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Exploring Ethical Non-Monogamy for a Better Relationship with Shane
Relationships come in all different shapes and sizes and there is no one-size fits all approach. Polyamorous people have multiple loving, intentional, and intimate relationships at the same time and these and other less traditional relationship styles are on the rise. Non-Monogamous relationships could mean having more than one partner, or having one partner but having sex with others with full trust. In today's episode we explore some of the ways to have a thriving and Fuelled Up ethical and non-monogamous relationship.
Shane is a Certified Life and Relationship Coach with a specialization in ADHD and Ethical Non-Monogamy. He has hosted and been a guest on various podcasts, speaking on diverse subjects, such as ADHD, education reform, parenting, and ethical non-monogamy. As the founder of Creating Order From Chaos, he helps others discover their personal truths. He uses his many years in various Leadership roles to help people dealing with chaotic lives create order.
Delighting in your relationship by making Love an Action with Laura Silverstein
Creating and keeping a relationship thriving is not something you fall into, it’s the kind of thing you build, moment by moment, experience by experience, year by year. Yet this isn’t what we are taught. Love stories, tv shows and maybe even our friends and family talk about love as if it’s something we find and that finding it is the hard part. But that isn’t true, by reimagining love as something we not only experience but something we actively “do”, we can take even more delight in our relationships by deepening connections and levelling up our communication and empathy skills. And did you know that you can have this kind of impact on your relationship even if it’s just you doing-the-doing.
Amazon best-selling author, and certified couples therapist, Laura Silverstein, LCSW, has thirty years in the field helping couples find more happiness. She is a research clinician, speaker, trainer, and writer, and is best known for her positive, action-oriented style. Silverstein’s new book, Love Is an Action Verb is a relatable, surprisingly humorous relationship self-help book to read alone or with your partner. Get your copy on Amazon and Audible.
Nurturing your friendship skills for a Better Relationship with Simon and Helene Brolund
Some of the greatest relationships we get to experience in life are our friendships. Having a network of family, friends and peers to celebrate and commiserate with is so important but it requires having great friendship skills. There are lots of little things you can do every day to help nurture your friendship skills to create an even better relationship.
In this week’s episode, we are joined by Simon and Helene Brolund. They’ve been happily married for 12 years, run a business together, and also serve in their local church. Together, they have been coaching and mentoring people as certified coaches and trained teachers for 2 decades, whilst continuously learning through the many people they get to interact with.
Holding ourselves and each other accountable for a Better Relationship with Darren Finkelstein
Awesome and thriving relationships aren't just about the romantic squishy parts, there are also parts that are made up of teamwork and collaboration. Being a couple and also a high functioning tiny team of two will require you to hold yourself and sometimes each other to a standard of accountability….. To follow through and do what you said you would do. But that isn’t always something that is easy to do yet without it, you will always struggle to have relationship ease or achieve your goals.
Darren Finkelstein is the Accountability Guy - he is an International Accountability Coach, Business Advisor, Mentor, Author/Speaker and Coach. He works with entrepreneurial business owners and their teams to ensure full accountability. Ultimately that means they Get Sh!T Done, and deliver on their promises and commitments so they can smash their goals like piñatas.
Moulding your relationship to thrive after adding in kids with Aliza Said
Having kids can drastically change a marriage. Unfortunately, it isn’t always for the better. With the circus of chaos that comes with being new parents, it’s easy to become disconnected from your partner. And the change in routine coupled with the weight of the responsibility of raising and nurturing a little human can be beyond daunting for most. Luckily, there are ways to address these issues by ensuring your relationship remains thriving through the muddle. Because the best way for kids to grow and become their authentic selves is through the connection, love, peace, and compassion that they witness between the grown-ups around them — us.
Grateful wife and wonder mama, Aliza Said has a profound understanding of the challenges that plague many couples after having children. As the host of the Mama Marriage Bliss podcast, Aliza knows how much influence parents’ actions have over how children are shaped. Her mission is to provide those who are raising the next generation with the right insights and tools to raise them in the most ideal way possible… And one way we can guarantee that is by keeping our relationships flourishing.
Becoming less of a dick for a Better Relationship with David Coates & Corey Kilpack
Have you ever been called a Dick, Douchebag, Asshole or Pussy? Those names can sting but they each have their own archetype and behaviours that align with those names. As a human it’s likely you’ve displayed some of those types of behaviours in the past. In this episode we dive into “Be Less Dickish” written by David & Corey about how to understand these archetypes and some insight on why and how men (and everyone!) behave like this and how to evolve.
David Coates & Corey Kilpack are co-authors of Be Less Dickish: the definitive self-help book about men. David is a psychotherapist who has been practicing for nearly twenty years. Corey is David’s former client. Together we created a powerful and original book that stampedes the self-help genre.
Overcoming jealousy and insecurity for a Better Relationship with Shanenn Bryant
Jealousy can be annoying to others, but for the person experiencing it, it’s an internal world of suffering, created by themselves. In a romantic relationship, jealousy can be all consuming and smothering, leaving very little room for an abundance of joy and fulfilment. Identifying that this pattern of behaviour is driven by the fear of losing someone or getting hurt, can be the first step to freeing yourself from the all-consuming feeling of jealousy. A relationship needs security, trust and love to truly thrive.
What is Fuel Collective with Sammi & Nathan Jaeger
"A relationship ends when it runs out of fuel and the willingness to re-fuel is gone." - Sammi Jaeger
We know that relationships need fuel to stay thriving, in this episode Founders of Fuel Collective and Hosts of The Date Forever Podcast Sammi & Nathan Jaeger share the story of how this whole business and show came about. Why they care about relationships and how they can empower you to have an even better one.
Developing yourself and your relationship so that it lasts forever with Siobhan & Declan Edwards
We all grow and develop at different paces and rates, some of us are slow, steady and consistent, others grow in sharp bursts and spikes. And some of us resist growth and change all together. In nature, it’s said that if the plant isn’t growing, it’s dying. But each plant also has their own unique rhythm for growth. We know the same to be true for relationships, they need to continually develop to last forever. But how do we navigate the stages of a relationship when one person is growing and blooming and the other is hibernating for winter?
Siobhan & Declan have been together for over a decade, Declan is a happiness researcher, author, keynote speaker and the founder of BU Happiness College. Siobhan (aka Shev) is a dog loving, cake-baking, care-giving lover of life. Having been described as an "Italian nonna" at heart due to her pride in taking care of those around her, Shev's highest priority in life is putting smiles on other people's faces. Together they’ve created a beautiful, loving and caring relationship that is intentional and designed. They’ve worked both on themselves and their relationship and in this episode they share their story and some of the lessons learned along the way.
