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Performance Intelligence with Andrew May

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. Learn valuable lessons that can be applied to optimising performance in your personal and professional life. Performance Intelligence applies to the way we turn up in relationships and the way we turn up at work, it applies to the way we perform in front of 10,000 people and the way we perform in front of one. Episodes include 3 main...

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Recent Episodes of Performance Intelligence with Andrew May


Bite Size #128: Bonnie Hancock - Mental Skills for Teamwork, Tenacity, and High Pressure from the Fastest Person to Paddle around Australia

Bite Size #128: Bonnie Hancock - Mental Skills for Teamwork, Tenacity, and High Pressure from the Fastest Person to Paddle around Australia

In this Bite Size from episode #92 Bonnie Hancock shares some of the most incredible and dangerous situations she found herself in when paddling a surf ski around Australia. From sharks, snakes, crocodiles and currents Bonnie has seen it all and overcome the challenges.

Bonnie talks about how although there was a lot of fear in those situations it also shined a light on the beauty she would see during her trip and no matter how much she wanted to give up she knew the best part was always just around the corner.

You can find...

Episode 17 July 2024 13m and 38s


Bite Size #127: Luke Hannan - The Power of Delivery and 3 Pillars of Communication from Australia's Top Event MC

Bite Size #127: Luke Hannan - The Power of Delivery and 3 Pillars of Communication from Australia's Top Event MC

Professional MC Luke Hannan joins Andrew and Ange in this Bite Size from episode #93 to talk about what he believes are the 3 key pillars of communication and why it is so important that you get them right no matter the level of presentation you are doing.

 

Luke also reflects on a recent time he had to put all 3 of these pillars into play at a big event where he was feeling a bit nervous about his ability to control a rowdy audience.

Find Luke at his Website: https://lukehannan.com.au/
Or a...

Episode 14 July 2024 14m and 15s


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

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 him personally to see it grow into such a big phenomenon.

 

Matt is also blown away by the stats behind the 10 years of Can 4 Cancer and the amount of money it has raised and the amount of people that are now involved in the event.

 You can find Matt at his LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattcomyn/


 Use Cod...

Episode 10 July 2024 12m and 8s


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

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”. Michael explains that through hustling and hard work you can sell up to 100,000 copies and anything beyond that is completely out of your hands.

Michael also gives a bit of background as to what he was thinking when he wrote the book, who his target audience was and why they would want to buy the book. MBS finishes up by giving a little bit of coaching advice from one of his othe...

Episode 7 July 2024 13m and 9s


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

#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 some time to rest and reconnect with yourselves, as there is great value in pausing to recharge and restore. 

  

While holidays are perfect for relaxing, for some of us it means reaching for alcohol to self-soothe. Notably Australia is the world's top binge drinking country. Which is why this week we are introducing an episode with Sarah Rusbatch is an award-winning Health and Wellbeing Coach, acc...

Episode 3 July 2024 1h, 16m and 13s


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

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 AI is going to steal everyone’s jobs by comparing it to the invention of the calculator and how that was going to do away with accountants.

Andrew and Dr Ben also talk about the idea of the 4 day work week and why it may not be as far fetched as you think. Dr Ben cites a few different studies and trials that have taken pl...

Episode 30 June 2024 20m and 28s


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

#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.  Plane travel that crosses 3 or more time zones causes jet lag, or a feeling of being out of whack with your internal body clock. Generic travel fatigue is distinct from jet lag and is associated with tiredness and fatigue after domestic travel.

Dr Tom Buckley is Associate Professor at Sydney University and is a leading expert on stress and recovery. He has written and contributed to over 110 peer reviewed academic journals, and is t...

Episode 26 June 2024 1h, 19m and 41s


Bite Size #123: Tom Trbojevic – Family Ties and the Trbojevic Brothers' Journey in the NRL

Bite Size #123: Tom Trbojevic – Family Ties and the Trbojevic Brothers' Journey in the NRL

In this Bite Size from episode #64 Manly Sea Eagles superstar Tom Trbojevic and Andrew talk about Tom’s unusual family business: playing NRL for the Manly Sea Eagles. Tom talks about what it is like to play with two of his brothers professionally and what it was like for all of them growing up.

Andrew also shares some heartwarming comments Tom’s brothers have made about Tom and what he is like as a person and a player which leads to Tom getting a bit choked up and emotional.

Follow Tom on Instagram: https://www.inst...

Episode 23 June 2024 14m and 8s


#97 Andrew May Live Keynote - Inside Job

#97 Andrew May Live Keynote - Inside Job

Just like putting a fitness program together to train the body to be healthy, fit, flexible, and strong; we can do the same for your brain. Sustainable high performance requires an inside out approach and there are critical inflection points in our lives where it is vital to 'do an inside job.' 
Are you armed with the skills to do this?

Listen to a live recording of Andrew presenting his Inside Job presentation to ACTA, where he leverages neuroscience (scientific study of the nervous system and brain) performance psychology and 20 years experience coaching some of t...

Episode 19 June 2024 1h, 10m and 7s


Bite Size #122: Dr Tom Buckley - The Burnout Dilemma and Unraveling the Global Phenomenon

Bite Size #122: Dr Tom Buckley - The Burnout Dilemma and Unraveling the Global Phenomenon

In this Bite Size from episode #58 burnout expert Dr Tom Buckley gives us his clinical definition of burnout and how it differs from just being tired or needing a bit of a break. Dr Tom also explains why it is considered a syndrome and not a disease.

Andrew and Dr Tom also talk a bit about why we are seeing increasing rates of burnout not just in Australia, but all over the world and why it can be linked to a depletion of energy, both mental and physical.

You can download the Burnout Proof whitepaper...

Episode 16 June 2024 14m and 27s

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