The Transformationist with Tash McGill
By Tash McGill
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I'm Tash McGill, welcome to The Transformationist. This podcast is dedicated to real stories and conversations of transformation. These are the strategies, stories and experiences that can help you shape transformation in your own life – whether in business, relationships or for personal growth.
||Clean016 - Joel Diaz: Becoming Cuban||This is Joel Diaz, a Cuban American who grew up in a third culture space - his Cuban-born parents carved out a Spanish speaking life in America while Joel crosses fluently between both worlds. Until recently, he'd never been home but now that he has, we||2/10/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean015 - Richie Hardcore: How to Real Talk||Meet Richie Hardcore. He's an educator, advocate and former Muay Thai champion. But having interviewed him, I'd describe him as a lifelong learner who is consistently evolving and sharing that journey with others. He's a genuine advocate for diversity,||2/3/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean014 - Elle Campbell: Experimenteur's Way||Meet Elle Campbell, business owner, entrepreneur and creative type. Her energy and commitment to making great stuff people can use is infectious, but for her pathway to running a successful business might take you by surprise. Elle shares lessons from h||1/28/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean013 - Mark Oestreicher: Recalibration - A Third Phase of Work||Meet Mark Oestreicher, a leader and instigator within his field. In this episode we talk frankly about the transformations in his career - from leading large organisations to being let go, starting something new and the transformation into the third pha||1/21/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean012 - The Producer Notes with Michael Yoder||I'm Tash, The Transformationist. In this season summary, join me and my producer Michael Yoder for a behind the scenes conversation about where the podcast started, our highlights and reflections on the first season of The Transformationist where heartb||12/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean011 - Michael Frost: In The Shift||This is Michael Frost, a writer and speaker in the areas of theology, spirituality and social change. In this episode we dive into another story of spiritual deconstruction and reconstruction: discussing the power dynamics of modern religion and Michael||12/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean010 -Al Keating: Not Your Typical Chief Executive||Meet Al Keating. You might say he’s not your typical chief executive, and that his path to this role has not included the standard succession of swivel chairs and over-priced fountain pens. With the exception of an 18-month hiatus during which he had||12/9/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit009 - Daryl Habraken: Locker Room Talk||This is Daryl Habraken, actor and cinematographer. In this episode we continue on the theme of mental wellness, as Daryl shares from his experience first realising he was experiencing depression and his proactive method of managing his health. We talk a||12/2/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean008 - Juliagrace: Beautiful Survivor||Meet Juliagrace. As an award winning singer/songwriter and speaker, life was pretty good - at least, that's how it seemed. Outside of her control, life got turned upside down and then she found herself facing a mental wellness crisis. Since then, she's||11/26/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean007 - Frank Ritchie: Crisis in the Chapel||Meet Rev. Frank Ritchie. A few years ago, Frank went to Israel and Palestine as part of his work with an aid organisation. Through crisis, what was an intellectual curiosity in a different form of spirituality became a necessity through his experience.||11/19/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean006 - Libby Moon: Broken Hearts and Baking Bread||Meet Libby Moon. A broken heart led her on a journey of healing and rediscovering life; a life full of welcoming people to her table and baking bread, sourdough specifically. Her tender journey will inspire you in the kitchen but also in how to face gri||11/11/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean005 - Jeff Crabtree: Creativity and Transformation||Jeff Crabtree is a musician, writer, producer and all-round creative force. His work in the areas of creativity, living with a creative mind and the creative workforce sees him in high demand as a speaker and consultant around the world. In this bumper||11/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean004 - Catherine Sylvester, From Control to Confidence||Catherine Sylvester is an award winning radio announcer, actress and TV presenter. Her story of transformation from alcohol addiction and other substitutions is really a story of finding an inner confidence that matches the outer. You can find Catherine||10/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean003 - Nick Roach, Football to Fatherhood||For Nick Roach, a career-ending injury opened doors to exploring and designing a life with intention. In this episode, Nick shares his journey to the NFL and how he navigated through recovery to determine what life might look like next. Check ou||10/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean002 - David Hayward, 'and Then I Changed my Mind.'||David Hayward, otherwise known as the Naked Pastor, was an ordained minister for more than 20 years. During that time he began a very personal and public journey through changing his mind and now leads an online community for people examining and explor||10/10/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean001 - Meg Cowan, Future Girl vs Sick Girl||In this episode, Meg Cowan talks about life running her business and trying to make a difference in the world and how it wasn't always that way. After dealing with a diagnosis of chronic pain and fibromyalgia for nearly ten years, a change in thinkin||10/9/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
I’ve loved getting to know Tash’s guests on The Transformationist. The stories they have and the lessons they learned are incredibly interesting. This is illuminated all the more through Tash’s ability to ask thoughtful and provoking questions and to make connections between stories and shared experiences for the listeners. Tash has a natural ability to draw out her guests authentic stories and to draw the listener in. I’ve gained many nuggets that I can take back to my own journey of transformation, and have left each podcast with more than a few quotable moments! I’m really loving where Tash is taking us on this journey and I am excited to hear more from her future guests!
Truly transformative stories
I love this focus of this podcast — transformation!!! The stories I’ve heard are diverse and poignant in today’s world. Excited for what’s to come for this podcast.
Tash dives in and has some amazing converstaitons with some great guest. Looking forward to whats to come.