A podcast about all things human performance.
Listen in as Andrew May explores the latest in human performance with an all-star cast of subject matter experts covering physical and psychological wellbeing, performance psychology, sport, business, entertainment, the performing arts, leadership, and science.

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Bite Size #126: Matt Comyn - Raising $17M, The Beginning Of Can4Cancer, and Celebrating a Decade of Impact

In this Bite Size from episode #94 Commonwealth Bank CEO Matt Comyn reflects on the start of the Can 4 Cancer charity event that he helped set up and what it means to ...

Bite Size #125 - Michael Bungay Stanier - How To Sell One Million Books

In this Bite Size from episode #66 Author and high performance coach Michael Bungay-Stanier tells us how he sold over 1,000,000 copies of his book “The Coaching Habit”...

#99 Confronting Grey Area Drinking, the Rise of "Wine Mum" Culture, Performance Benefits of Cutting Back Alcohol - Sarah Rusbatch

As the school term comes to an end, we're getting ready to unwind and take a break, syncing with our company's rhythm. We understand and encourage our audience to find...

Bite Size #124: Dr Ben Hamer – Futurist's Prediction of what Work Looks Like in 10 to 15 Years

In this bite size from episode #62, Dr Ben Hamer talks all things work and where he sees our jobs going in the next 10-15 years. Dr Ben quashes the popular notion that...

#98 The Science of Circadian Rhythm (Part 2) and Minimising the Effects of Jet Lag and Travel Fatigue - Dr Tom Buckley & Jon Clarke

Understanding circadian rhythm, which is controlled by a pea-shaped organ inside the brain called the suprachiasmatic nucleus, helps navigate travel for work and play....

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