10 Big Relationship Lessons from 100 episodes of Date Forever with Sammi & Nathan Jaeger
To celebrate the 100th episode of Date Forever hosts Sammi & Nathan Jaeger have rounded up the biggest 10 lessons shared on the show.
Sammi & Nathan Jaeger are Hosts of The Date Forever Podcast and Founders of Fuel Collective. Together they’ve been dating since 2007 and married since 2012. They sparked an interest in what makes some relationships die while others thrive when a wave of mates went through break-ups and divorces in their late twenties and early thirties. They realised that relationship lessons are never taught at school and if you aren’t interested in recreating the model of what your parents had, where do you go to learn? They’ve been exploring relationship skills ever since and in today's episode they recap 10 big ones that they've learned while hosting the show.
Navigating addictions within a relationship with Rob Lohman
Addictions come in a lot of different shapes and sizes but they all have one thing in common. They block your emotional intimacy with yourself and others. Many of us will either have or encounter a loved one who has a problem or dependency that becomes an addiction. Alcohol, drugs, gambling, food, shopping, exercise…. Navigating and healing an addiction within a relationship is possible but it starts with our relationship with ourselves.
Rob Lohman has been sober since 2001 and helps people suffering from substance abuse to find freedom from addiction and incarceration. Rob uses his story and experience to support others along with professional Interventions, Recovery Coaching & Advocacy. He is a published Author and host of two podcasts, Beyond The Bars Radio Podcast and Addiction, Freedom & Faith.
Creating and keeping intimacy in your relationship forever with Pauline Ryeland
Intimacy and delicious sex isn’t a given in all romantic relationships but it is something you can create and then keep forever. When two people decide to get deeply intimate together there can be a tonne of individual or shared sexual issues between you things like past trauma, body image issues, physical dysfunctions….. Without healing these, loss of libido can be the outcome. Couples who decide to create and care for their sex life can go on to have delicious sex forever.
Pauline Ryeland, Intimacy Whisperer ® is an Intimacy, Sex, Libido & Relationship Coach & Educator. She works with mind, body & spirit utilising her skills in NLP, working on the deep subconscious to bring about changes on the conscious level. Pauline works with individuals and couples around intimacy, sex, relationships and everything in between.
Improving your personal resilience for a Better Relationship with Jack Annear
In our life and relationships it’s inevitable there will be things that we just didn’t expect, asteroids. Things that come from nowhere. They might come in the shape of health, wealth, finance, responsibilities or just wild curve-balls, one of those kinds of things that happens to “other people” is likely to happen to you, or someone you love. Improving the muscle of resilience and the ability to overcome unexpected obstacles is a skill you’ll need so that you can continue to succeed despite difficulties.
In 2007 Jack Annear woke up in a hospital bed hurting from head to toe, only to discover he had lost three of his best mates in a terrible car accident. Throughout this gut wrenching trauma, Jack developed coping mechanisms that are the key traits of resilience. Jack now teaches the skill of resilience to others to help them navigate tough times in their own lives and relationships.
Perfecting your personal style and development for a Better Relationship with Kell Quarrell
The way we present ourselves on the outside can totally impact how we feel on the inside and vice versa. Yet over the past few global pandemic filled years our grooming standards seem to have collectively slipped a little…. A few more stretchy pants on high rotation and longer gaps between trips to the hairdresser. Feeling attractive in yourself and being attracted to your person is an important ingredient in keeping a relationship thriving but it’s not always easy and fun.
Kell Quarrell is a Personal Stylist with a difference, Kell understands that transforming women’s confidence is both an inside and outside job. She has combined personal style with personal development to create a winning formula to teach women how to reclaim their Confidence Through Style.
Realising the true meaning of in sickness and in health with Breonna & Quinton Baker
It’s common for wedding vows to incorporate the phrase “in sickness and in health”. It highlights that in any long term relationship there will inevitably be days where things are great and others with challenges, not just relating to health. But how can we prepare ourselves and our relationship to be in the best possible place to do more than survive on those more challenging days. With intention and commitment, it’s totally possible to thrive through those challenges.
Breonna & Quinton are a wife and husband team who are passionate about each other and the relationships of others. In this episode they share some of the lessons they’ve learned from their own relationship and from guests on their own show. Together they’ve authored the book Confront the Conflict and Settle the Matter after they had their own lightbulb moment.
Investigating your own past and patterns for a Better Relationship with Victoria Edmond
When we meet someone and a relationship forms, both people are entering with their own life experiences and existing patterns of behaviours. Sometimes our childhoods and upbringing are similar, or they could be in total contrast. These experiences shape the way we see the world, how we behave in situations and our go-to emotions. Without investigation, these patterns can be destructive and happen by default and not design. By more closely investigating, we can become even better people with an even better relationship.
Victoria Edmond has been with her partner for more than 21 years after their relationship was accelerated by falling pregnant just a few weeks into dating. Victoria believes in heart centred relationships and she has multiple businesses in the education space. She generously shares her story and some of her own personal investigations and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Collaborating not competing or compromising for a Better Relationship with Dr Abby Medcalf
In a relationship it’s inevitable there will be times where we both don’t want the exact same thing at the same time. When that happens, we have choices we can make. Do we want to create a win-lose situation where one person gets their way, a lose-lose situation where both people don’t completely get what they want or a third option to collaborate and create a win-win outcome for everyone. The best relationships are great at collaborating.
Abby Medcalf is a Relationship Maven, psychologist, author, podcast host and TEDx speaker who has helped thousands of people think differently so they can create connection, ease and joy in their relationships. She’s the author of the #1 Amazon best-selling book, “Be Happily Married, Even if Your Partner Won’t Do a Thing,” and the host of the top-rated “Relationships Made Easy” Podcast.
Prioritising your health and wellbeing for a Better Relationship with Chris & Filipa Bellette
Our relationship with ourselves sets the tone for every other relationship we have. Yet sometimes our relationship with ourselves and our health can be struggling. Health issues with our mind and body are bound to come up across our lives but how do we stop them from keeping us or our relationship down for too long?
Chris & Filipa Bellette are Co-Founders of Australia-wide virtual health practice, Chris & Filly Functional Medicine. They love working with parents & biz owners with energy, mood & gut issues, and helping their clients become super healthy, highly productive, and beautifully connected. Together they have worked with 2,000+ burned-out clients over the past combined 20+ years, with their own passion coming from their own personal experience of burnout after having kids & juggling building a business.
Organising your life and home for a Better Relationship with Lisa Hodgson
When two people come together into a relationship and eventually a home together, there is a whole lotta stuff that gets mixed together - physical things but also responsibilities. There are so many moving parts to keeping a relationship and household humming, it sounds simple but that doesn’t always mean it’s easy. Especially when there is a mix of expectations and gender roles at play.
