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An interview with ‘A Spacious Life’ author, Narissa Doumani

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'A Spacious Life' book launch with my friend & author, Narissa Doumani.
‘A Spacious Life’ book launch with my friend & author, Narissa Doumani.

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Interview #13 – Narissa Doumani

Morning all!¬†ūüôā
 
Apologies for being a little croaky & dusty, but let‚Äôs just say yesterday was a wonderful afternoon of a long¬†pub lunch in the sunshine, table tennis and 1 or 2 sundown beers in Melbourne-town ūüėÄ
 
Pumped about this interview and to be able to announce the launch of the ‚ÄėA Spacious Life: Memoir of a Meditator‚Äô, an inspiring book written by my beautiful friend, author,¬†model¬†and source of inspiration, Narissa Doumani.
 
‚ÄėA Spacious Life: Memoir of a Meditator‚Äô is¬†look into the quest for meaning beyond materialism and insight into¬†Narissa’s use of mindfulness and meditation for¬†well-being and fulfilment within modern-day life.
From the minute I picked up A Spacious Life I was excited, not only is Narissa one of my first friends to have written a book, but the way her words just flowed on page and were instantly relatable made it impossible to put down РI crave inspiring subject matter that’s easy to digest as reading for me is all about down-time and relaxing.
Anyway, Narissa and I¬†chat about life growing as a child in Australia of¬†Thai and Lebanese heritage (her not me ūüėČ ), the challenge of working alone to bring your first novel to life and the significant impact of meditation on her¬†outlook on life.
 
A Spacious Life: Memoir of a Meditator launches this week (Mar. 18, 2015) and Narissa Doumani is hosting the launch event in Melbourne (Australia) on Saturday 21st of March with $5 for every book sold on the day going to the Feed Melbourne Appeal. Come on down and join me if you like?
 
I have the most talented friends ūüôā Enjoy!
 
 

Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet is weekly podcast where we interview inspiring individuals and successful entrepreneurs from around the planet across a range of industries (incl. music, film/tv, fashion, travel, comedy and more) about what makes them tick as people and drives their hunger for success.

For more information on Narissa Doumain and¬†‚ÄėA Spacious Life: Memoir of a Meditator‚Äô¬†head to¬†narissadoumani.com

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Narissa Doumani - 'A Spacious Life: Memoir of a Meditator'

Dan Wilkinson works as a Manager, Marketing Strategy & Analysis ‚Äď Social Media at SapientNitro Australia and is founder of music industry biz, Hot & Delicious Group.

Blue King Brown move to Jamaica & taking on the globe!

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Blue King Brown. Photo credit: Dan Wilkinson (Hot & Delicious Group).

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Interview #12 ‚ÄstBlue King Brown

Good morning world!
 
Today we’re in for a bit of a treat. A few short weeks back I was blessed to catch-up with Carlo Santone and Nattali Rize of Blue King Brown before they jetted back off to Jamaica for another 6 months. Living the dream!
 
I’ve shot Blue King Brown live and seen them at a bunch of festivals/shows around Australia and we’ve got a few mutual friends, so it was kind of cool finally having them on my couch to chat about the inspiration of living and recording in Kingston, Jamaica (yes, this is their second time now), shitty jobs like delivering pamphlets back in the day to keep the cash coming in, to inspiration and impact of the likes of Miles Davis, Mama Kin and Sydney Peace Prize winner Noam Chomsky on their lives, doing their bit to raise awareness for what’s going down in West Papua, their beginnings and how the stunning, mind-blowing beach town of Byron Bay has changed over the years.
 
We get the down low¬†on¬†Blue King Brown‚Äôs kick-ass new album¬†‚ÄúBorn Free‚ÄĚ (stream in full on below) and Nattali Rize’s new solo career a brand new project¬†that these 2 lovely people are now pursuing side-by-side¬†along¬†with the Blue King Brown project – recording¬†with Julian Marley and a swag of other talented¬†Jamaican musicians.¬†
 
Let’s get down to it.
 
Click¬†here for¬†magic in your ears ūüôā¬†¬†¬†¬†

Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet is weekly podcast where we interview inspiring individuals and successful entrepreneurs from around the planet across a range of industries (incl. music, film/tv, fashion, travel, comedy and more) about what makes them tick as people and drives their hunger for success.

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Dan Wilkinson works as a Manager, Marketing Strategy & Analysis ‚Äď Social Media at SapientNitro Australia and is founder of music industry biz, Hot & Delicious Group.

For tour news, music and more on Blue King Brown and Nattali Rize head to:

BlueKingBrown.com
NattaliRize.com

Blue King Brown shot live for triple j by Dan Wilkinson (Hot & Delicious Group). 

