My guest today is, simply put, capital A, amazing.
Trish Morosin is an actor, writer and producer among other things.
What I admire most about Trish is all she has overcome to bring her creative vision to life.
Thirty, season 1, premiered in May 2017 as a 6-part web series. While season 2 has been filmed, Trish along with her fellow producers Madeline MacRae (who stars as Jess) and Sarah de Possesse (who stars as Bianca) still need to raise funds in order to have the show released.
Their goal is reach $20K in crowd-sourced funding and they have less than 20 days to do it!
You can help #teamthirty by making a pledge via their Pozible page here.
Here’s your chance to make a different. It’s all or nothing for Trish – you have to admire such creative bravery.
I certainly do.
If you haven’t already watched Thirty season 1 you can get yourself all caught up here:
I’ve known him as someone who has dedicated his life to searching, exploring and learning. I often think of Jason as someone who, in his quiet moments, is listening for that original frequency that rang out in the moments just before the Big Bang because there might be something there that tells us something about ourselves.
Whatever he does, he does it with a serious and an all consuming intent. He lives very intensely and I was grateful for the opportunity to sit down and talk to him about the stories from his life that has shaped his path.
We go all over the map during this chat and I was pedalling fast to keep up. Jason speaks with a very considered and deliberate cadence yet beneath the calm surface is a mind that’s going at warp speed.
Every time I sit down to record with someone I find out something new. In this episode, I’m grateful to some advice from soon-to-be guest, Jason Dibbs, for telling me to always have a Plan B when recording.
Today with Sheree there was a moment when I could have given up, could have said, ‘Sorry Sheree, this just isn’t going to happen in exactly the way I want it to.’
But that’s not what happened.
This is a podcast about people who find a way, despite the obstacles, no matter what it takes.
When I met up with Sheree we face background sound issues, memory card storage space issues and my own inexperience as a podcaster. We found a way though.
So around the 22, 23 minute mark of this pod when there’s a distinct change in the quality of audio, STICK WITH IT. What Sheree has to tell us is worth it.
Her story is filled with courage and commitment. She is not afraid to make bold moves in her life, to take a risk.
This is a great chat and I’m honoured that Sheree would share her stories with me.
Do it up.
You can catch up with Sheree and what’s she’s up to here: