Deakin Startups Podcast presented by Daizy Maan, and Co-Produced by Eleanor Harel & Diletta Legowo

If you’re curious about startups and want to learn how to transform your dreams to reality, The Deakin Startups Podcast has got you covered. In our fortnightly episodes, you’ll get to meet founders and innovators from our community and discover the in-and-outs, challenges and pro-tips from those who have been there before.

  • The Four Types of Founders with Olga Hogan

    The Four Types of Founders with Olga Hogan

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    In this episode we’re speaking to Investor Relations Strategist and Business Coach, Olga Hogan, about the Four Types of Founders. Olga introduces us to these founder-types using the DISC framework that facilitates the long-term resilience and perseverance required of a start-up founder. It can also be used by founders to better delegate their roles and responsibilities as well as give them a tool which enables better hires and find co-founders.

    When on your entrepreneurial journey, you’re also experiencing a journey of self-discovery; a chance to get to know yourself and understand the way you interact with the world. One way to delve into this is through the DISC methodology and understanding your natural energy.

    Before listening to the podcast, you may wish to undertake a quick DISC assessment (free and no sign-up required) on Olga’s website. It takes up to 10 minutes and it will help give you more context while listening to the podcast episode – https://www.rsvantage.com/spark

  • Podcast Launch Party- Conquering the Crisis

    Podcast Launch Party- Conquering the Crisis

    with Demi Kotsoris (The Millennial Crisis)

    In this fun chat, Demi and Daizy discuss their shared experiences and learnings from their respective career paths and how they conquered some of the most challenging obstacles commonly faced by young people today.

    Listen to "Podcast Launch Party- Conquering the Crisis with Demi Kotsoris (The Millennial Crisis)" on Spreaker.

    This episode  was recorded during our Podcast Launch Party & it has been shared unedited to allow you to share in the experience of the event. 

    In this episode we’re speaking to Demi Kotsoris from The Millennial Crisis Podcast, a show for forward thinkers seeking change through career, culture & open-minded conversations. She is a workshop facilitator & Digital Consultant. She graduated from Deakin in 2016 with a degree in Business & Commerce. 

    In this fun chat, Demi and Daizy discuss their shared experiences and learnings from their respective career paths and how they conquered some of the most challenging obstacles commonly faced by young people today. 

    Want to learn more about Demi? Check out her Instagram @demikotsoris & podcast, The Millennial Crisis. 

  • Trailer

    Trailer

    Hello! Welcome to the Deakin Startups Podcast. Launching on 27 August, 2020. Listen to the show trailer to hear what we're all about!

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    Hello! Welcome to the Deakin Startups Podcast.

    If you’re curious about startups and want to learn how to transform your dreams to reality, The Deakin Startups Podcast has got you covered. You’ll get to meet founders and innovators from our community and discover the in-and-outs, challenges and pro-tips from those who have been there before. Get to know your host Daizy Maan and what we’re all about in this intro episode of the series.

    Many of these episodes are recorded with a live audience at our fortnightly startup chats. If you’d like to join, please subscribe to our newsletter by heading to our website https://spark.deakin.edu.au/ so you don’t miss out on the next one.

    Looking forward to learning, growing, and creating together.

    The Deakin Startups Podcast is hosted by Daizy Maan and co-produced by Diletta Legowo & Eleanor Harel at SPARK Deakin, Deakin University, a startup program that’s creating a thriving future built by entrepreneurs and innovators.

    The background music in this episode, which you’ll get to hear regularly in future episodes, is by Menachem Engel