 

 

 

The Paterson Project – Majestic street-art for the most perfect cause.

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The Paterson Project - Street-artists raising funds for the Royal Children's Hospital Foundation

Streetart exhibition raises funds for Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation

Anyone who knows me knows how much I’ve fallen in love with Melbourne’s street-art scene over the past few years and so as¬†exhausted as I was after a hectic week, nothing could stop me jumping on my bike and riding late through the wet streets of Melbourne¬†on Friday night to attend a wonderful event on Smith St in Fitzroy for the most perfect cause.

The Paterson Project was held at¬†heritage-listed Paterson Building where over the course of the past week,¬†over 100 artists, including the likes of Rone, Adnate, Mayo,¬†DVATE, Facter, Alexandra Lederman and many more, dedicated their time to decorating the walls of this grand old building with their works of art to be auctioned off to raise funds for the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation.

Packed to the rafters with more hipsters than you could poke a beard at, it was wonderful to be able to appreciate so many majestic pieces of art in the one place and I wandered up and down the 3 floors of this living and breathing masterpiece for over an hour.

One of my simplest weekend pleasures is¬†to spend hours wandering¬†previously unexplored alleyways or even streets that I think I already know around Melbourne, with¬†the prospect of¬†stumbling upon some unexpected beauty…

Occasionally, I’ll overhear people bitching about their favourite piece being tagged by some young punk or being covered up by a new piece of artwork that they don’t like, but what they don’t consider and they’re missing is that there-in lies its beauty – street-art is¬†the perfect, symbolic reflection of life on this planet – beauty is everywhere, fleeting and quite often in the last place you’d expect to find it… captivating in one moment and then gone the next – as such it helps teach us to appreciate¬†every single moment for what it is and even when it fades or is gone, becomes a part of us forever.

Beauty is everywhere. Enjoy!

Apologies to any artists who’s names we’ve missed or for any incorrectly labelled artworks. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch so that we can update accordingly.

Donate to the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation or to get involved head on over to¬†foundation.rch.org.au

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The Secret to Happiness – Hot & Delicious catch-up with Smiling Mind app

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Interview #11 ‚ÄstSmiling Mind app (tech/innovation)

Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome back to¬†‚ÄėHot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet for 2015‚Äô.¬†Last year, as existing fans will know, we caught up with Aussie comedian & TV presenter¬†Will Anderson,¬†kick-ass¬†Aussie indie rockers The Griswolds, Regan Lethbridge from awesome Melbourne-based band Bonjah,¬†fashion blogger Winston & Willow¬†and so many more wonderful people.

I must apologise profusely for taking a longer break over the Christmas period than planned Рbut the 2nd half of 2014 saw me working 60-80 weeks, I must admit I was just exhausted and didn’t want to come back until I could dedicate my time and energy 100% to this new project that I love so much.

2015 is going to be a super year for the podcast, where we take things to another level Рcoming up over the next few months are interviews with social entrepreneur and founder of Thank You Group, Daniel Flynn, the enigmatic Carlo Santone and Natalie Rize of world-renown Aussie urban roots band Blue King Brown, a whole swag of Australian and international comedians as the buzz of Melbourne International Comedy Festival hits Australia and so much more. I am pumped!

I love this podcast episode. It‚Äôs 5:45am and I can‚Äôt sleep as I‚Äôm still buzzing and¬†inspired by last night‚Äôs chat with the team at Smiling Mind meditation app. One of the main reasons I started ‘Hot & Delicious:¬†Rocks The Planet’ is to chat with people who are doing what they love and who inspire me. In today‚Äôs podcast I get to hang out¬†with Lucy Richards and Georgie Reed, two of the first people involved in the launch of Smiling Mind app.

Launched in Australia a few years ago, Smiling Mind now has over 500K users from aged 7¬†to young adults, business people like myself and even people my parents’ age. Smiling Mind’s 500,000+ users are living all over the globe¬†and the app was recently featured in the New York Times.

I am not exaggerating when I say that meditation and Smiling Mind have changed my life. I first came across the app about a year and a half ago when I was chatting with Georgie’s partner, Rob, at a work lunch. He was singing the praises on how using this app on a daily basis had brought a certain calm and balance to his insanely hectic life as part of the Carlton Dry brand team at Carlton & United Breweries. He told me how his partner Georgie had left her job at a media agency to join this start-up called Smiling Mind.

Now I‚Äôve had people speak with¬†me about meditation and mindfulness a little previously, including one of my friends, the wonderful¬†Narissa Doumani, who in fact launches her book in a month ‘A Spacious Life – Memoir of a Meditator‚Äô¬†(and we‚Äôll be dropping an episode with her in a few weeks), but for me and I‚Äôm sure most people who now have meditation and mindfulness as a part of their life,¬†to start meditating you‚Äôve got to be in a place when you‚Äôre desperate to try anything to get some peace, calm in your life or just be curious enough to try.¬†

For me it was the former. I‚Äôm not exaggerating or boasting when I say that I‚Äôve done so many cool things in my life – I‚Äôve lived in 4 different countries in Australia, Asia, Europe and the Middle East,¬†put a 900 square metre ice-rink on the sands of Bondi Beach (the first of it‚Äôs kind anywhere in the world), created a role as the music supervisor of a snowboard¬†show called Ballistyx Snowboard Show on Channel GO!, run music festivals & events around Australia, worked as a music festival photographer & run social media for a music festival, traveled the world for 6.5 years as an international flight¬†attendant with Emirates Airline, the list goes on‚Ķ but my whole life I always felt I was either running towards or running away from something (to steal a phrase coined by¬†one of my fave podcasters). For the past 20 years of my life, I have had an¬†unquenchable¬†thirst for success and a happiness that I’ve never quite found. I have all these amazing things I‚Äôve done/going on in my life and yet a year and a half ago I felt stressed out, always seemed to have that tightness of anxiety or dread in my chest and I was miserable‚Ķ something had to change.¬†

Now those of you who know me know that I don‚Äôt believe in God, but what I can say is that I am very spiritual. I used to think that exercise was all I needed to feel good, but even that wasn‚Äôt enough and not quite the tonic I was after. I‚Äôve spent my life life wishing I was somewhere else‚Ķ a little bit further down the path to my success‚Ķ in 6 months I‚Äôll achieve this goal and I‚Äôll be happy, in 12 months I‚Äôll be making this much money and I‚Äôll be happy‚Ķ. no‚Ķ quite simply no. This podcast, in parts, may sound a little like we‚Äôre trying to sell Smiling Mind¬†and to be honest, it‚Äôs almost impossible not to – each of the 3 of us are already sold on its¬†virtues and the impact it‚Äôs made on our own lives. My whole life, I‚Äôve gone my own way not wanting to conform or be dictated by society‚Äôs viewpoint on how I should live my life, the black sheep if you will‚Ķ and yet with this… it just fits.¬†

I am still as ambitious as ever, yet for the first time in my life I am living each and moment in the now. I walk down the street and unplug my headphones just to observe the people around me, to hear the birds singing and simply soak up the sounds of the city. When I’m out with friends for dinner, invariably people will be having a phone party at the table, shooting this foodporn for Instagram or checking-in at that place on Facebook. My phone pretty much always stays in my pocket these days. The only place I want to be now is here Рin the moment. Mediation and the Smiling Mind app have helped me achieve a certain mindfulness. Now I crave, soak up and appreciate each moment I’m in and so that any time I feel like I’m stressed out or angry, it’s the key tool I utilize that pulls me back into check and gets me back in sync.

I’m going to step-off now and let you get into it. The first 1-2 minutes is a little disjointed as we were having some tech issues with the mics, then we chat about social media for about 6 minutes before kicking into the podcast proper at about 8 minutes, but make sure you listen to it all as there is some gold in there for any of you who are keen to get some advice on how social media works.

All I can say about Smiling Mind and this episode, is that if you‚Äôve ever wanted ongoing peace and happiness in your life, you are actually really fucking close… I use this app and meditation in general about 5 times a week and the impact it‚Äôs made on my life is that big that it‚Äôs almost intangible. I wasn‚Äôt a cynic previously, but I just didn‚Äôt feel like it was for me, but after¬†setting myself the goal of starting with¬†4-5 sessions in 5 days I can honestly say that meditation and mindfulness will be a part of my life forever and I won‚Äôt look back, so thank you Smiling Mind.

Ever wanted to know the secret to happiness? Download our interview with the people at Smiling Mind meditation app. It’s changed my life.

Enjoy

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Blue King Brown back with fresh new jams & hitting the road! #BornFree

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Blue King Bring - Pyramid Rock Festival. Image credit: Dan Wilkinson (Hot & Delicious Group).

Wow… lovin’ this wicked new reggae jam by the crew at Blue King Brown… Can’t wait to catch-up with Carlo and Nat tomorrow night for the ‘Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet’ podcast!

