Jamie Baker (JBStunts): Kawasaki Freestyle Stunt Rider

Jamie Baker (aka JBStunts) was told not to pursue his dream of freestyle stunt riding because there would be little to no reward. But he chased his dream anyway and after years of burning rubber at both ends, hustling on the night shift and stunting during the day, Jamie finally secured support from Kawasaki Motors Australia and the rest is history.

Jamie now tours the world doing what he loves and is living proof that determination and hard work pays off. Jamie’s story teaches us that there will be obstacles. There will be doubters. There will be mistakes. But with hard work, anything is possible. Hosted by Callum “The General” MacPherson, creator of Young Blood – Men’s Health Matters

John Kapiris: St Bernards Fruit and Veg

A must watch for small business owners struggling to cope with the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Coronavirus Pandemic has left thousands of small business owners and their families in tatters. Reduced income and cash flow, fixed overheads and bank loans that won’t go away have left small business owners with nowhere to go.
Local legend, small business advocate and proud SA Great Ambassador John Kapiris from St Bernards Fruit and Veg Market is no stranger to uncertainty. Through a series of bad investments trying to expand his business too quickly, the bills came flooding in, until all at once, Johnny was on the brink of collapse.
But he tightened his bootstraps, battened down the hatch and soldiered on, and through a remarkable display of human resilience, Johnny’s business would not only survive, it would thrive in the process.

Nick Boundy (M4Sonic): Australian Electronic Music Producer

To the average punter, the life of a renowned DJ/Launchpad Artist seems like a fantasy come true. Flying around the world, playing to thousands of adoring fans, being well-known and receiving eye-watering sums of money. But maybe it’s time we stop and re-evaluate these stereotypes.
Nick Boundy (aka M4SONIC) pulls back the curtain on his journey through the Electronic Dance Music Industry for all to see. He talks openly and honestly about his experiences and the pressures he faced constantly trying to create music, in an environment filled with disrupted sleeping patterns, physical distance from family and friends and the pressure and anxiety of performing in front of large crowds.
An incredibly insightful interview and one you will not want to miss.
If you are interested in learning more about Nick Boundy, jump on his Facebook page M4SONIC or his digital record label and artist development company Global League for electronic dance music artists.

Roger Rasheed: International Performance Coach

Roger Rasheed is an International Performance Coach and best known as grand slam coach of Australian former World No. 1 Lleyton Hewitt, World No. 3 Grigor Dimitrov, former World No. 5 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and former No. 6 Gael Monfils. 

But what is less known about Roger is that he was a gifted tennis player himself, forced out of the game by a crippling back and spinal injury. With his dream of becoming a professional tennis player in ruins, Roger was left with a choice: let it define you, let it destroy you, or let it strengthen you. Roger picked himself up and in a remarkable display of human resilience, turned to coaching where he would not only excel in his new role, but find international success in the process. 

Of all his extraordinary achievements, his proudest accomplishment by far is his daughter. Roger walked away from being a full-time coach, constantly on the road, to be with his daughter, because “anyone can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a dad”. 

Join Callum MacPherson and Roger Rasheed as they speak openly and honestly about overcoming self-doubt, the challenge of letting down your wall and finding strength in vulnerability. 

Nathan Bolton: Ex Special Operations Engineer: "The War Inside"

Nathan Bolton was a Special Operations Engineer, deploying twice to Afghanistan as part of the Australian Special Forces. He worked alongside some of the toughest and most elite soldiers in the world, supporting the Commandos and the SAS as they landed time and time again into hostile enemy territory. After his second tour, the stress and the pressure of the job was a heavy burden on Nathan and he was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Major Depression. An inner battle that almost took his life. But the soldier in Nathan kept fighting and through years of hard work and a firm belief in a better life, Nathan made a profound recovery. 

Nathan bares all…from the experiences he went through, the mistakes he made and the lessons he learnt along the way.

“I made some grave mistakes in my time, stemming from not only a severe lack of understanding around mental health…but also around a belief that I had to be more.”