Lisa Hodgson is a former Finance Director turned Professional Organiser. After years of seeing professional women with families struggling to balance work & home life, she started a business helping busy families to create healthier homes through organisation, decluttering and addressing default gender roles.
Understanding your Sexual Function for a Better Relationship with Jacqui Olliver
Sex can be the thing that takes a really good friendship into a romantic relationship and without this element, a relationship can struggle to maintain the connection each person desires. Your sex ed at school was likely little to nothing and it’s common for adults to have dysfunctions around their own experience of sex which can make it hard to talk about let alone over come.
Jacqui Olliver is the founder of the Psychosexual Alignment method, creator of the Inner Vaginal Flush Technique and a published author who renews relationships by solving mental, emotional and sexual issues for men, women and couples.
Redefining our roles and responsibilities for a Better Relationship with Paige Campbell & Tom Harkin
In any relationship we have responsibilities and a role to play, sometimes one person takes on more than the other without even realising. The responsibilities we take on can be subconscious and influenced by our parents, partners, peers and society, yet we have the freedom to define and redefine these within our relationships when and however we choose. We have the luxury of not having to maintain the gendered or stereotypical roles that have played out in the generations before us. We can live a life and relationship by design and not by default.
Paige & Tom Harkin are a wife and husband team who have built three successful businesses together that support men, women, and leaders to question their current reality and ask themselves who they really want to be for tomorrow? Together they discuss the challenges they’ve overcome in their own relationship as well as those facing society.
Using your body language to communicate for a Better Relationship with Katia Loisel
It’s been said that more than 70% of how we communicate is non-verbal. Everything from how we breathe, where we look with our eyes and how we hold our bodies communicates what we are experiencing, thinking or feeling. When we learn to become aware of ourselves and what we are subconsciously communicating, we can connect on an even deeper level with both ourselves and our person.
Katia Loisel is a relationship and body language expert, host of French Kiss: Mastering the Kiss, The Body Language of Love and Dating and Founder and CEO of Love Destination, a global streaming channel dedicated to everything love, dating and relationships. Stream expert masterclasses, films and documentaries that help you to create fulfilling relationships with yourself and others.
Contributing to the world through a thriving relationship with Aaron Blue
Our world has some big problems that need solving and If you are anything like today's guest, you are familiar with the feeling of wanting to make a positive impact for others. The trouble is our instinct to help can sometimes do more harm than good and without humility or open-ness to new ideas, we can get stuck in our way of doing things.
Aaron Blue Has been married to his wife for 20 years, they have 6 children: 2 born in Canada, 2 born in California, 2 born in Thailand. Aaron is Founder and director of The Charis Project and its Thailand sister org Shade Tree Foundation. We chat with Aaron about his realisation that he had been creating harm not helping the people in need around him.
Uncovering and Healing your wounds for a Better Relationship with Jessica Velazquez
Throughout our lives we all have different experiences, some are nourishing, others depleting but they all have the opportunity to teach us something about ourselves. Some experiences can leave us wounded and sensitive to experiences that remind us of past hurts or fears. When we commit to being in a healthy relationship with ourselves and others, we also need to commit to uncovering and healing those wounds. They are ours to explore so that we don’t continue to pass them on to our partners or the next generation.
Jessica Velazquez is a no bullshit alchemist who's been empowering people for 24 years to come back to their true self. As a spiritual mentor and trauma coach, her passion and calling is to support those struggling with their self worth because of childhood trauma. Her commitment to her own healing and growth was non-negotiable once she faced the greatest and scariest honour of all; becoming a momma and leaving a different legacy for her daughter.
Exploring non-monogamy for a Better Relationship
with Bradford & Angela
In our mainstream society the images and stories we hear about relationships are mostly the hetrosexual and monogamous kind. Boy meets girl, they fall in love and then live happily ever after. But that isn’t the only way, there is an entire spectrum of types of romantic relationships that we don’t often see in the media.
In today's episode we chat with Bradford & Angela who are in a long term open relationship, they see other people while also having additional shared partners. They are hosts of the By the Bi Podcast, where they share about bisexuality, the swinger community, open relationships, BDSM, and everything else your vanilla friends refuse to talk about.
Identifying and Managing the Horseman in Your Relationship for Better Communication with Marisa Cohen
It’s not what we are arguing about that matters, it’s how we are arguing. An argument can be productive and constructive or destructive. There are 4 behaviours that can be damaging in conflict - Criticism, Contempt, Defensiveness , Stonewalling and being able to identify these four Horsemen within your conflict is the first step to stopping them and replacing them with healthier and more productive communication.
Dr Marisa T. Cohen is the In-House Relationship Expert for Paired, an app designed to enhance communication between partners and help them learn more about their relationship. She is also a relationship researcher, psychology professor, and the author of From First Kiss to Forever: A Scientific Approach to Love, a book that relates relationship science research to everyday experiences and real relationship issues confronted by couples.
Growing together, even after “I do” with Pete Hordern
Throughout our lives it’s inevitable that we will grow, evolve and change. Some people more so than others. But what happens when you grow away from something that was a core part of who you were? A part that formed a huge element of your self identity? And how do you evolve in a way that is helpful to your relationship and not harmful. Pete shares his story of evolution that led him away from the church and towards his career as a celebrant.
Pete Hordern is a young Melbourne marriage celebrant and MC who creates relaxed and easygoing wedding ceremonies and funerals. He is the dad to 3 & loving husband to 1. He has been part of hundreds of weddings as a celebrant for over five years.
Committing to each other and continual growth for a Better Relationship with Andrew Ramsden and Daisy Nguyen
It’s been said that when you stop growing you start dying. Yet growth doesn’t always happen by accident and when there are two people in a relationship growing at different speeds it can be challenging to navigate. Especially if one is growing and the other is dying.
Today we chat with Daisy Nguyen & Andrew Ramsden, they are both wildly passionate about supporting others to create joyful, thriving and evolving relationships and lives. They share openly about their love story, their commitment to growth, consciously designing their relationship and how they do conflict constructively.
Relaxing together for deeper intimacy and a Better Relationship with Ingrid Galloway
Humans have 5 different senses - sight, sound, taste, smell and touch, and we also have 5 different love languages. Did you know that you can use relaxation and massage to hit all of them, all at once!? Connecting to ourselves and our partners can be hard to do when we are experiencing stress but without regular intimate connection, relationships can suffer.
Ingrid Galloway is the Founder, Relationship Coach and Chief Relaxation Officer of Kahyangan, a wellness centre. She has a kind soul, yet fun approach, encouraging people to be authentic and live an inspired life.