Fresh from a couple of concerts with UB40 last weekend, this week sees Nattali Rize performing several rare acoustic shows in both Melbourne (Thursday 11th December РThe Espy) and Sydney (Friday 12th December РThe Factory), hitting the stage with Jamaican reggae revival star, Chronixx

Then in mid-January the band hit the road to launch their third studio album¬†Born Free¬†and I for one, like many of the Blue King Brown fans around the globe no doubt, can’t wait to see them live again!

“It’s been an upful year of creative exploration in the studio, and with the new album now out there in the world, we are pumped to return to the stage with the full force¬†live show.”¬†lead singer, Nattali Rize states, with BKB co founder Carlo adding¬†The world system is pushing us harder, and harder, driving it‚Äôs oppressive boot deeper and deeper onto¬†the people, we must holdfast, be the light in what has become a dark reality for many. Do not forget the downtrodden! Reclaim your mind, mental slavery, debt slavery is¬†alive and kicking, we sing and speak against these things, bringing a positive vibration, being the balance, that is what our shows and music is about.”

My heart & mind hold¬†many special memories of seeing Blue King Brown¬†live including rockin’ shows at Big Day Out, shooting them live for triple j at Pyramid Rock and many many more. Pretty damn excited!

BLUE KING BROWN – BORN FREE ALBUM LAUNCH
GIG/TIX DETAILS
THU 15 Jan, 2015 – Melbourne
Hi-Fi, Melbourne VIC
125 Swanston St, Melbourne
FRI 16 Jan,  2015 РSydney
The Metro, Sydney NSW
624 George Street, Sydney
All ages welcome
SAT 17 Jan, 2015 – RAdelaide
The Gov, Adelaide SA
59 Port Road, Hindmarsh

Blue King Bring – Pyramid Rock Festival. Image credit: Dan Wilkinson (Hot & Delicious Group).

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Aussie comedian Wil Anderson stops by Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet

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‘Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet’ podcast series

Interview #10 ‚ÄstWil Anderson (comedian)

This is fuckin’ epic! The irony of me working in social media for a living and building a career in the digital world is that nowadays I’m not a believer of idolizing celebrities¬†– gushing ’cause you got a photo with this person or shook the hand of that person… I actually don’t give a shit who anyone is or what they’re famous for, for me it’s all about experiences and creating a connection¬†with people.

Having said that, I’m sitting here in my castle in the sky on a beautiful sunny Melbourne day having just completed a 1.5 hour podcast chat with¬†Australian stand-up comedian, TV presenter, podcaster and¬†international jet-setter,¬†Wil Anderson, and I can honestly say I’m a little bit fuckin’ stoked.¬†

I’ve been enjoying Wil Anderson’s comedy and worldly insights¬†since the early 2000s when he¬†was the host of the hilarious Australian TV show on the¬†ABC called The Glasshouse and presenter on Australia’s national youth radio station triple j.

Wil Anderson‘s live stand-up shows at Melbourne International Comedy Festival¬†are one of the first that shows that I lock in to see every year ’cause like myself he has an unquenchable thirst for knowledge that he weaves in¬†with current events and these worldly insights¬†to make him¬†a wonderful story-teller and an interesting person to hang out with.

Now Wil and I have been chatting via Twitter/email for about 4-5 years and I originally hit him up a few years back¬†about getting involved in a series of federally and state government backed international music showcases called The Aussie BBQ,¬†which are¬†designed to export Australian music to the USA, UK and other global markets and I love it that someone who’s career I’ve enjoyed watching evolve¬†has¬†also made an impact on my own now too. Wil Anderson and Charlie Clausen’s podcast ‘TOFOP’¬†was one of the¬†first podcasts that I ever listened to¬†and that podcast, along with Greg Behrendt¬†&¬†Dave Anthony‘s ‘Walking The Room’¬†(RIP ūüė¶ ),¬†Dave Anthony and Gary Reynolds The Dollop’¬†(ha ha… sorry Gareth, I had to buddy! :D),¬†Jay Mohr’s ‘Mohr Stories’¬†and Kevin Smith‘s Smodcast world were¬†the fuel for my imagination that helped¬†bring the¬†‘Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet’ podcast to life. This podcast series is also now a key element of¬†my ultimate goal of being able to work from anywhere around the world with a¬†laptop and WiFi connection – hence the name¬†Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet – tying in my photography, music &¬†entertainment¬†industry contacts, the podcast, blog and¬†experience guiding global brands in how and where to play in social media,

What both¬†first time listeners and regular subscribers won’t know is that the¬†Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet¬†project¬†was originally inspired by¬†Yahoo‚Äôs¬†first ever journalist,¬†Kevin Sites, a American TV war correspondent who left the likes of¬†ABC/CNN/NBC¬†to travel around the globe covering 20 different war zones over the space of 365 days with a mixture of video, still photography and writing in a project called¬†‚ÄúIn The Hot Zone‚ÄĚ. Great read. You should check it out.

