Reframe of Mind

Episode 28: Who is Lucy Bloom?

Conference speaker, author, dance floor starter.

Lucy Bloom, Author of Get The Girls Out

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How curious are you?

 

 

Do you tend to focus on what can go wrong, or fantasise about what could go right, and if you make a mistake, do you tend to beat yourself up or take it as an opportunity to learn?

 

 

Letting go of the need to be in control of every detail can be hard, especially when there’s a lot riding on the outcome, but what if letting go of control brought even more of what you wanted than you could ever have imagined?

 

 

Award-winning keynote speaker and author, Lucy Bloom, chats to Louise and Andy about the lessons life has served up for her in business and in dealing with her disability. In a bold realisation, Lucy realised that she has just as much control over what can go right as opposed to what could go wrong, which shifted her perspective on what it means to just get in and have a go.

 

 

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Lucy Bloom, Author of Get The Girls Out

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Guests this episode:

Award-winning inspirational speaker, consulting CEO and author.

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Show Notes

Here’s some extra things you might not know about our guests, as well as some of the things mentioned during the episode.

Lucy Bloom

Lucy Bloom is an Australian writer, speaker and management consultant who explores the topics of leadership, communication, changing the world and creative thinking.

 

She has worked as Chief Executive Officer of Sunrise Cambodia and is the former CEO of Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia. 

 

Lucy’s strengths are in digital marketing, branding, story telling and fundraising. She has achieved online audiences in their millions and was Australia’s first person to be named in the world’s top 30 #socialceos.

 

Her charitable work has transformed lives in Australia and overseas, and her top-selling memoir, Get the Girls Out, was published by HarperCollins in 2019.

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Lucy shares her stories and insights with an auditorium full of librarians in this keynote speech:

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Check out all the guests who appear this season:

Former Australian Diamonds Head Coach, now head of high performance and assistant coach for the London Pulse

Award-winning inspirational speaker, consulting CEO and author.

Board Director, Mentor. Mother, Entrepreneurial thinker and innovative strategist. Empowerer of women.

World-leading Australian neuroscientist in occupational therapy and stroke rehabilitation and recovery research.

Co-founder and Managing Director of Thankyou.

Australian social psychologist, currently Scientia Professor at the University of New South Wales, Sydney.

Diversity trans-relator, educator, life coach, speaker and consultant. 

Best-selling author, entrepreneur and global presenter.

Wellbeing Educator specialising in prevention of burnout and empathy fatigue.

Business expert, best-selling author and international keynote speaker on mastering the power of mindsets.

Highly-awarded cognitive neuropsychologist at the Brain and Mind Centre at the University of Sydney.

Founder and CEO of LAJOIE SKIN, qualified and experienced chemist, marketer with a passion for sustainability and the dance floor.

Internationally recognised public speaker, educator and researcher on high performance.

Experienced senior executive and board director with an international track record of leading teams to address complex challenges.

Professor of Entrepreneurship, La Trobe Business School, La Trobe University.

Inspirational speaker & performance coach turning near death into durability model of strength, self-esteem, overcoming adversity.

Highly experienced strategist, leadership champion and expert in the area of human potential.

Yorta Yorta/Ngarrindjeri man, Australian Indigenous Comic Con Director, Founder of Indiginerd popculture company.

Director of Positive Minds Australia, widely published Author of Resilience, Wellbeing, Confidence & Social Emotional Intelligence.

Associate Head of Learning and Teaching in Psychology, Director of Postgraduate Professional Training Programs in Counselling and Psychology.

Australian doctor, lawyer, scientist and disability advocate.

Pilot, mentor and motivational speaker with an inspiring story and message of resilience.

Author and coach on resilience in the face of stress, anxiety and fear created by a life changing diagnosis.

Senior Lecturer and Deputy Clinical Director with the School of Psychological Science at UWA.

Australia’s very own ‘Dr Happy‘, at the forefront of the positive psychology movement and founder of The Happiness Institute.

Ultramarathon runner, Maori Sportswoman of the Year (2008), 2 x best-selling author. 

Australian expert on mental health, Director of The Matilda Centre for Research in Mental Health and Substance Use, Principal Research Fellow at the University of Sydney.

Award-winning performer, comedian, author, educator and broadcaster.

Professor of the Department of Psychology, Director of the Music, Sound and Performance Lab at Macquarie University.

New Zealnad explorer, public speaker and best-selling author.

Queer, non-binary, Jewish writer, performer, activist and public speaker based in Naarm/ Birraranga / Melbourne.

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