Apologising with understanding and intention for a Better Relationship with Beck Thompson
Taking responsibility for the part you’ve played - good or bad is vital to a thriving relationship. But that isn’t always easy and sometimes even harder to communicate it to the person you are doing life with. The way we communicate when we make a mistake is just like our regular communication style, we are all a little bit different and sometimes just saying “I’m sorry” won’t cut it.
Beck Thompson is a # 1 International Best Selling Author, 2020 AusMumpreneur Award Winner, Dating & Relationship coach and the owner and founder of The Relationship Circle - a no BS relationship coaching service that digs deep, gets to the truth and supports you in creating new behaviours and patterns that re-energise and revitalise your life and relationships.
Re-Discovering your relationship with yourself for a Better Relationship with Jo Schonheim
Our relationship with ourselves sets the tone for every other relationship that we have. But what happens when that relationship isn’t in a great state? How do you hit pause or do a hard reset. Does it have to get worse before it gets better? And where do you even start to decipher your own beliefs, values and patterns of behaviour? We’ve all got these blind spots and it’s our responsibility to look for them, heal and develop an incredible relationship with ourselves. And when we do, it also pays dividends in our relationships with others.
Jo Schonheim was always ambitious, independent and a total "people person". Someone who measures her wealth by the quality of her relationships. As a little girl, Jo fantasised about being her own boss, not someone's wife. By 25, she was an award-winning entrepreneur and by 32, was mother to a pair of daughters. It took 4 years summoning the courage to end her 20 year co-dependent relationship, to start a healthier one. This time, with herself.
Pursuing shared purpose with passion to create a Better World with Duncan Ward and Nicola Courtin
When our relationship is in an incredible place, we can shift from serving ourselves to serving others. And when we’ve found something that truly lights us up, something we care about and want to change or improve, we can then go about pursuing it to help create a Better World. We believe wholeheartedly that Better Relationships = Better World and in today's episode, you’ll hear a real life story of what is possible.
Duncan & Nicola are the Founders of Classroom of Hope, a for-purpose/NFP organisation providing access to life-changing education to children in developing countries. They share about their incredible love story that’s played out from opposite sides of the world and culminated in working, playing and raising daughters together. Together they share the lessons they’ve learned along the way and what they continue to practice today to keep their relationship thriving.
Embedding the little things daily for a Better Relationship with Dr Jacqui Gabb
All those little things - morning kisses, cups of tea, knowing when it’s a time for listening or a time for action and advice, can add up to or detract from a truly beautiful relationship. Research shows us that these little things really do matter and without them, we don’t have much.
Jacqui is Professor of Sociology and Intimacy at The Open University in the UK and Chief Relationships Officer at Paired. Her 'Enduring Love?' study on long-term couple relationships has received widespread critical acclaim, with findings being reported in national and international media, shining light on modern day relationships, what works and what doesn’t.
Taking Responsibility for our own growth for a Better Relationship with Annette Densham
When we meet someone and start a relationship, we come to it not as perfect but as a person. We all make mistakes and we’ve all had a spectrum of different experiences but without learning from the mistakes or taking responsibility for healing from the past, we can end up incredibly unhappy. Sometimes we even expect our partners to take responsibility to do the growing and healing for us. But it’s not their responsibility, it’s ours.
With a gypsy as a mother, Annette sought refuge in stories. By the time she was 17 she had lived in 96 houses. The books in the library became her best friends and she immersed herself in tales of courageous heroes. It was no surprise when she chose to go into journalism. She is a four-time grand Stevie Awards winner, author and gungho PR specialist who weaves words that move people. She has also overcome some of her darkest demons to create a life and relationship she loves.
Finding harmony in each others differences for a Better Relationship with Debbie Rivers
We are often attracted to people that are different from us. Introverted, Extroverted. Spender, Saver. Lover, Fighter. Yet these differences can then become fuel for a lot of conflict. Finding harmony with ourselves and each other when these differences arise, is one of the best ways to keep a relationship thriving.
Debbie Rivers is a Relationship Expert who works with singles and couples. Debbie’s been doing this for over a decade and is consumed with empowering people to be successful in love. She is obsessed with having bigger conversations about love, dating and relationships. Debbie’s motto is that it is never too late to have the life or love you have imagined.
Identifying your true emotions and feelings for a Better Relationship with John Broadbent & Amanda Bennallack
Our ability to examine and control our emotions isn’t a skill taught at school, yet it’s something we do each and every day, especially if we are in a relationship. If left unexamined, the way we feel and why we gravitate to certain emotions over others can be a mystery. With conscious effort, continuous practice and self reflection we can increase our self awareness, emotional intelligence, well-being and relationships.
John & Amanda have learned a whole lotta lessons in love and life. John is an Author and Mentor to Men while Amanda brings her 36+ years of fitness industry experience to bring out the best in her clients as a coach. Together they’ve each done their own inner work to get to a place where they have command over their emotions and can respond, not react. Together they are creating their relationship by design.
Learning how to master conflict for a Better Relationship with Siobhan Mullins
Relationships break down when the pillars of trust, communication and respect have deteriorated or when our values are no longer in alignment. When these things happen, conflict occurs. It’s an inevitable part of being in a relationship yet we are rarely taught how to deal with conflict well. Learning these fundamental skills can help avoid unnecessary pain or even break-ups.
Siobhan is a multi-award winning, collaboratively trained family lawyer, best selling author and founder of Australia's leading award winning family law firm, Separate Together.
Siobhan and her team make the complexity and anxiety of separating simple and easy so that couples can achieve the very best outcomes for them and their family.
Although never married or divorced, at 31, Siobhan has insights into what seems to make and break relationships in the modern times we're living in.
Observing and healing your childhood traumas for a Better Relationship with Kerry Howard
Moving through life from birth to adulthood we all have unique experiences. Not one person has had the exact same experience as another. These encounters shape the way we see the world and along the way we have both positive and negative experiences some of which create trauma. This is how our beliefs are shaped and it’s where the operating system for our brain comes from. Sometimes people don’t realise that traumatic experience is the basis of a lot of their unhappiness and their programming needs a system upgrade. Doing this self observation and healing can ensure we are operating from the best place and creating the life and relationships we both desire and deserve.
Kerry Howard is a best-selling author, psychologist and executive coach. Kerry, Ms Pink Herself, has not only made this personal transformation herself, but also worked with 500+ clients, assisting them to transform their lives and relationships.
Shifting your attitude to finances for a Better Relationship with Kylie & Anthony Sultana
Our attitude determines how well we do anything and then when we team that with aptitude, we can do awesome things. The same is true for our attitude towards money and finances. When we begin to have long term intent for our relationship, our finances will have an impact on our future together. It’s unlikely you’ve both got the exact same attitude towards money and shifting your attitude together can empower you to create a thriving relationship and future.
