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OneUp Project

  • "Scrap the Spark" Understanding the Science of Compatibility & Connection

    17 JUN. 2024 · Navigating the modern dating landscape can be a challenge, but understanding the science of compatibility can make all the difference. In this episode, we delve into the world of deep connections with https://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-heazlewood/d, the entrepreneur behind the newest dating app, https://www.theamorapp.com/. Things we discuss in this episode: - Emily's journey into the dating app industry and what sparked her interest. - The limitations of traditional dating apps and how Amor addresses them. - Tackling the criticism that technology impedes deep connections. - Why people today struggle with forming relationships, both romantic and platonic. - Building long-lasting, meaningful solutions in the dating scene. - Unexpected learnings about user behavior and dating habits. - Navigating the competitive startup scene and staying consistent. - Predictions for the future of dating apps and matchmaking technology. Find Amor on https://www.instagram.com/amorappco/ Keen to learn more about personal growth, career and money?   Find me on https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ orhttps://www.tiktok.com/@theoneupproject   Want to achieve your financial goals?   https://www.livelively.co.nz/product-page/digital-financial-planner   Thanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and we will chat in the next episode.   Want to get in touch directly?   sarah@theoneupproject.nz   DISCLAIMER: The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
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  • Breadcrumb 66 - How a charity prioritises where they put their money w/ UNICEF

    12 JUN. 2024 · UNICEF are the largest childrens charity in the world and have a responsibility to driving impact within some of the worlds most devestating problems. In this episode we dissect the concept of using business as a tool for good with CEO of UNICEF Aotearoa, Michelle Sharp. At https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 66 is from the episode - "Driving Impact & Empowering Change w/ CEO of UNICEF Aotearoa". Listen to the full episode on https://open.spotify.com/episode/6uhtHgmEJQHDe9UIRu33TS?si=fc5ba90951b64b6d or https://podcasts.apple.com/nz/podcast/the-oneup-project/id1489884116?i=1000622200184 Keen to learn more about personal growth, career and money? Find me on https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ orhttps://www.tiktok.com/@theoneupproject Want to achieve your financial goals? https://www.livelively.co.nz/product-page/digital-financial-planner Thanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and we will chat in the next episode. Want to get in touch directly? sarah@theoneupproject.nz DISCLAIMER: The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
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  • Managing Financial Volatility & Changes in Income in 2024

    10 JUN. 2024 · Income volatility is something I have dealt with ever since I became a freelancer and my income started to change every month. Managing change in the $$'s is core to my financial routine and something so many can relate to as we navigate inflation, recession and a cost of living crisis. This episode is my entire thought process and practical tips for moving through the struggle effortlessly! Things we discuss in this episode: - My financial lifestlye over previous years - Why my income hasn't been consistent for over 2 years! - How I manage so much financial volatility - How anyone can learn to manage ups and downs in their income - Is freelancing the right career for you?  - How to achieve the best of all worlds and hit your $$ goals Other things we discuss: - https://www.moneytalks.co.nz/ - https://open.spotify.com/episode/5aHe03hU3VurI71GOhXnE1?si=c6387a283fdd4557 - https://open.spotify.com/episode/3vPHg3jD4tlwe3ckp7xy0C?si=9738da8eb2e64c06 - https://open.spotify.com/episode/6Ntp4FDTZujN3gioI3uyam?si=68f2c93f8bb0416a Keen to learn more about personal growth, career and money?   Find me on https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ orhttps://www.tiktok.com/@theoneupproject   Want to achieve your financial goals?   https://www.livelively.co.nz/product-page/digital-financial-planner   Thanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and we will chat in the next episode.   Want to get in touch directly?   sarah@theoneupproject.nz   DISCLAIMER: The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
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  • Breadcrumb 65 - Fear and taking action often need to exist at the same time

