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Still I Rise Foundation

Daniel George was diagnosed with advanced testicular cancer in 2012, which saw him endure months of brutal chemotherapy and multiple surgeries. Upon completing his treatment, Daniel created the Still I Rise Foundation which provides a counselling service for cancer patients, their family and friends and also for medical staff.

This podcast is just another tool to help those having a hard time at the moment, either with cancer or any other challenge.  

Thank you for listening.

Oct 21, 2017

So this episode is a little different as I am publishing my speech from my recent Hall of Fame induction at my old University in the USA, along with Coach Tony Morocco's introduction. 

SHU is a very special place for me, and it is truly an honour to be inducted into their Hall of Fame.  Just knowing that my grandkids...


Oct 4, 2017

Jade North is an Australian professional soccer player who is currently preparing for another season in the A-League with the Brisbane Roar.  

Jade was incredibly generous with his time today as he opened his home to me for us to do this interview.  Jade speaks about growing up in a broken home, his journey through...


May 29, 2017

These are the sort of conversations I have with my friend David Derwin when we get together, so I thought to actually record one of these discussions for the podcast.

I love DD for many reasons, but at the top of the list is his straight up, no BS approach.  

We hope you enjoy the conversation.


May 19, 2017

Susa Seipel was born with Arthrogryposis Multiplex.  That is a big word meaning the joints and muscles are absent from her legs.  Despite this, Susan has gone on to represent Australia in multiple sports, including becoming a canoe World Champion and Olympic bronze medal at the RIO games.

She has a fantastic outlook on...


May 4, 2017

It has been a few weeks since our last episode with Aja, but as mentioned previously my goal is to bring you interviews of elite quality, not just weekly content for the sake of it. Well, today's guest Pacharo Mzembe has quite a story to tell. 

We spoke about the day he fled Malawi as a young 5 year old boy, his run...