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Every day all of us are faced with a variety of adversities. Piling bills, unhappy relationships, toxic bosses, horrible work-life balance, and now a pandemic. Perhaps for the first time, a virus has given the entire world a wake-up call and made it rethink the importance of good mental health. Companies and individuals who earlier never really cared about a person’s mental health and often even joked about it are now taking part in this conversation and trying to help. More than anything they have themselves experienced how lonely the journey of dealing with adversity can be. 

But honestly, while some people might feel like they have their own crosses to bear, it is important to remember that you do not have to deal with it on your own. Several amazing forms of help both personal and virtual have now emerged and gained a lot of popularity. In fact, during this time, every step taken counts. A boss taking steps to reach out to their team members and check on them counts, you checking up on your friends or family to let them know that you are there for them counts. 

While you might feel like you might not be qualified to help reach the deepest areas of a person’s mind and heart to help them feel better, there is one thing you can do to help. Bring in a motivational speaker. 

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When should you think of bringing in a mental health and well-being motivational speaker?

If you plan on addressing a team, there is nothing better than bringing in a mental health and wellbeing speaker. If you are someone seeking help to simply make your immediate or extended family feel better, you can bring in an overcoming adversity speaker or perhaps even a resilience keynote speaker. 

While a lot of you might think “Aren’t motivational speakers hired for huge crowds or for like a TED talk?” The answer to this is YES and NO. Yes, because if you do have a huge crowd to talk to then getting a motivational speaker involved is the obvious option. No, because there is no such rule as to how many you need to have in your audience. All you need is a want in you that says, ‘I want to help or be helped during this time of trouble’. 

You may or may not be able to give or receive the exact level of empathy and advice required from a colleague, friend, or family member, but by bringing in a motivational speaker you bring in a fresh perspective, advice from a person with a lot of life experience, and they might just give you the missing piece of information that would unlock and motivate you to get up and be your best!

Why choose a motivational speaker?

Whether you are looking at bring in a motivational speaker for your organisation, yourself, a friend, or your family, the benefits work the same way. Here are some reasons why you should opt for bringing in a motivational speaker.

Reality check 

A lot of motivational speakers come from extremely hostile or tough backgrounds. They have grown through it and chosen to spend their life helping others cope by advising them from all the experience they gained through a lot of painful events. When a third party hears these stories, it often gives them the reality check they need to help them feel humbled and grateful for what they have. But more than anything it gives a person a huge boost of motivation when they see others having emerged so well through adversities. 

New and creative approaches

Since motivational speakers stay up to date with the latest changing trends and find creative ways to implement them as per the present, we are exposed to new and creative ways of trying to feel motivated that are aligned with the current circumstances. Now with a pandemic that has left the whole world feeling lost, we cannot possibly use older ways to bring about motivation in our lives. Through research and experience, motivational speakers in Melbourne have now found new ways to inspire crowds.

This shows that you care

Bringing in a motivational speaker for your family, friends, yourself, or perhaps your team, shows that you care enough to do this. When it comes to organisations, teammates look up to their managers as role models and it is the manager’s job to make them become their best. By bringing in a motivational speaker you are letting them know that you care about them and are willing to be there for them and also bring in such experienced people in order to help them get motivated and achieve what they want in life. More than anything it shows them that you are human too and that you too are willing to learn something along with them.

A shot of knowledge

Motivational speakers also bring with them a set of skills that can help educate people about opportunities, finance, and job markets. Especially now with the pandemic hitting the planet and resulting in so many loss of jobs, money, and opportunities, bringing in an overcoming adversity speaker or resilience keynote speaker can really help go a long way and give solutions to people who have been stuck and have not been able to find any sturdy solution.

What kind of motivational speaker should I opt for?

While this completely depends upon the agenda you have in mind, there are a lot of motivational speakers available around who specialise in areas such as body image, finance, jobs, mental health and well-being, young adults, education, leadership, and a lot more. Making a decision becomes easier when the goal is clear as to why you wish to bring in a professional motivational speaker.

After reading through the benefits mentioned earlier, anyone would want to give this a shot and try to listen to a motivational speaker to help themselves and others get that gentle nudge to help them get up and about. In a time where almost the entire planet is going through a variety of adversities, it is important to find ways to help everyone around you. More than anything the entire planet needs a big warm hug filled with motivation and encouragement towards new possibilities. 

Everyone needs to be reminded that they are not alone through this and that help can be found in the darkest of times. And what better way to do this, than bring in professionals who live and breathe to empower others and help in making the world a better place?