    5 JUN. 2024 · https://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-gatfield-jeffries/?originalSubdomain=nz is a women of influence and a person thinking creatively about how to enable more women to live life without limits. Moodi exists to create science-backed blends that elevate your wellness and cater to the gaps where women have often been forgotten.  At https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 65 is from the episode - "Championing Intersectional Diversity through Wellness Supplements w/ Moodi". Listen to the full episode on https://open.spotify.com/episode/7iVlB3ViqrvkaCOLQM40qq?si=d51f2c4b38104a04 or https://podcasts.apple.com/nz/podcast/the-oneup-project/id1489884116?i=1000629944374 Keen to learn more about personal growth, career and money? Find me on https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ orhttps://www.tiktok.com/@theoneupproject Want to achieve your financial goals? https://www.livelively.co.nz/product-page/digital-financial-planner Thanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and we will chat in the next episode. Want to get in touch directly? sarah@theoneupproject.nz DISCLAIMER: The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
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  • Making Home Ownership More Accessible with Slice Software

    3 JUN. 2024 · Today we sit down with https://www.linkedin.com/in/amystevensslice/, the visionary founder of https://www.slicetobuy.com/, to explore her mission of reducing barriers to homeownership through education and innovative pathways. Amy shares her journey from witnessing her mother’s struggles with securing a new home to founding a revolutionary platform dedicated to making homeownership accessible to all. Check out https://www.slicetobuy.com/ Check out https://www.gravy.insure/ In this episode we discuss; - Amy's vision of creating a world where everyone has the opportunity to own a home and secure their financial future. - The motivation behind focusing on property and homeownership. - Key considerations in building an accessible platform like Slice. - Challenges and barriers faced when starting Slice. - Leveraging technology to make the home buying experience more accessible and user-friendly. - Amy's advice for other founders and business owners aiming to change the world. Keen to learn more about personal growth, career and money?   Find me on https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ orhttps://www.tiktok.com/@theoneupproject   Want to achieve your financial goals?   https://www.livelively.co.nz/product-page/digital-financial-planner   Thanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and we will chat in the next episode.   Want to get in touch directly?   sarah@theoneupproject.nz   DISCLAIMER: The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
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  • Breadcrumb 64 - How to start a business when you hate taking risks!

    29 MAY. 2024 · https://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-gatfield-jeffries/?originalSubdomain=nz is a women of influence and a person thinking creatively about how to enable more women to live life without limits. Moodi exists to create science-backed blends that elevate your wellness and cater to the gaps where women have often been forgotten.  At https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 64 is from the episode - "Championing Intersectional Diversity through Wellness Supplements w/ Moodi". Listen to the full episode on https://open.spotify.com/episode/7iVlB3ViqrvkaCOLQM40qq?si=d51f2c4b38104a04 or https://podcasts.apple.com/nz/podcast/the-oneup-project/id1489884116?i=1000629944374 Keen to learn more about personal growth, career and money? Find me on https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ orhttps://www.tiktok.com/@theoneupproject Want to achieve your financial goals? https://www.livelively.co.nz/product-page/digital-financial-planner Thanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and we will chat in the next episode. Want to get in touch directly? sarah@theoneupproject.nz DISCLAIMER: The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
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  • Dealing With Change & Volatility in Routine While Travelling

    27 MAY. 2024 · As I embark on my new one-way flight adventire, I have come across some feelings of isolation, lonliness insecurity and more! Leaving 'home' and a comfort zone to explore the unknown is always scary and a little unsettling. These days, I feel like I have a much better handle on how to manage these emotions and I want to share thatr journey with you today. Things we discuss in this episode: - Current travel plans - What am I doing for work? How am I earning money? - What is my goal with travel - How I navigate moving around so much and volatility in routine - How I deal with feeling lonely  Keen to learn more about personal growth, career and money?   Find me on https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ orhttps://www.tiktok.com/@theoneupproject   Want to achieve your financial goals?   https://www.livelively.co.nz/product-page/digital-financial-planner   Thanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and we will chat in the next episode.   Want to get in touch directly?   sarah@theoneupproject.nz   DISCLAIMER: The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
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  • Breadcrumb 63 - How to use the tool of business for good w/ UNICEF

