Rank #1: Episode 11 – Collis Ta’eed
Collis Ta’eed is the cofounder of Envato, the successful Melbourne based tech company behind sites including ThemeForest, AudioJungle, VideoHive, Envato Studio and Tuts+. In this episode of Josh Speaking, Collis talks about growing up in Papua New Guinea, the Bahá’í Faith, starting a business and much more!
Jan 21 2015
Rank #2: Episode 10 – Zoë Foster Blake
Zoë Foster Blake is the author behind popular Australian books Air Kisses, Textbook Romance (which she co-wrote with Hamish Blake), Playing The Field, Amazing Face, The Younger Man and The Wrong Girl. Zoë regularly writes columns for both Sunday Style and Cosmopolitan.
Zoë recently launched Go-To skin care, a cosmetics brand that harnesses her years of experience as a beauty editor.
On this episode of Josh Speaking, Zoe talks moisturiser myths, motherhood, making her first YouTube clip and more!
Aug 01 2014
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You've Gotta Start Somewhere
Fighting For Fair
I Don't Know How She Does It
Meshel Laurie's Nitty Gritty Committee
Better Than Yesterday, with Osher Günsberg
Mum Says My Memoir Is A Lie
Mamamia Out Loud
WILOSOPHY with Wil Anderson
Crappy to Happy
The Melissa Ambrosini Show
Rank #3: Episode 9 – Matt Mullenweg
Matt Mullenweg is the co-founded of WordPress and currently the CEO of his company Automattic.
In this episode of Josh Speaking, recorded in Auckland, New Zealand, Matt chats about giving up his smart phone for a month, living anywhere in the World, making money within the GPL license, being an employee, the Internet of things, habits on the road, responding to 5 year old emails and more!
Jun 19 2014
Rank #4: Episode 8 – Austin Kleon
Austin Kleon is a writer who draws. He is the guy behind the New York Times best-selling book, Steal Like An Artist; a manifesto for creativity in the digital age.
He has given talks at Pixar, Google, SXSW, TEDx, and The Economist.
New York Magazine called his work “brilliant,” The Atlantic called him “positively one of the most interesting people on the Internet,” and The New Yorker said his poems “resurrect the newspaper when everybody else is declaring it dead.”
In this episode of Josh Speaking, we talk daily habits, side projects, sharing, self help books and more!
Feb 17 2014
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Rank #5: Episode 7 – Hamish Blake
Hamish Blake is best known for his work as one half of the comedy duo Hamish & Andy. In this episode of Josh Speaking, Hamish talks email hacking, buying habits, peanut butter, drive throughs, hats, memory and much more!
Feb 10 2014
Rank #6: Episode 6 – Simon Taylor
Simon Taylor is a Melbourne based writer and comedian whose jokes are heard by millions of people every week on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
In this episode of Josh Speaking, Simon talks about how he went from being a psychology student, to a magician, to a comedian in just a few short years, while writing for some of the biggest names in the business.
Oct 01 2013
Rank #7: Episode 5 – Ryan Shelton
Ryan Shelton has worked on some of Australia’s largest T.V productions, as both a writer and performer. From his work on Rove Live, to his hilarious contribution on Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year, Ryan has built a career on having fun and working just as hard.
In this episode of Josh Speaking, Ryan talks about how it all started with a friendship and a passion to entertain, with some fantastic stories along the way.
Ryan is currently working on Hamish & Andy’s Asian Gap Year, which will be airing in the coming months.
May 30 2013
Rank #8: Episode 4 – Fifi Box
How did Fifi Box go from flipping burgers to having one of Australia’s top FM national radio shows? In this one hour interview, Fifi opens up about her journey as a broadcaster, which has seen her travel around the world doing what she loves.
From her time as a weather reporter on Channel 7’s Sunrise, to her extensive career with the Austereo Network and her recent pregnancy; Fifi talks about the high and lows of her colourful career.
Listen to Fifi Box on the Today Network, Tuesday to Friday, 4pm – 6pm around Australia.
Jan 22 2013
Rank #9: Episode 3 – Jules Lund
For someone in their early 30s, Jules Lund sure has achieved a lot. From traveling around the world as a travel reporter for Channel 9’s Getaway, to hosting a national drive time radio show (Fifi and Jules), Jules has spent the majority of his life honing his craft as a presenter. In this candid interview, Jules opens up about life on the road, the anxiety of being a perfectionist and the relationships that have changed his life.
Sep 19 2012
Rank #10: Episode 2 – Joe Cross
At 40 years of age, Australian businessman Joe Cross realised that he was Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead after spending over twenty years of his life focussing on wealth, rather than his health. With a debilitating auto immune disease and being 45 kilograms overweight, Joe decided to do something about it. In 2007, Joe began his journey spending 60 days in the United States, with the aim to improve his health, lose weight and get off medication.
Joe’s film, Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead has been seen by millions of people from around the world.
Apr 24 2012