High performance with Joe Sprange

Joe Sprange

My name is Joe Sprange. I’m a husband, dad, business owner, triathlete, U9 rugby coach and I love talking to people.I started running in fun runs when I was six and I’ve recently completed my 50th triathlon. I’ve worked in Advertising and Marketing, but now I own my own personal training business. My goal is to be the best I can be as a husband, dad, triathlete, boss, coach, so I love asking others I respect those secrets on how they got to be where they are today. My passion is about finding the key to unlock potential. So that’s what my podcast is all about. I interview everyday people who perform at extraordinary high levels and collect a bunch of those keys and share them with you. This is High Performance with Joe Sprange, hit subscribe now to stay up to date with our latest podcasts.” read less

High Performance with Joe Sprange - Joe Sprange
09-02-2022
High Performance with Joe Sprange - Joe Sprange
Welcome to High Performance with Joe Sprange. But today we have swung the mic around and it’s time to interview the podcaster. Time to get to know Joe Sprange.  I am Mandy Scammell and it was my great honour to interview Joe for this Podcast. One day when we were planning Joey’s podcast he asked me if I’d consider interviewing him.  “Sure thing but can I ask why?” I answered.  “Because I want to understand how my guests feel” Joey replied.  And that’s’ Joe. He aims to correct mediocrity by delivering optimal results by being a master of learning.  I asked some of Joe’s colleagues and friends for a word to sum him up I received “inspirational” “enthusiastic” “committed” “authentic” and “uplifting”. And after listening to this chat, you’ll see why. You’ll also hear his keys to success - passion & energy, working hard and emotional intelligence.You’ll hear how he has not only trained his body for success but also his mind with creating a portrait of himself. You’ll hear what fills his cup and who gives him inspiration. You’ll hear why he’s authenticity and curiosity makes him the PERFECT host of his High Performance podcast. Then you’ll realise why hitting subscribe and listening to this incredible human is something that you should definitely do. So I hope you enjoy my chat interviewing the podcaster on High Performance with Joe Sprange and Mandy Scammell. We’d love you to leave a comment and let us know what you thought.https://www.instagram.com/highperformancewithjoesprange/
High Performance with Joe Sprange - James Castrission
05-12-2021
High Performance with Joe Sprange - James Castrission
Wow what an awesome conversation with James, I hope you enjoyed it too.  I am personally in ore of the courage and drive he demonstrated during his incredible expeditions.My takeout are the keys to his success are;- Brilliant use of his blueprint document to manage risk, logistics and support the sponsorship work- Having a mindset that anything is possible- Team Success comes from clear goals, along with working to your own strengths- An attitude towards balance that is realistic- His modern view on parenting that inspires kids to safely engage with riskI hope you took something out of this conversation that you can take into achieving more of your potential in 2022!Sharing a podcast is the ultimate gift, so if you know of someone wanting to achieve their highest potential please share it with them. And remember if you haven’t already hit subscribe so you don’t miss an episode of High Performance with Joe Sprange.Renown Australian adventurer & motivational speaker, James Castrission founded MyAdventure Group in 2015 (myadventuregroup.com.au). MyAdventure Group offers Australia's premier adventure based development programs. The two arms of the business cater for clients in the following markets:1. Adventure retreats for the general public2. Corporate & team adventure based development programs designed to drive cohesion and output of high performance in the business.James is a professional adventurer who in 2008 became the first person to kayak across the Tasman Sea. Two years later he completed the longest unsupported polar expedition of all time.In his early life, he worked as a management consultant. He has taken many of these valuable lessons & theories from the corporate world into the outdoors. James has authored 2 bestselling books (Crossing the Ditch & Extreme South), writes regular columns for many leading magazines & speaks at conferences all over the globe. Cas is a currently a father of two and strongly advocates the value of getting parents, children and corporate teams into the outdoors.
High Performance with Joe Sprange - Alex Anasson
10-11-2021
High Performance with Joe Sprange - Alex Anasson
I wanted to firstly say a big thank you for all the feedback on my first episode. I am grateful for your support and so humbled that so many of you have chosen to subscribe. So here is episode 2 of High Performance with Joe Sprange where I chat to Alex Annason. Alex is a “High Performer” in every sense of the word. Dancer, runner, triathlete, accomplished business women and wife. Alex gives us some key insights in how she achieves.- Hard work is a given- You can always learn new skills- Happiness comes from living your values, not possessions - Success isn’t a solo sportI hope you find some inspiration you didn’t know you needed! If you do, I’d love you to leave me a podcast review and share it with your mates.Sneaky update - episode 3 is Josh Grace an Olympic Sailor and Chief Marketing Officer.Don’t forget to hit subscribe so you don’t miss it! A bit about Alex - Passionate about sports, health and business, Alex has been in the health and fitness industry since 2008. Starting as a membership sales consultant at LA Fitness in the UK and progressing to becoming a multi site franchisee of Vision Personal Training, Alex has helped thousands of people achieve their health, wellbeing and career goals.Alex has been lucky enough to be recognised with a 2015 Telstra Young Business Woman of the Year Finalist Award, a 2016 Small Business Champions Award, 2015 & 2016 Most Valuable Peer of the Year Award and 2016 Franchise of the Year Award.Her passions in business include; customer experience, sales and marketing, partnership procurement/management, brand management and growth as well as building and leading high performance teams and cultivating relationships with key stakeholders.In April 2020, Alex took on a new challenge and role as Customer Service Team Leader at Cycling Australia which led to being a key player in the team that worked on Australia’s biggest sporting governance reform with the launch of AusCycling.Alex is a keen triathlete, having represented Australia at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in 2019 in Nice, France and in 2019 qualified to again represent Australia at the Boston Marathon, Ironman 70.3 World Championships and the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii-three races she is determined to complete once the pandemic is over.Alex is passionate about the power a positive experience in sport or recreation can have on communities and individuals and aims to continue to be an influential part of Australia’s sport and recreation landscape for years to come.