    22 MAY. 2024 · UNICEF are the largest childrens charity in the world and have a responsibility to driving impact within some of the worlds most devestating problems. In this episode we dissect the concept of using business as a tool for good with CEO of UNICEF Aotearoa, Michelle Sharp. At https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 63 is from the episode - "Driving Impact & Empowering Change w/ CEO of UNICEF Aotearoa". Listen to the full episode on https://open.spotify.com/episode/6uhtHgmEJQHDe9UIRu33TS?si=fc5ba90951b64b6d or https://podcasts.apple.com/nz/podcast/the-oneup-project/id1489884116?i=1000622200184 Keen to learn more about personal growth, career and money? Find me on https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ orhttps://www.tiktok.com/@theoneupproject Want to achieve your financial goals? https://www.livelively.co.nz/product-page/digital-financial-planner Thanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and we will chat in the next episode. Want to get in touch directly? sarah@theoneupproject.nz DISCLAIMER: The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
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  • Building a Strong Community Online & Becoming a Marketing Expert

    20 MAY. 2024 · https://www.linkedin.com/in/chanel-clark-155630b0/ is a seasoned marketing professional and strategist who recently led the marketing for Ārepa, a disruptive Brainfood technology company, and gained a huge community of marketers as she shared her authentic learnings along the way. As the founder of https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-marketing-club-au-nz/, a community of over 4,500 members, Chanel is also passionate about community and has built one of the most engaged professional groups I have ever seen. Things we discuss in this episode: - Key elements over the last 10 years that have shaped Chanel’s career  - Chanel's “why” behind her career choices. - How Chanel plans to leave the industry better and the role of community-building in this vision. - The Marketing Club (TMC): Reasons behind founding TMC. - The importance of vulnerability in Chanel’s career and its impact on communities. - Challenges of taking unconventional paths and the role of community support in overcoming them. Keen to learn more about personal growth, career and money?   Find me on https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ orhttps://www.tiktok.com/@theoneupproject   Want to achieve your financial goals?   https://www.livelively.co.nz/product-page/digital-financial-planner   Thanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and we will chat in the next episode.   Want to get in touch directly?   sarah@theoneupproject.nz   DISCLAIMER: The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
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  • Breadcrumb 62 - How to create a product that is accessible and innovative

    15 MAY. 2024 · https://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-gatfield-jeffries/?originalSubdomain=nz is a women of influence and a person thinking creatively about how to enable more women to live life without limits. Moodi exists to create science-backed blends that elevate your wellness and cater to the gaps where women have often been forgotten.  At https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ we believe in being curious and taking a little bit of value from everyone, so welcome to the breadcrumb series. Where we get bite sized amounts of previous episodes and can hear a new perspective in less than 5 minutes. Breadcrumb 62 is from the episode - "Championing Intersectional Diversity through Wellness Supplements w/ Moodi". Listen to the full episode on https://open.spotify.com/episode/7iVlB3ViqrvkaCOLQM40qq?si=d51f2c4b38104a04 or https://podcasts.apple.com/nz/podcast/the-oneup-project/id1489884116?i=1000629944374 Keen to learn more about personal growth, career and money? Find me on https://www.instagram.com/theoneupproject/ orhttps://www.tiktok.com/@theoneupproject Want to achieve your financial goals? https://www.livelively.co.nz/product-page/digital-financial-planner Thanks so much for your support and listening it means so much to me. Please leave a rating or review if you’re enjoying and we will chat in the next episode. Want to get in touch directly? sarah@theoneupproject.nz DISCLAIMER: The OneUp Project is an educational platform that provides information that is general in nature. There may be opinions or an individuals experience within this resource that should not be considered as recommendations or personal advice. Everyone’s financial situation is so different and you must use the information within this resource at your own risk. Please complete your own due diligence before making any decisions based on the information in this resource. I am not a financial advisor and if you require expert advice please seek advice from a professional.
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Everyone should have the freedom to make decisions with their own life. Whether that is about your money, career or lifestyle, this community wants you to have freedom too and we work towards it together every week.

Join me, Sarah Kelsey and guests every Tuesday to explore a different perspective that ignites your curiosity and builds your insight on the world, so you too can get the OneUp on your previous self.
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