Uncommon is a show that asks the Why on Business, Media, Current Affairs and Sport. Hosted by Jordan Michaelides, previous guests include Wil Anderson, Dr Karl, Stephanie Miller, Justin Dry, Jeff Kennett and Jonathan Hallinan. To learn more about our guests, head to neuralle.com/uncommon.
Chelsea Morley – Founder of Tiny Disco
59:31Chelsea Morley is the founder and creative director of Tiny Disco. A Melbourne based new-age advertising agency with a focus on creative ideas, and beautiful content. Get all links mentioned here: bit.ly/269-ChelseaSKIP THROUGHT THE EPSISODE:00:00 - Welcome to Uncommon02:00 – Funny Accents03:10 – Earliest memory04:30 – Crazy bee story!06:20 – Earliest conception of death12:05 – Childhood aspirations14:00 – TV channels 19:08 – TV career (Best and worst)13:55 - Treated differently after pregnancy19:30 – Parenting wisdom / advice35:20 – Tiny Disco blowing up!37:00 – Tiny Disco beginnings 42:45 – Kids like a mirror?47:40 – Finding inspiration sources 50:50 – Jordan defends his bonsai plants!52:55 – Rapid fire questions58:00 – Closing remarks
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Bruce Peterson: Founder of Grande Experiences & THE LUME
59:05Bruce Peterson is the Founder & Executive Chairman at Grande Experiences and THE LUME. Responsible for immersive multi-sensory experiences such as ‘Van Gogh alive’, ‘Monet & Friends Alive’ and many more.Get all links mentioned here: bit.ly/268-Bruce SKIP THROUGHT THE EPSISODE:00:00 – Welcome to Uncommon00:46 – Last time in Rome?03:50 – Earliest memory06:10 – Valuable lessons from parents08:50 – Generational difference 12:00 – Australia relying on other countries 17:40 – 1986 to 2005 26:00 - Leonardo da Vinci30:10 – Creating da Vinci exhibitions 33:50 – Creating LUME38:30 - Melbourne’s lack of cultural facilities 41:10 - Choosing a location45:15 - Ticket prices46:40 - LUME Producing team48:00 - Integrating art with brands52:45 - Rapid fire questions
Beau Arfi of Maple Property Group
1:00:21Beau Arfi is the CEO of Maple Property Group, owner of 20 properties by the age of 27. Beau is focused on helping Australians achieve their dream lifestyle through tailored investment strategies, detailed education and statistic-based property selections.Get all links mentioned here: bit.ly/267-BeauSKIP THROUGH THE EPISODE:00:00 – Welcome to Uncommon01:50 – Earliest childhood memory04:30 – Parents careers / Childhood aspirations06:10 – Getting into property 13:40 – Beau’s Investments 15:40 – Bad investments 19:35 – “Value for money”22:00 – Apartment Investing?30:00 – What does Maple Group do differently? 33:50 - Useable equity 39:30 - Property market changes 44:50 - Advice for Jordan 48:00 - Beau’s investing future53:40 - Beau’s best advice 56:20 - Rapid fire questions
Simon Kuestenmacher: Co-Founder & Director of The Demographics Group
1:16:01Get all the links mentioned here: bit.ly/266-SimonSHOW NOTES:00:00 – Welcome to Uncommon00:55 – Munich 03:10 – Earliest memory04:20 – What data to trust?09:10 – Trusted data sources 10:50 – Population Data14:00 – Childhood career aspirations 16:00 – University exchange 19:00 – Germany and Australia21:00 – Working at big four firms24:00 - Important parts of Demographics business 26:00 - Reading randomly 28:15 - Pirates 32:20 - Skilled worker shortage 35:55 - Industries coping with worker shortage42:00 Generational changes in working54:20 - Australia's poorly invested wealth 1:00:00 - How would Simon fix Australia 1:02:40 - Let's make a massive solar farm 1:09:25 - Rapid fire questions1:13:00 - Closing remarks
Eva Founders Amanda Niu and Ken Lau
1:04:32Amanda Niu and Ken Lau are co-founders of Eva, a homewares and furniture company with a focus on creating products that are made for living and fit into everyday life. SHOW NOTES:00:00 – Welcome to Uncommon00:30 - Moving to Australia 04:15 - Earliest memory 06:30 - Childhood career aspirations 08:55 - How Amanda and Ken met11:40 - Neuropsychology skills12:50 - Engineering skills15:00 - Running eBay store17:25 - Turning point in business 20:00 - Scaling the business 26:00 - Product range / Future projections30:22 - Surveying customers 32:10 - Conception to Manufacturing37:10 - Same or different manufacturer?39:50 - Changes in the past 12 months42:15 - Furniture manufacturing in China 44:08 - Supplies for products 45:30 - 365 Day Trial 48:40 - Short wait times for furniture 51:40 - People and culture in business 54:30 - What in the next two years55:40 - Engagement and wedding planning 1:01:20 - Rapid fire questions1:03:20 - Closing remarksLINKS:Eva - Website Eva - Instagram Eva - FacebookEva - PinterestAmanda’s LinkedinKen’s Linkedin