Penny Elsley’s Welcome Dinner Project is transforming lives by bringing together international students, refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and established Australians for dinner. As they connect over food these groups of strangers are reminded of their common humanity. The resultant feeling of connection is, quite simply, changing lives.Read More »
Perth man Peter Sharp of Liberators International has become an internet sensation with footage of h…
Today’s Inspired story is a reminder you don’t necessarily have to launch a charity to be inspiring.…
Moira Kelly has saved the lives of hundreds of children and transformed the lives of thousands more …
Scott Dinsmore set the world on fire for thousands of people across the globe by encouraging them to…
At Inspired we really believe that what you focus on is what you get – so it’s well worth filling your head with the good stuff.
Inspired tracks down game changers, eco-warriors, growth gurus, peace makers and love spreaders - everyday people who have pushed aside their fears, stepped up and taken action for a cause in which they believe. We then write their stories and share them with the world.
We hope that these stories excite you with what’s possible, remind you of the awesomeness of humans and inspire you to step up and unleash your own brand of magic on the world. If everyone’s taking that extra step, just imagine the possibilities for nature, humanity, the planet.
We’re excited. Come join us on the Inspired journey.
The death of Karen Civello’s little brother as a child sparked a troubled life that sent her to the depths of drugs, alcohol, depression and cancer. But, through sheer strength of will Karen fought back to create a life characterised by wellness, nurturing and self-care.Read More »
Business coach Zoë Routh’s life work is about guiding others to live with wisdom and compassion. Here she reveals how her experience with cancer and dashed dreams of parenthood cemented the concepts of balance, authenticity, values and opening your eyes to life’s everyday wonders.Read More »
Qynn Beardman swapped his leafy green home in Margaret River for the red dust of the Pilbara in Western Australia’s desert north with a dream of transforming Aboriginal kids’ lives through music.Read More »
Nick Seneca Jankel’s quest to determine how people can feel good and live life as the best version of themselves has taken him from the hallowed halls of Cambridge University to the homelands of African tribes. He delivers his learnings in a style renowned for combining science with traditional wisdom, without the woo woo.Read More »
Foster mother Sharon Greenock has cared for some 20 foster children and welcomed four of them into her home permanently, alongside her three biological children. What drives someone to open their heart and their home to children who’ve been removed from their families because the Family Court rules it unsafe?Read More »
At just 19 years of age Emma Crane has become a fierce human rights advocate, investing countless hours into an Ethical Living Challenge in her bid to improve conditions for the disadvantaged.Read More »
An Australian skateboarder is injecting new life and hope into the lives of Afghan children wearied by war.Read More »
As the mother of a 16-year-old son with autism, Clara Harris has embarked on a mission to help others living with disabilities and depression by sharing her own often raw, painful and life-enriching experiences. In doing so she is capturing the hearts of those she meets with her warmth, love and honesty.Read More »
May Doncon fled her homeland as a child in fear for her life and has gone on to prove refugees can contribute greatly to their new countries.Read More »