I welcome you to buy into the process with the first episode diving into the what, why & how we will take on the journey of bringing back the warrior once again. Understanding that the warrior is more than the staunch protector or man of war, he also is the provider, mentor, listener, lover, nurturer & brother. I speak to the 3 big moments of my life that have shaped me to be where I am today, also I talk about a promise to help men change their lives for the better.
The first ever BBTW guest is Jamie Thomas on our platform sharing leadership, insight & vulnerability, a powerful discussion with a man who has experienced our work along with an incredible journey to where he is now. Jamie is now leading in the space of his modality Wayapa Wuurrk connecting people back to caring for mother earth with an Indigenous focus for universal healing. - wayapa.com
Today’s guest is Jack Bulman from Mibbinbah Spirit Healing, a health charity for Indigenous people, Jack has a wealth of experience in the male health sector & was instrumental in creating what we know is the ‘safe space’. Pure, positive & healthy spaces are one of the best methodologies to enhance our wellbeing and healing. Jack shares his own powerful and unique story that unveils one of the core reasons he does what he does today.
This episode has it all, the dynamic outspoken but ultra respectful Joe Williams, a Wiradjuri/Wolgalu man that has done a lot in his life thus far. Joe unveils some of the ups and downs of being a NRL star to becoming a division champion in boxing, he then delves into arguably his biggest battle - the battle with ‘The Enemy Within’. The people and the connections he has made since that day is truly incredible to hear and experience. The power of connecting to his country & culture was crucial on his healing journey, this was key to enhance & fully understand his pathway through life day to day. Joe has his own book & business called The Enemy Within, he also facilitates a range of different workshops and keynotes around Australia and overseas. - joewilliams.com.au
The macro & micro of running a marathon is truly a science, this is something Indigenous people are genetically built for, long periods of time travelling on our feet. Meet Layne Brown, a proud Yuin man who can break down the art of running so it can be enjoyed by people of all shapes and sizes.
Taking on what the old people carried to pass down,to the next generation of First Nations mob. Join me as I bring brother Clark Webb into the BBTW space, we take a trip into his unique journey that oozes humility, passion, commitment, dedication & leadership. Yet again another awesome yarn with a brother helping to bring back the warrior within once more. @wajaanayaam @bularri_muurlay_nyanggan