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GETTING INTO A FLOW STATE AND MAKING THE MELBOURNE SHUFFLE MARATHON

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Today's three guests are Justin Kabbani, Cohen Medson, and Michael Ciccone.
We talk about adaption, flow state, getting into a creative state and also how we were able to raise almost 40,000 dollars in just a few days for Lighthouse Foundation.
Justin Kabbani
Justin is Co-Founder and Managing Director of Hardhat, one of Australia's leading independent creative agencies. Over the past 15 years, Justin (together with Co-Founder Dan Monheit) has built a highly sought after full-service team in Melbourne and Sydney (and beyond), who have delivered projects for some of Australia's biggest brands including Bupa, Lion Dairy & Drinks, Simply Energy, Steggles & Lilydale, Tigerair, Victoria University, VicRoads and Zip.
hardhat.com.au
Cohen Medson
Cohen is a Sunshine Coast raised filmmaker who had been working internationally as a freelancer for 7+ years when 2020 took a turn for the worse.
Out of the ashes of opportunity arose In Your Streams where Cohen and his housemate (Chris Erb) took their combined skill sets of Film, TV and Broadcasting to online based live-streaming Music, Events and TV & Film Production.
inyourstreams.com.au
Michael Ciccone
Michael is a producer and a co-founder of the production company Truce Film where they make ads and all kinds of fun stuff. His narrative credits include the one-hour documentary Watan, from directors James Brown and Bill Irving, which premiered during Refugee Week to sold out screenings in Melbourne and Sydney. He also produced the Flickerfest winning short film Slingshot, and Tropfest winning film We’ve All Been There.
trucefilms.com
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