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The Han Jan Ran Show: The Audacious Podcast

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The Han Jan Ran Show is a celebration of audacity and breaking down boundaries for the greater good.Hannah speaks with people about their process of defying expectation and making big waves for positive change within themselves or societally. This covers a spectrum of topics all of which are shared from the heart. Plug in and become a part of the conversation too.

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The Han Jan Ran Show is a celebration of audacity and breaking down boundaries for the greater good.Hannah speaks with people about their process of defying expectation and making big waves for positive change within themselves or societally. This covers a spectrum of topics all of which are shared from the heart. Plug in and become a part of the conversation too.

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Latest release on Jan 21, 2021

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Rank #1: 031: Su Tuttle’s ethical approach to wellness

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Season Two, Episode Eleven: Su Tuttle @su_tuttle
There are so many “health trends” it can feel overwhelming and even confusing about which route to go down or invest in. ‘Cos lots of ‘em aren’t cheap either. It is an actual minefield trying to figure out who to trust and which expert to follow.
Su takes a really gentle and fundamentally kind strategy with her wellness businesses. She balances both her ethical worldview with her business acumen, which I consider to be sensationally audacious. The norm is to forget about morality to ‘get ahead’. But not Su. As the founder of a wellness studio, she encourages people to slow down and take time out to care for themselves. The studios are equipped with state-of-the-art full-spectrum infrared saunas and offer holistic health practices. Foile is her second baby and a concept store that’s home to refillable skincare and beauty products.
When there is a sense of overwhelm or disappointment with all the regulations and health threats happening the world over, I invite you to take an hour for yourself. Go for a walk, unwind and listen to the calming tale of Su’s audacious experiences and her guide to non-woowoo alternative health practices.
Check out Su’s beautiful businesses:
https://www.nimbusco.com.au https://foile.com.au

Jan 21 2021

52mins

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Rank #2: 030: Grief and how we have survived it so far

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Season Two, Episode Ten: Myself and dear friend, Holly, discuss our experiences with grief

TRIGGER WARNING: Suicide, death and grief are all discussed in this episode. Please proceed with caution.

There are so many unique experiences to any one individual grief journey. However there are also so many similarities. The purpose of this conversation is to offer you connection through your experience with grief by sharing our own.

We reference another podcast called Griefcast with Cariad Lloyd which is entirely focused on the grief experiences of others. If you found this episode helpful we can recommend this show and also Daddy Issues Podcast with Angharad George-Carey.

If you or anyone you know is struggling with grief, depression or suicidal ideations please reach out to someone, a friend or an anonymous helpline. The Samaritans can be reached by phone on 116123 or by email jo@samaritans.org - There are more ways to contact them which you can see here: https://www.samaritans.org/how-we-can-help/contact-samaritan/

As always you are very welcome to contact me via hannah@hanjanran.com or @hanjanran on insta and twitter

Jan 14 2021

1hr 7mins

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Rank #3: 029: Turning Thirty and Building Success Scaffolding

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Season Two, Episode Nine: Hannah Rankine @hanjanran discusses turning thirty and shares how to build success scaffolding

Being the first full episode of the year I decided to do a little solo ep and talk about my experience turning thirty, what it meant for me and why it was such a significant birthday. I also shared some tools on how to make a plan that will help us to achieve even our biggest goals. I apologise greatly for being the worlds biggest dork and making some major dad jokes but if you can push through the cringe then you may want to grab a notebook or your phone to take some notes.

I share 7 key learnings from my life so far.

I talk through 7 totally doable steps to make your goal a reality this year.

At the end I offer one final life hack. 

If you can't take notes while walking (then bloody fair enough, mate!) and want me to send you a step-by-step guide from this episode then email me hannah@hanjanran.com or message me on instagram @hanjanran

If you're a regular podcast listener in general, you know the drill. Would you be so kind as to do these three (free) things for me? Subscribe to the podcast, rate & review! (It helps more people find it.) Come find me on instagram @thehanjanranshow to join the audacious community and get the inside scoop! Share the episode on your socials and send the show to a friend (helps with both aforementioned points!)

Instagram: @thehanjanranshow & @hanjanran

Facebook: thehanjanranshow

Twitter: @hanjanran 

#thehanjanranshow

Jan 07 2021

55mins

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Rank #4: 028 CONTINUED: Alice Aedy's Six Questions

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A little bonus ep to kick us off in 2021! Often the recordings are far too long for one episode and I somehow manage to strategically cut them down to a digestible size but this one I could not! So I decided to split it into two and give you a sweet but much shorter bonus episode where Alice answers my six questions that I end every episode with.

Make sure you listen to the full conversation which is episode number 028 and is the one before this one!

If you have a spare thirty seconds please do rate, review and subscribe. Helps me enormously and also allows you to never miss an episode... score!