Anyway, this was a super chilled chat and we barely even touched the list of questions that I usually use as the framework for the ‘Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet’ podcast. Like all good conversations it flows and it’s all about the tangents. ‘Cause that’s where the gold comes in…

Enjoy! 

DW

Listen here:¬†Wil Anderson on’Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet’

Follow myself, Dan Wilkinson (Hot & Delicious) and Wil on Twitter or check out his podcast TOFOP and upcoming Australian and USA tour dates via wilanderson.com.au

Image courtesy of Wil Anderson

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Kickin’ it with LFRESH THE LION… Australia’s latest hip hop sensation

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Interview #9 ‚ÄstL-Fresh The Lion (Hiop Hop artist)

L Fresh The Lion has some sweet, sweet jams that have sparked the imagination of a nation getting some serious airplay of late and this is a guy who’s toured nationally with a whole swag of hip hop legends including the likes Chali 2na of Jurassic 5, Nas, Dead Prez and many more. Catching up and hanging out with him at my West Melbourne sound cave in the sky was an experience. Just beautiful.

A few¬†of the things that I’ve spent some time thinking about in the lead-up to this interview and since, is that I‚Äôve been fortunate enough in my life to have traveled to 6 out of 7 of our planet‚Äôs continents, I‚Äôve lived in 4 different countries thus far, studied 5 different languages, worked with and managed people from over a 100 different nationalities¬†and a range of ¬†cultures, but I, like all of us, still feel like I have so much to learn about my fellow man which is one of the big reasons why I created¬†this podcast.

This interview with L Fresh The Lion was amazing and reaffirming… he‚Äôs beautifully humble, chilled, strong within himself‚Ķ. and afterwards I just felt relaxed and that the world made more sense. Here‚Äôs a guy that many in our global community would say from external appearances is quite different to me.¬†He‚Äôs a Sikh, I don‚Äôt believe in god, I love the beers something chronic, he doesn‚Äôt drink, we both meditate, we both love, we both hurt, we‚Äôre both working hard to live a life doing what we love, ambitious and yet still living in the moment. Which to me actually makes us more the same ūüôā

What I see almost every day and what many of us fail to stop, recognize¬†and appreciate is that essentially as a species we‚Äôre all the same in so many ways. Our fear of those different to us and of the¬†unknown is where¬†prejudice is born, but once we take the time to look beyond colour, race, creed and actually get to know our fellow man the world is a different place, so I decided to¬†share¬†with you an excerpt from L Fresh The Lion‚Äôs YouTube blurb for the song he dropped earlier¬†this year ‚ÄėSurvive‚Äô.

This short passage taught me something new this week about L Fresh, his cultural background and a proportion of the Indian people living in our Australian community called Sikhs, a people and belief system that I can honestly say in my 38 years thus far I haven’t taken the time to learn more about until now.

“The Sikhs constitute about 14% of all people of Indian origin who have migrated to Australia (this figure is remarkable when it is considered that Sikhs only constitute about 2.5% of the total population in India)

Sikhs originated in the land of Punjab (which means the Land of Five Rivers). This land (Punjab) has been devided numerous times and currently is in the form of a number of states – Punjab (India), Punjab (Pakistan), Haryana (India), Himachal Pardesh (India) and Chandigarh (India).

These divisions of Punjab, caused due to socio-poliltical uncetainities and injustices to the Sikhs, forced them to move out of their home land, first to other parts of India and then to the neighbouring countries as well as across the continents.”

L Fresh and I¬†both recognize and embrace our differences. And that for me that‚Äôs what it‚Äôs all about,¬†‚Äėcause despite a few differences, before meeting him in person, during and afterwards I feel & felt connected to this dude – a kindred spirit if you will.

In the course of this ‘Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet‚Äô podcast interview, we chat we about life-changing trips to the northern India, the land of his forefathers, where the name L Fresh The Lion was born, his inspiration, influencers,¬†the most unexpected experiences in hidden temples in¬†Punjab and much, much more.

Hope you enjoy our little chat as much as I did ūüôā¬†

Free Download: L Fresh The Lion on’Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet’

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Failed video selfies :p

 

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Dan Wilkinson works as a Manager, Marketing Strategy & Analysis ‚Äď Social Media at SapientNitro Australia and is founder of music industry biz, Hot & Delicious Group.