Kylie & Anthony are the Founders of Creo Wealth as well as a Wife and Husband team. Kylie was brought up in government-funded housing in Sydney’s Western suburbs and she shares some of the mindset shifts she needed to make to break away from the cycle of being poor. Anthony is a Certified Financial Planner and is the saver in their relationship. He shares how he navigated building a relationship and life with a spender. Together they help clients achieve the retirement that they not only dream of, but deserve.
Building new beliefs for a Better Relationship with Jeff Krahl
The feelings of stress or anxiety don’t exist until you have a thought that creates them. Our beliefs and the stories we tell ourselves shape our entire experience of life, love and relationships. If you believe you are unlucky in love, you will be. If you believe an incredible thriving relationship is possible and possible for you, you are a huge leap forward to truly creating it for yourself.
Jeff Krahl has spent more than 25,000+ hours empowering clients to break through their limiting beliefs so they can live their ideal life. He is the author of the best selling book "The Fifth Power for Relationship - 5 Key Secrets to Finding Your Soul Mate". Jeff shares his story of setting the intention to find his soul mate within the year and actually finding her. He shares insights on how they are still thriving more than a decade later!
Sleeping your way to a rested and fuelled up relationship with Sondra Kornblatt
When we are tired it’s hard to show up as our best selves for ourselves and for our relationships. Yet catching the Zzz’s isn’t always as simple and easy as putting your head on the pillow, especially if you are sharing a bed with someone who’s got a different sleep style than you.
Sondra Kornblatt helps people struggling with stress and sleep issues. As a sleep and life coach, she developed a unique program to welcome sleep and your true self through the 7 Pathways. She is the author of 4 books on sleep, personal energy , and brain fitness.
Borrowing lessons from Business Partners for a Better Relationship with Karyn McRae & Helen Lynch
It’s said that a business, no matter how well intentioned and designed, is only as good as the process and people who work it in. The same is kinda true for our romantic relationships, we need to collaborate well as a team and head in the same direction at the same time for our relationship to continue to thrive.
Karyn McRae & Helen Lynch have been Business Partners for more than two decades running a successful Interior Design business. Together they’ve taken on projects from small residential house flips to huge cruise ship fit outs and everything in-between. Along the way they’ve nurtured their respective marriages and families all while kicking ass in business together.
Doing the simple things to keep a relationship fuelled up with Megan & Nahum Kozak
There are so many simple things in life that can bring us happiness; watching the sunrise, splashing in the ocean or exploring a forest. The simple things in our relationship can also be the absolute best parts; appreciating each other, asking considered questions and true quality time doing not much. Making the simple complicated is common, but keeping it simple and consistent can keep your relationship fuelled up.
Megan and her husband Nahum have co-founded an organisation called Lighthouse Relationships, which offers relationship education workshops, couples counselling and online courses. Together for 16 years, Megan and Nahum are a wife-and-husband team who fell in love and stayed that way by practicing the strategies they teach!
Designing your thoughts and patterns for a Better Relationship with Sandra Moscardo
Have you ever been commuting somewhere, perhaps driving and you’ve arrived at your destination without having to really think all that much about the route? You’ve done that path from A-B so often it’s now practically automatic! The same thing can happen in our lives where we develop automatic patterns and behaviours and things start running on auto-pilot, even if those actions aren’t serving us any more. If left unchecked, leaving our lives and relationships on auto-pilot can land us in places we don’t want to be.
Sandra Moscardo is a clinical hypnotherapist, a strategic psychotherapist and NLP Practitioner. She focuses on helping people who are trapped in a cycle of unhealthy relationships, unfulfilling jobs and limiting self-belief, unable to find the confidence to change. When she learnt the tools to do so, her life changed and she now wants to share it with as many people as possible.
Setting your intentions on Happiness for a Better Relationship with Declan Edwards
Is happiness part of your every day? Or is it on the other side of achieving your next goal? When it comes to your happiness not all contributing factors are equal and the way we feel fulfilled and happy, links to both internal and external elements. Cultivating a life where you have high levels of happiness is beneficial to you but also your relationships and the world.
Declan Edwards is a Happiness researcher, Founder of BU Coaching, Author, podcast host and international keynote speaker. He has seen first-hand that when people are equipped with the strategies to manage their emotions and master their mindset they make a positive impact not only in their own lives, but also in the lives of those around them.
Overcoming your own shit to create a Better Relationship with Jo Hilder
We all have our challenges to face and personal demons to overcome, but we can all control how we react and adapt. Sometimes in relationships the lines of responsibility can get blurred and we unintentionally begin taking on the task of moving through our person's stuff. But our shit isn’t theirs to own, it’s ours to acknowledge and conquer.
Jo Hilder is a writer, artist, an experienced speaker, wife, cancer survivor and author of four books. She writes honestly about being Gen-X, post-menopausal, living with bipolar disorder, running a business mid-COVID19 and remembering how not to be rude to others.
Understanding our core human needs for a better relationship with Sonya Furlong
What’s important to you might not be important to others and vise versa. But have you ever thought about what makes something a need, more than a want? We are each driven by two primary core needs and the way we behave helps us to get those needs met - sometimes we do this positively, sometimes we do this negatively. Knowing your top two core needs can help you better understand yourself but also your partner too.
Sonya Furlong is a life coach, therapist and trainer of NLP and Matrix Therapies. She is the founder of the Centre for Life Therapies which is a hub for personal healing and development. Sonya is married to her soulmate Kerry, and the majority of her clients come to her for relationship coaching.
Creating Romantic Rituals for a Better Relationship with Scott James Andrews
Are you and your relationship better when you’ve made the time to connect and have some romance? Imagine if you embedded those moments of connection into every week with little rituals. They can be big or little things like a gesture or words shared in an intentional way. In thriving relationships these gestures can carry more meaning than just the action.
Scott James Andrews is a peak performance business and life coach & the founder of The Confident Leader Academy.
His 12 month flagship mastermind brings a refreshingly holistic approach of science, psychology and spirituality coupled with powerful step by step systems & strategies to help married men in business grow their income & their freedom without sacrificing their health, happiness and relationship using his CONFIDENT LEADER Method.
Living a Fuelled Up Life
For a fire to continue burning, it needs three things - Heat, Oxygen & Fuel. If it runs out of fuel, it fizzles and dies out. Our relationships and lives need fuel too and as long as we’ve got it, they can stay alight. Relationship fuel and fire fuel look a little different but the concept is the same.
A fuelled up life and relationship is one that has most of the 8 tanks running closer to full than empty, most of the time. Consider a fire that has ample fuel and is roaring v’s one that is running out of fuel and struggling to stay alight.