Jan 04 2021

15mins

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Rank #5: 028: Alice Aedy, Climate Activist and Documentary Photographer

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Season Two, Episode Eight: Alice Aedy @aliceaedy

This year has been many things but it has also given us time to consider the reprioritisation us Westeners need to have. We've seen the climate crisis up close with fires in Australia. We've seen how a slower pace has allowed Mother Nature to heal. And we've all been shown the intersectionality of environmentalism with human rights. This episode means so much to me as I imperfectly strive to show up as a more kind version of myself, and I know I'm not the only one tryin'! So with that being said I am genuinely honoured to have Alice Aedy on the show today.

I am a huge admirer of Alice's work as an activist and her creative work as a film maker and photographer. I am inspired by how Alice turns her emotional engagement into action. That being said Alice is so down to earth about the struggle to living a fully sustainable life, the temptations of holidays and cute clothes. She is not here to shame or blame but holds her hands up and says let's imperfectly move forward together.

References:

Alice references an image of young refugee Aylan Kurdi: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/sep/02/shocking-image-of-drowned-syrian-boy-shows-tragic-plight-of-refugees

Watch Alice's recent short film Somalinimo: https://www.theguardian.com/education/ng-interactive/2020/sep/02/somalinimo-somali-culture-blackness-and-islam-at-cambridge-university

If you're a regular podcast listener in general, you know the drill. Would you be so kind as to do these three (free) things for me?

  1. Subscribe to the podcast, rate & review! (It helps more people find it.)
  2. Come find me on instagram @thehanjanranshow to join the audacious community and get the inside scoop!
  3. Share the episode on your socials and send the show to a friend (helps with both aforementioned points!)

Instagram: @thehanjanranshow & @hanjanran & @aliceaedy & @earthrise.studio

Facebook: thehanjanranshow

Twitter: @hanjanran 

Website: https://www.earthrise.studio

#thehanjanranshow

Dec 31 2020

1hr 11mins

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Rank #6: 027: Liz Beardsell, creator of Diary, She Wrote podcast

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Season Two, Episode Seven: Liz Beardsell @diaryshewrote
Merry Christmas Eve!!! Can you believe we made it? Me neither. It has been a TOUGH year. I've relied on my daily walks and plugging into my favourite podcasts for a reprieve during lockdown. Todays guest is the creator, writer and host of a podcast that I ploughed through, binging a full two seasons in no time at all. Liz Beardsell boldly reads her real life diary entries throughout different time frames creating storylines shared on each episode. Grazia described it as “The millennial Bridget Jones. The new voice of a generation.” I'm using their quote because it is BANG ON. Listen to todays episode to hear about how Liz found herself reading her most intimate diary entries to tens of thousands of strangers. Literally. Once you've listened then go and binge Liz's show just like I did wherever you get your podcasts. But start from the beginning. Because Liz said so.
If you're a regular podcast listener in general, you know the drill. Would you be so kind as to do these three (free) things for me?
Subscribe to the podcast, rate & review! (It helps more people find it.)
Come find me on instagram @thehanjanranshow to join the audacious community and get the inside scoop!
Share the episode on your socials and send the show to a friend (helps with both aforementioned points!)
Instagram: @thehanjanranshow & @hanjanran & @diaryshewrote
Facebook: thehanjanranshow
Twitter: @hanjanran 
https://www.diaryshewrote.com
#thehanjanranshow

Dec 24 2020

58mins

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Rank #7: 026: Aimee Aroha, decolonising birth mentor and mother

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Season Two, Episode Six: Aimee Aroha @Ripsnorter

Aimee is an intuitive transpersonal mentor and birth mentor who calls on her indigenous heritage and her ancestors to guide her and educate her as she integrates family life and work. Aimee never fails to speak extremely eloquently about her experience of reconnecting with her Māori heritage and culture and discusses rituals I hadn’t even considered that need to be decolonised. I’ve been a long time admirer of her poetic explanations of the connection with land, her empowered outlook on the female experience and her audacious life out in the elements so it was a true joy to get to ask her some of these questions. I'm incredibly grateful for Aimee's time to speak on these personal topics.

Visit Aimee's instagram and website to learn more about the services she offers: https://www.thestonedchrysalis.com

If you're a regular podcast listener in general, you know the drill. Would you be so kind as to do these three (free) things for me?

Subscribe to the podcast, rate & review! (It helps more people find it.)

Come find me on instagram @thehanjanranshow to join the audacious community and get the inside scoop!

Share the episode on your socials and send the show to a friend (helps with both aforementioned points!)

