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The Blow Up: Three things to do after an interview to extend its reach and life.

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In this episode of The Penny Drop, Penny talks about something that the Aurora Australis (The Southern Lights) and interviews have in common - yep, she links a natural phenomenon with our ability to be a better guest. Strangely the link isn't as tenuous as you'd think!


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I love both sides of a conversation - equally. 

I know powerful questions leverage powerful stories. 

As such, I'm all about helping people and organisations to ask better questions, share better stories, and create better systems to make it easy (and interesting) for people to engage with who you are, what you do and why it matters. 

I spent more than a decade as an ABC radio presenter, I host and produce multiple-award-winning podcasts, and deliver keynotes, workshops and executive coaching services across the globe. 

I'm also the co-founder of for-purpose company Healthy Tasmania which I started with my awesome sister Lucy Byrne. Together we provide a range of services to help solve common problems that prevent people, communities and organisations from thriving.

I've always wanted to be a rockstar and now sing to my kids (and colleagues) whenever I get the chance. 

I'd love to sit down with you and find the right way to use better questions, better stories and better systems to solve your engagement problems.

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