5 Popular Australian Speakers In Different Fields Posted By: Michael Folgers This here a list of 5 Australian speakers that are well-known and prominent in their different careers and professions. These people are not perfect by any means, but I found their life stories interesting and insightful enough. No matter what type of industry you are in, I hope you can learn a thing or two from these famous personalities in Australia. Sam Kekovich As a former Australian rules football player himself, Sam is a well-known personality in the sports arena. His years of playing football garnered him a series of awards and recognitions — from being a top goalkicker with 56 goals, one of the best and fairest awardees, and having a major role in his club’s first premiership win. Due to an injury, his games became fewer and fewer, though he still made himself active in other non-football activities. Sam’s retirement in the football field led him to become a media personality afterwards. His career as a media personality and as a former football player is filled with a lot of controversial behavior, but this only made him an interesting speaker and personality.

Jeff Kennett Beat Depression And Stress With Exercise Posted By: Graeme Lanham John Howard, the Prime Minister of Australia, would have arguably one of the most stressful and demanding jobs in the country. Yet he still finds time for his daily fitness walk. He regards exercise and fitness as an important part of his daily timetable and sticks to this morning schedule no matter where he is. This message from the top highlights the critical importance of exercise in combating stress, anxiety and depression. We all know how important exercise is for weight loss, cardiovascular health, combating diabetes and maintaining a high level of fitness. Our bodies are designed to be active and any program that enhances this is beneficial to our health. Activities that boost our fitness can range from gardening and walking to sports including tennis and swimming up to the extreme sports, including high altitude mountain climbing. According to exercise physiologist Chris Tzar, exercise is now considered a primary treatment for mild and moderate depression. Jeff Kennett, a former Premier of Victoria, is now chairman of Beyond Blue, an Australian depression initiative. He also stresses the importance of exercise and fitness in beating depression.








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