Sammi & Nath Jaeger Co-Hosts of Date Forever and Fuel Collective share where the Fuelled Up Life method came from, what they do to keep their relationship fuelled up and how a set of simple tools, frameworks & principals can empower you to create and keep a thriving relationship too.
Keeping kindness at the core for a Better Relationship
How often do you execute a random act of kindness for your person? A little thing done consciously to surprise them and make them smile can make their day, but when done consistently over time can make your whole relationship.
We chat with Tina & Mat Tower about their 2 decade long relationship, the evolutions it’s been through and how keeping kindness at the core has helped them not only to love each other, but really like one another too.
Striving for Interdependence and a Better Relationship with Sammi & Nath Jaeger
In a truly thriving relationship there are three lives - mine, theirs and ours. You may have heard of being independent or codependent but have you heard of interdependence? That sweet spot in the middle where both parties know who they are, what they stand for and where they are going but they have also created something together that is more valuable than the sum of its parts. It looks like two awesome people who are even better together.
Growing through Personal Development for a Better Relationship with Rebecca and Ed Plant
Continually investing in ourselves and our own growth strengthens our understanding of ourselves but also our chosen person. As we grow and develop as individuals, we also learn new ways of connecting with each other.
Examining your true values and living in alignment with them for a Better Relationship with Laura Piccardi
Have you ever experienced debilitating stress? The kind where you are having both a mental and physical response? If you are like most Australian’s, the answer is probably a big fat yes. When we are experiencing stress, we can’t show up as our best selves in our lives or relationships, so how do we get better at managing it?
Establishing, communicating and holding your own boundaries for a Better Relationship with Charlotte Lane
Have you heard the phrase “love has no boundaries” well we disagree. People and love should have boundaries and sometimes it’s the lack of establishing or enforcing them that can create tension, friction and fights. Setting boundaries and communicating them is an incredible skill to master to keep your relationships fuelled up.
Being each others ultimate supporter for a stronger team and better relationship with Wendy & Scott Perry
In our tiny teams of two, sometimes we are the lead player, other times the ultimate supporter. Learning how to nail both these positions can lead to an even stronger team and in turn a better relationship.
Embracing Thinking, Feeling and Doing to create a Better Relationship with Tyrone Williams
When the trifecta of thoughts, emotions and actions all align, magic happens, especially in relationships. We tend to have strength in one or two of these and can have challenges with the third, yet without all three legs of the stool, it can be unstable and fall easily.
Getting to know Sammi & Nath and a peek into their relationship with Sammi & Nathan Jaeger
Date Forever is 1 year old! On today’s show we pull back the curtains and share some behind the scenes of our own relationship. Sammi and Nath aren’t relationship experts but we do know we’ve learned a few things about relationships and love since our first kiss back in 2007.
Building an intentional money culture within your relationship with Genene Wilson
Making and sharing the bacon. At what point in a relationship should you start being open about money? And how do you decide what to spend, combine or keep secret? Culture is our way of doing things and each relationship has the opportunity to create their money culture unique to them.
Validating each other in meaningful ways for a Better Relationship with Brian Fretwell
We all enjoy being validated and appreciated by our loved ones, friends, family and colleagues but did you know that you actually need it to stay healthy and happy?
Talking about profit and your finances for a Better Relationship with Katie Crismale-Marshall
Money isn’t everything but it’s still a big cause of conflict in relationships. We need resources to take care of ourselves and each other now and into the future, but it can be made a little easier by starting with a few conversations.
Coming together as two complete individuals to create a thriving relationship with Max Latimer
Do you think of yourself as a whole and complete person? Or does Boo play a role in that completeness?
Taking Care of Yourself and Your Health to Ensure a Thriving Relationship with Ben Murphy & Laura Elliott
Our happiness can be influenced by so many elements like your health, your family, your relationships, your friendships and how you spend your time. But without your health, you haven’t got much.
Setting Intentions and Taking Action to Become Your Best You, for a Better Relationship with Bruce Sullivan
The smallest deed is more valuable than the greatest intention.
Bruce Sullivan shares his insights on becoming the best version of yourself and then taking that best self to your relationship and creating a life vision together.
Dating yourself and knowing your own pleasure for a Better Relationship with Grace Rodaughan
Do you derive pleasure from your own company? Or your own touch? Our relationship with ourselves sets the tone for every other relationship we have, yet few of us prioritise truly and deeply knowing and loving ourselves.
Navigating the impact of a one night stand with Simon Taylor
You can't swim across the ocean by only looking at the water and even once you are in, your strategy might change. Life is a bit the same, we can hypothesize about what we want and how we want to do it but it can change in a heart-beat.
Overcoming challenges in your relationship as a team with Maria Lodola-Price & Andy Price
In any relationship there will be challenges to overcome, some big and some small. Approaching the hurdles as a team can ultimately have you land on the other side, stronger and even more determined to jump future hurdles.
Mastering Romance for a Better Relationship with Miranda Claire
To love yourself is the beginning of a lifelong romance but how can we shower ourselves and our chosen person in romance too? Is romance even a thing in the 2020’s or does it only exist in rom-coms?
Discovering the impact of your Attachment Style for a Better Relationship with Janet Henegan
Are you a Wave, Island or Anchor? Every person has a need for intimacy, availability, and security in a relationship but those needs can vary from person to person. Getting to know your own needs as well as Bae’s can help you have an all round better relationship.
Making your Annual Game Plan for a Better Relationship with Sammi & Nathan Jaeger
Good design is about making something meaningful and memorable. Designing our lives is a constant challenge to balance comfort with luxe, the practical with the desirable. Or even just figuring out what it is we want?
Discovering why you’re here and how you can contribute to a Better World with Gerard Senehi and Francesca Rusciani
We are on this earth for 80, 90, maybe 100 years, in the scheme of the universe, it’s not that long. A blip. Are you living how you want to be? Have you figured out your big mission for while you’re here?
Becoming your truest and best self for a Better Relationship with Karen Rocho and Chrissy Quinn
When we know ourselves and can show all of us (even the kinda ugly parts) to Bae and in turn they show us all of them, that’s where the really good stuff starts.
We chat to Chrissy & Karen who share some of the lessons they learned to figure themselves out, ditch men, jump on tinder and find each other. Together they help others to live an authentic and unapologetic life and to take courageous steps towards living their own dream lives.
Journaling your way to a Better Relationship
with Amy Kaye
Having clarity and a clear mind is a wonderful way to start your day. But have you developed a ritual or practice to help you create that starting place? Journaling can be an incredible way to deepen your self awareness and relationship with both yourself and Bae.
Amy Kaye is the founder of Write On! South Africa which specializes in helping people unblock themselves creatively, get past psychological fears, tell their story and find their voice through writing.
