Desiree Delaloye, originally from Switzerland, immigrated to Australia in 2001. She is well known for her amazing ability to illustrate and produce unique logos. The logos are easily recognisable as representative of the individual or business that they were created for. In this interview I asked what her process is to come up with these individualised images. You can find out more about her work as a graphic artist at Design-Arts. In recent years, Desiree's entrepreneurial efforts have also included healing products, which you can learn more about at Feather Light Productions. Her latest venture is with children's books, which she co-authors with Tanya Curtis. So naturally, she also decided to create a boutique publishing company, SunLight Ink Publishing, in order to print and distribute the publications. Listen to the interview to learn more about how they raised the money to donate 1700 books to Papua New Guinea's literacy program.
This interview comes to you from the Netherlands, thanks to the technology of Skype. Willem Plandsoen lives with his partner, Sylvia, near Amsterdam. He has a Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering. Currently he is an employee at a European consultancy business as well as having his own business.
Willem has been a dedicated Student of the Livingness since 2009. In the years immediately following his reconnection to the Ageless Wisdom, he went through some big changes both personally and professionally, just as many of us have.
Today Willem is working in the corporate world, reflecting what he has been learning to all those he comes in contact with. You’ll enjoy hearing how he brings his Livingness to those he is working with including those he is working for.
If you don't know Dragana Brown, google Huffington Post UK and put her name in the search field. Reading just one of her articles will give you a good idea of the passion and power of this woman. We start the interview with her early childhood in Yugoslavia. After finding out how she ended up in the UK we move on to what it takes to be an advocate for Freedom of Speech and Truth in Journalism. At the conclusion of the interview Dragana describes the change that occurred in her and the change that happened to her writing after her first Universal Medicine presentation.
The change that she shares sheds some insight onto the previous interview with Michael Brown, her son, when he is talking about his relentless inquiry on her home from her first presentation by Serge Benhayon. Enjoy these back-to-back son and mother interviews.
You’ll enjoy this interview with Michael Brown. It is so refreshing to speak to a 21 year old who is putting himself out to the world because, in his words, “My life is too good not to share.”
Michael is studying a Bachelor in Mathematics and Statistics as well as working at a large supermarket in London, serving as a team leader, applying for managerial duties. He also shares how he woke up one day and thought he could play the piano so he went out and bought a keyboard and a couple of months later he was playing at a friend’s wedding in front of 150 people. Brave, eh! And you’ll love his idea about Philosophy on Whiteboard. Enjoy!
Oh, BTW, Michael is the son of Dragana Brown (who will be the guest in the next Fiery Service interview.)
This interview is a little out of the ordinary because it is an interview WITH me rather than by me.
I was recently cleaning up computer files and came across this audio recording that I had forgotten all about. Sarah Flenley and I were working on a UniMed project a few years ago and we were talking about the need for more people with interviewing skills. Sarah expressed an interest in doing interviews so – I may have suggested she interview me for the practice. I can’t remember because it was November 2014, so there has been a lot of water under the bridge since then. When I re-listened to the interview last week, I thought that Sarah did a great job so I’ve asked her permission to share it with the Fiery Service listeners.
I’ve been interviewed several times over the years but generally about some specific project or event I was involved in. This interview is about my early years in Byron Bay, starting community radio and interviewing, which is something I love doing. The interview starts with Sarah asking me WHY I do volunteer community work.
Kate Gamble has always been interested in how people relate and communicate. This led her to study a BA in communications, majoring in Media Arts and Production at the University of Technology in Sydney Australia. She has been selected for the Marketing Academy Scholarship in 2017 and our interview focuses on her career and the Marketing Academy program. Perhaps it will surprise you, as it did me, to discover the values of the Ageless Wisdom in today's corporate world. You can find out more about the amazing Kate Gamble on her website.
Gayle is innately curious about people; how they see the world, how they position themselves in the world and why they do what they do. She loves interviewing people for these same reasons.
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