204 posts by Kylie Lewis

In The Company Podcast Kemi Nekvapil The Gift of Asking

In this podcast episode of In The Company we talk with coach, speaker and author Kemi Nekvapil about her new book, The Gift of Asking.

Rachel Service The Happiness Conceirge In The Company Podcast

In this podcast episode of In The Company we chat with the Happiness Concierge, Rachel Service about how to take care of ourselves at work, use our words and say ‘no’ without the guilt.

In The Company Podcast Carolyn Tate The Purpose Project

In this podcast episode, we’re In The Company of Carolyn Tate, author, business school founder and conscious capitalist. Here we talk with Carolyn about her latest book, The Purpose Project and the impeative a working on purpose with purpose.

In The Company Podcast Insights on Humanising Work with Kylie Lewis Of Kin

Welcome to Of Kin’s new podcast, In The Company: Insights On Humanising Work with Kylie Lewis. Here we explore how we work from the inside out in our everyday working lives. This is Episode 1, an introduction by Kylie Lewis about why this podcast exists.

You may have once been asked a question, ‘What would you do if you only had a month to live?’ What might your answer be? Ponder that. Now, let’s take it one step further, and ask, what might you do if you were diagnosed with Stage 4 Lymphoma, were in hospital and given a week […]

I’ve only ever once shouted to a man across an isle, ‘hey, nice balls!’ and that was when I saw Sam Davy’s edgy, graphic-designed soccer balls on show at a boutique trade fair earlier this year. But the design of Sam’s soccer balls was only the beginning of his story. Turns out, Sam’s company PARK […]

Earlier this year Polly Shanahan quit her day job in a very public facing customer service role, and retreated to the solitude of her workshop to put to use the woodworking skills her handyman father taught her. The result is Wah Works, an online store selling wooden objects handmade by Polly, from reclaimed and sustainable […]

When Natasha Morgan drove to Daylesford in regional Victoria dreaming of purchasing a weekender for her young family, her life paradoxically both fell apart and fell into place. Natasha is trained as both an architect and landscape architect, and pulling up the driveway of Oak and Monkey Puzzle with its wide spaces, colonial plantings and […]

Wise words on vulnerability

Over the last few years several people have mentioned the work of Irish poet David Whyte. But only in the last few weeks have his words found their way to me, and finally landed with impact. David is a rare find, straddling both poetry and business. He is the author of several poetry books and […]

Nice. Normal. Comfortable. Safe. Our desire to fit in, stabilise, predict and control is both our social conditioning and biological programming. It’s what we strive for. And yet my coaching experience shows me that when we hold that up as the gold standard for our entire lives, we can lose ourselves in the process. In […]