Doing your own Inner Work for a Deeper and more Connected Relationship
with Shane & Angie Saunders
Everywhere we go, we take our breath with us, but did you know you can consciously use it to control your experience or better connect Bae? Read More...
Communicating your wants, needs and desires for a better relationship with Wala Truscott
We all desire and desire being desired. But what if we struggle to communicate what it is we really want? Especially in the bedroom….. Turns out it can lead to a relationship where two people are both giving and no one is receiving. Read More...
Discovering the vibe of marriage you want to create with Claudia Neal-Shaw
When things get difficult in our relationships, we can leave or we double down and work to make our relationship even stronger. But what if you’ve got one party wanting to do the work for the fulfilling rewards and the other is happy with “good enough”?
Better Relationships = Better World with Sammi & Nathan Jaeger
The quality of our relationships impacts the quality of our lives and at the Fuel Collective, we believe that if we all had better relationships, we would have a better world.
In this episode, the tables are turned and the co-hosts of the show are interviewed by Josh Taylor Host of Unleashed The Podcast.
Sammi is an Integrator and loves helping visionaries to bring their ideas to life. She especially loves it, when those ideas help make the world a better place. Nathan is an Electrical Engineer with a passion for technology. Together as Team Jaeger, they are the Co-Founders of Fuel Collective and Co-Hosts of The Date Forever Podcast and they are on a mission to fuel up people’s relationships, while making an impact in the world, as a business for good.
Living slowly for less hustle and more connection with Rachelle Glendon
Ever feel like you need to stop and take a break from the hustle of work, relationships and play? What if you created a life that you could do at a slower pace, one where there are deeper connections, less hustle and more meaningful moments.
Prioritising your relationship without compromise with Anya Bezuglova & Dim Hapa
When you decide what you want, prioritising the actions that will help you get it, become clear. If a thriving relationship is high on the list, nurturing and helping it evolve needs to be a priority.
Anya and Dim share the story of their recent engagement and how they have decided to continue prioritising each other and their relationship while building businesses and creating an intentionally designed life together.
Living with an Abundant Money Mindset with Sarah McCrum
When you focus on being abundant rather than scarce, you can really appreciate how full your life is and unlock unlimited thoughts and resources. You can create a life full of possibility.
Increasing Intimacy for a Better Relationship with Amy Color
Intense companionship and deep intimacy can be some of the most wonderful parts of a relationship, but what happens if that intimacy slips away? Amazing things can happen when we open up to our partner about our likes, dislikes, pleasures and pains. Today we chat about how you can boost the intimacy and vibe between you.
Working on your relationship today and always with Kerrie and Lyndon Phipps
Incredible relationships are built on a combination of trust, respect, communication and growth, all things that we can continually improve on.
Kerrie and Lyndon fell in love as teenagers and now, more than 25 years later, themselves and their relationship is still evolving and growing. Today they share with us how they continue to choose each other.
Cultivating Confidence for Better Relationships with Fiona Pearman
Confidence can be sexy, it can be alluring and passionate and it can help us pursue what we want out of life.
Today we chat with Fiona Pearman who is the co-author of Core Confidence as we explore the topic of confidence and how it affects our lives and relationships.
Accessing your mentor within with Rosemary Shapiro-Liu
We all have that little voice inside us that knows….. Some call it gut feel, others call it intuition or the monster, but often we already know what the right decision is. Incredible things can happen when we learn to listen to that voice.
Crafting memorable moments in your love story with Karl Schwantes
They say diamonds are forever and with a little intention, your relationship can last that long too.
Today we chat with The Diamond Guy - Karl Schwantes, he is the author of Rock Her World and is a leader in the jewellery world and the community. What Karl loves most about being a jeweller is creating unforgettable experiences that celebrate life’s breathtaking events.
Taking responsibility for your own continuous growth with Max Latimer
To become who we want to be, we need to both seek and embrace opportunities for growth as a human, leader, partner and lover. This means choosing a life of continuous personal growth.
Max heads up the Next Level Leader Project where he Challenges and Empowers Men through Self-Leadership by discovering and uncovering more Purpose, Potential and Power in their lives.
Navigating the curve-balls life throws at us with Marcus Nicholls & Ariel Endean
You can prepare for the unknown by studying how others ahead of us have managed with the unforeseeable and the unpredictable.
Marcus & Ariel have been together for over 25 years, in that time they’ve bought operated and sold businesses together. They’ve overcome health hurdles, authored books and spoke on stages. They now host The Podcast - Business Couples Secret Sauce and help other couples in business find their own wealth, health and happiness.
Actively showing appreciation for ourselves and others with Brian Doyle
Being told that we matter, that we are important and that we are appreciated can be amazing and help us to feel seen. Yet it can be a hard thing to express to others but when we start doing it, and truly appreciating those around us, often we realise we have so much to be grateful for. Appreciate life and love and you’ll likely have more of it.
Brian Doyle is an Event producer living in New York City, working with The LGBTQ Community Center. Back in 2013, Brian stepped onto the TED stage with an idea worth spreading, today we chat about how expressing gratitude has changed his life.
Leading Seamlessly Without Ego with Nina Huchthausen
It has been said that the very best leaders, create more leaders. Our ability to articulate where we want to go and then step up and lead impacts every area of our lives and relationships and best of all, it can be learned.
Today we chat with Nina Huchthausen, a Leadership and Empowerment coach. Nina stepped into her first Leadership role at 19 and has since built, lead, empowered and transformed over 30 technology teams across 3 continents. We explore what leadership looks like and how we can seamlessly move between lead and support roles in our relationship across all areas of our lives.
Setting intentions for life with or without children with Suni Sanchez
The future isn't waiting for us, it's created by us and for some of us, that future will involve parenting little people while continuing to create and live a life we love.
We chat with Suni Sanchez, founder of Human HQ about setting the intentions for parenthood and the recipe for enjoying the role of parent from day 1 without having to sacrifice anyone’s needs, aspirations, goals, dreams or plans.
The Magic of Great Communication with Vinh Giang
Communication is a skill that you can learn - just like riding a bike! It’s one of the keys to a thriving relationship and iIf you're willing to work at it, you can rapidly improve the quality of both your relationship and life.
Vinh Giang is an entrepreneur, magician, keynote speaker and podcast host who specialises in teaching people the foundations of communication and presentation by helping them unlock the power of one of the most complex instruments in the world - their voice. Vinh believes that communication is the most important skill in life, both personally and professionally.
Knowing the rules of your relationship for ultimate fulfilment with Jaemin Frazer
When everyone on the team feels like they are winning the chance of both success and fun increase, but first, we need to know the rules of the game.
Jaemin is one of Australia's best life coaches, an author, TEDx speaker and is the founder of the Insecurity Project. He specialises in helping entrepreneurs, leaders and business owners eradicate insecurity so they can show up to life unhindered by doubt, fear and self-limiting beliefs.