Instagram: @thehanjanranshow & @hanjanran & @Ripsnorter

Facebook: thehanjanranshow

Twitter: @hanjanran 

#thehanjanranshow


Update on the comment made about the Stolen Generation here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-06-11/samantha-armytage-prue-macsween-indigenous-adoption-sunrise/12346212

Dec 17 2020

1hr 9mins

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Rank #8: 025: Clare Seal founder of My Frugal Year and author

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Season Two, Episode Five: Clare Seal @myfrugalyear

Clare explained what led her to share her reality of debt and financial insecurity online. Through her honesty and relatable journey she accumulated a following which soon turned into a community. Together with her followers Clare has reset her relationship with money and spending. Beyond her own direct experience Clare was able to provide insight into the systemic and deep rooted issues that fuel the damaging relationship people have with money. We did discuss solution based tactics too and Clare shared a delightful audacious experience that is both surprising and heart warming!

Clare's new book 'The Real Life Money Journal' is a practical guide to help you understand your relationship with money and take control of your finances and it is out on 17th December 2020.

Clare's newly launched platform: www.thefwforum.com

If you're a regular podcast listener in general, you know the drill. Would you be so kind as to do these three (free) things for me?

  1. Subscribe to the podcast, rate & review! (It helps more people find it.)
  2. Come find me on instagram @thehanjanranshow to join the audacious community and get the inside scoop!
  3. Share the episode on your socials and send the show to a friend (helps with both aforementioned points!)

Instagram: @thehanjanranshow & @hanjanran & @myfrugalyear & @thefwforum

Facebook: thehanjanranshow

Twitter: @hanjanran 

Website: The Financial Wellbeing Forum

#thehanjanranshow

Dec 10 2020

57mins

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Rank #9: 024: Rose Romain, mental health and recovery coach, and Louisahhh Pillot, DJ and musician, are hosts of 'Sober Sex' podcast

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Season Two, Episode Four: Rose Romain @roseromain and Louisa Pillot @louisahhh hosts of @fuckyeahsobersex

Rose and Louisa have so much infectious joy pouring out of them. I hadn’t ever spoken to them before this interview but I immediately felt like I’d known them both for years. My favourite thing about this episode is how the conversation navigates some very deep, serious and even dark topics and yet is full to bursting with laughter the whole way through. We talk about addiction a fair bit, as all three of us have our own experiences with it, through the lens that being sober has fuelled all of our most audacious decisions. The most audacious thing I’ve ever known is Love. The three of us discussed the power of Love in our lives be it loving ourselves (fucking radical), loving others (scary) and receiving love (a life's work).

We each ended up sharing about some impactful music and it is here for your reference:

Special recovery songs

You were right by RÜFÜS DU SOL (Hannah’s choice)
(Far From) Home by Tiga (Louisa’s)
Crazy by Gnarls Barkley (Louisa’s)
Get Innocuous by LCD soundsystem (Louisa’s)
The weeknd album House of Balloons (Rose’s)
Atlanta Rap - the whole genre (Rose’s) [lol]

If you're a regular podcast listener in general, you know the drill. Would you be so kind as to do these three (free) things for me?

  1. Subscribe to the podcast, rate & review! (It helps more people find it.)
  2. Come find me on instagram @thehanjanranshow to join the audacious community and get the inside scoop!
  3. Share the episode on your socials and send the show to a friend (helps with both aforementioned points!)

Instagram: @thehanjanranshow & @hanjanran & @roseromain & @louisahhh & @fuckyeahsobersex

Facebook: thehanjanranshow

Twitter: @hanjanran

#thehanjanranshow

Dec 03 2020

1hr

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Rank #10: 023: Lauren-Nicole Coppin Campbell plus size model & fashion journalist

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Season Two, Episode Three: Lauren-Nicole Coppin Campbell @laurennicolefk
Lauren-Nicole is killing the game by seizing every opportunity that comes her way with both hands. Her vivacious and generous aura is contagious. You’ll feel it too. A plus size model and journalism graduate, Lauren-Nicole is a content creator of the highest calibre. Being a very aesthetically orientated world there are obvious challenges that arise. Lauren-Nicole and I discussed how much weight we should put on our appearances and the tools she’s collected along the way to maintain her mental health when those self-sabotaging voices creep in. She prefers the term ‘body neutral’ than body positive and often encounters her own difficulties in owning the confidence that her content exudes. Big up to Lauren-Nicole for being so vulnerable and honest about her mental health journey. We appreciate you!
If you're a regular podcast listener in general, you know the drill. Would you be so kind as to do these three (free) things for me?

Subscribe to the podcast, rate & review! (It helps more people find it.)

Come find me on instagram @thehanjanranshow to join the audacious community and get the inside scoop!

Share the episode on your socials and send the show to a friend (helps with both aforementioned points!)
Instagram: @thehanjanranshow & @hanjanran & @laurennicolefk & @fashionkiller.uk
Facebook: thehanjanranshow
Twitter: @hanjanran 
Website: https://www.fashionkiller.co.uk
#thehanjanranshow

Nov 26 2020

55mins

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