Becoming Your Own Soul Mate with Miranda Claire
Perfection is an illusion, we are all striving to feel like we are enough but the secret is that you already are.
Today we chat with Miranda Claire, The Soulmate Coach. She is an experienced Relationship Expert & Motivational Speaker. Miranda helps individuals have self-love, singles to meet their soulmate and couples to find their spark! Using NLP, Time Line Therapy & Coaching she has helped thousands of people from all over the world.
Understanding Your Inner Motivations to Create a Better Life with Harry Goldberg & Tristan Scifo
When it comes to creating a vision for the future and for your life, it can be really hard to truly picture it. What is desirable for some, is not at all for others. But underneath all the details, it’s about discovering how you want your life to feel.
Harry & Tristan head up Purpose Advisory where they provide Expert Financial Advice combined with practical Life Coaching. Both guys share stories from their own lives and relationships along with the lessons they’ve discovered about what drives people forward to create a values aligned and fulfilled life.
Choosing Where To Go In Your Relationship & Life with Donna & Caleb Lesa
When you find your person, you can join together and become an epic team. Then as a team, you can go further…….faster.
On today's show we chat to Donna and Caleb, Donna is a Transformation and Business Coach and Caleb is a Coach specialising in sales. Over their 3 year relationship they have continually chosen each other, pursued personal growth and always put their relationship first. They have lived across multiple countries while building their businesses and dream life. They share what works for them and how they are preparing for the future.
Reinventing Masculinity for Better Relationships with Ryder Jack
One in three men over the age of 30 aren’t satisfied with their relationships.
Ryder Jack has almost 20 years experience facilitating workshops with boys and men to help foster healthy emotional dialogue encouraging the conversation of masculinity in today’s society. As a father of two boys and avid local footballer, Ryder has seen firsthand the positive impact of challenging traditional notions of masculinity and creating environments where men can explore life beyond the stereotype, and develop the emotional capacity necessary to deal with all situations.
Building an Intentional Lifestyle, Relationship and Business together with Ryan and Calie Bowles
The quality of our life is impacted by our ability to prioritise what is truly important to us. You’ve gotta focus on the most important, mission-critical tasks each day and night, and then delegate, delay or skip the rest. Step one is figuring out what you want life to look like.
Ryan & Calie Bowles are newlyweds who live, work and play together. They share some of the challenges and opportunities they are facing as they design their life together both now and for the future.
Making your Money Management system work for you with Ben Nash
One of the best things we can do is prioritize our needs and wants, and then make choices accordingly. Those priorities show up in how we manage our money and sometimes that’s by design, other times it’s by default.
We chat to Ben Nash who is a Financial Adviser. He founded Pivot Wealth to help people make smart money decisions and strike that balance between loving life now and setting up their ideal future. He believes that while money itself doesn’t make you happy, it will give you options and the freedom to pursue the things that will make you happy.
Growing Together as Individuals and as a Couple with Ben & Renee Field
Never underestimate the importance of having fun, because without a bit of laughter and joy in life, what would be the point?
Ben is a Loving father of two and proud husband to one spectacular woman! He is a carpenter, business owner and has trained in Consciousness. Renee loves being a mum has a background in welfare work and is a gun in sales and client care.
Together they both adore their relationship and actively work to keep it both fun and thriving.
Taking a Teamwork Approach in Your Relationship with Joey MacDougall
It’s true what they say, teamwork makes the dreamwork. Even in your tiny team of two.
Joey MacDougall coached an SA state level ice hockey team from the bottom to the top of the ladder in one season. We explore the overlaps between teamwork on the ice and in a relationship.
Turning Money Habits into Intentional Actions with Adele Martin
Life either happens by design or default, either way you choose…… and the same is true for your finances.
Adele Martin Money Mentor is an award winning financial adviser and founder of The Savings Squad podcast. She helps people in their 20's , 30's & 40's maximise their money so they can do more of what they love.
Adopting Feedback as an Act of Love with Jody and Callum
Feedback is Fuel for Growth, even in your romantic relationships.
We chat with Jody & Callum about their love of personal development and how actively carving out time to give and receive feedback has impacted their relationship. We discuss why they do it, how they do it and the benefits it brings them.
Leveraging your Strengths for a Stronger Relationship with Jess Weiss
Every team has its weaknesses and every team has its strengths, even your tiny team of two.
Today we chat with Jess Weiss, Founder and Managing Consultant for Human Tribe. Jess believes performance begins with treating people as human beings, not resources.
How your Inner Game impacts your relationships with Barry Magliarditi
Life doesn’t happen to you, it happens for you, you create it.
Today we chat with Barry Magliarditi is a Human Behaviour Archaeologist based in Bali, and is here to facilitate sustainable, heart-based change that affects all aspects of life in a profound way.
He’s joining us today to dig deep on all things inner game and how that shows up in our relationships.
Creating a Big Vision for Your Financial Future
with Aaron & Bernadette Christie-David
The future isn't waiting for us, it's created by us and that includes our financial future too.
Today we chat with Aaron and Bernadette Christie-David Founders of Atelier Wealth who work, live, play and parent together.
Influencing your Mental Health with Graeme Cowan
A partnership is a team and a team needs to support one another by supporting each other's well-being and individual aspirations.
Graeme Cowan is an author and speaker, one of his proudest career achievements was helping to start R U OK? - and he remains an active Board Director. He became passionate about helping people to improve their mental health after going through a severe 5 year episode of depression. He is married to Karen and loves bushwalking near his home in Sydney.
Working Remotely Together with Sarah Riegelhuth
There is magic in a positive, high-performance culture where working, living and playing together is blended in the best possible way.
We chat with Sarah Riegelhuth who is the CEO of Grow My Team and has been running all of her companies remotely since 2014.
Creating Your Conscious Love Bubble
with Kelly Bowen and Alex Tripod
We all have the opportunity to create the life and relationship you both want, not the life others think you should have.
How Self Love Unlocks All Love with Nardia Joy
Your relationship with yourself sets the tone for every other relationship you have.
Today we chat with Nardia Joy who is The Rainbow Fire Love Queen, where she leads a community teaching women how to love themselves from the inside out. Ultimately she helps people on their journey back to loving themselves.
How to Pick and Kick Goals with Keith Abraham
You’ve got big goals, some of them you’ve said out loud, others are still deep in-side you, yet to be acknowledged.
Today we chat with multi-award winning presenter and speaker Keith Abraham, who is a global authority on goal achievement!
Welcome to The Date Forever Podcast
Get to know us and discover who we are and why we care about other peoples relationships.
If you've found a special someone and are on a mission to keep your relationship thriving, this might be the podcast for you.