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The Untold Truth Of Charlie Heaton’s Ex – Akiko Matsuura



Akiko Matsuura is a popular singer and drummer, who performs in several rock bands at the moment, including Pre, Comanechi and The Big Pink. She is also well-known for being the ex-girlfriend of Charlie Heaton, the star of the super-successful Netflix series “Stranger Things”, and is the mother of his son, Archie.

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Early life in Japan, family

Akiko “Keex” Matsuura was born in 1994, in Osaka, Japan. Her parents were both entrepreneurs in the sphere of restaurant business. Akiko shared in one of her interviews to the List in 2010 that her parents owned a barbeque restaurant, and she fell in love with fried food from her early childhood.

Later Akiko moved to London to pursue her music career, but has admitted that she misses her homeland, and still prefers Tokyo to London. She shared in her interview with Nasty Galaxy in 2013, that she liked Tokyo more as it seems more colorful and bright for her. She also enjoyed visiting multiple good restaurants in the capital of Japan, as she liked sushi and ramen soup in noodles bars. Akiko enjoyed shopping in Tokyo, as she complained that she often couldn’t find the clothes and shoes to her taste and style in London.

Educational background

Akiko attended a local elementary school in Osaka, but as her parents moved to London with her, she matriculated from high school there in 2012. She also studied art for some time, and developed good skills in painting.


PRE band

Still being a school student, Akiko was keen on playing the drums and singing, so in 2005 she created a music band called Pre (or often written with the capital letters – PRE), inviting musicians from other London rock bands, Seafood and Todd.

Akiko Matsuura

Along with Kevin Hendrix and Matt Warburton – who joined the band while playing at the same time in Male Bonding – Akiko attracted a talented guitar player, John Webb and the experienced drummer Richard “Rodney” Bennett, who took his nickname from the famous composer who had the exact same name.

The band released several singles such as “Dudefuk”, which was included in the “Counter Culture” compilations CD launched by Rough Trade Shop in 2006. PRE also recorded the “Treasure Trails” EP, and their album called “Epic Fits” was recorded on the base of Lovepump United Records and Skin Graft Records in September 2007.

As of 2019, the band is still touring, playing music in the genre of noise rock, and Akiko is holding the position of the frontwoman singer and drummer. It was PRE where she started learning how to stage-dive and how to shock the public with her semi-nude looks; Akiko later used her bizarre image in her new projects, such as The Big Pink and Comanechi.

The Big Pink band

The band called The Big Pink was formed in 2008 by its original members Milo Cordell and Robertson “Robbie” Furze.

After the successful release of their first single entitled “Too Young to Love” at the beginning of 2009, the band attracted a lot of attention, both from the audience and their colleagues, who desired to collaborate with the new talented duo. The Big Pink appeared at the NME Shockwave Awards to get their Philip Hall Radar Award, winning in the category “Best New Act”, and it was then that Akiko was invited as an additional person to record several singles with the band. She performed with Milo and Robbie as a singer and drummer, but soon quit to focus on her own music.

Comanechi band

The band was formed in 2009, when Akiko decided to break from performing with PRE. She met her Comanechi band-partner, Simon Petrovitch, at a barbeque party, and they instantly got along due to their mutual love of barbeque dishes. ‘Since I was little, I was obsessed, and Simon loves barbecues too. So we spoke about barbecues, and then the conversation went to music’, as Akiko says about their first meeting in her interview with The List in 2010.

The name of the band was her idea, and it comes from a joke about the Olympic Gymnast from Romania named Nadia Comaneci. Akiko remembered watching the Olympics where Nadia won her first gold while she was only 14 years old, and the audience was impressed with her outfit which was a tiny skimpy leotard. This look spawned a lot of jokes in Japan, and a lot of people there started using the phrase ‘a bit Comaneci’, which meant “too tight clothes” or “almost nude”. This joke had a lot to do with Akiko’s stage image, as she kept on performing mostly in underwear.

The band released a few singles, such as “Death of You”, “My Pussy” and “R.O.M.P”, which were later included on their first album “Crime of Love”, when Charlie Heaton, the future father of their child with Akiko, joined the band as the drummer in 2013. The band started touring the UK, having successful shows in Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, etc. In September 2013, the band performed in Toronto, also appearing at the Pop Montreal Festival. As of 2019, Akiko is still the frontwoman of the band, touring mostly around the UK, and collaborating with many other noise rock bands, such as Divorce, Ell V Gore and Big Lonely.

Multiple side projects

Akiko’s controversial stage image made her one of the most sought-after performers to collaborate with in the music society of UK rock bands. She enjoyed this attention to her person, admitting that she didn’t want to become famous, but wanted to make good music: ‘Playing in a band is really fun at first and everything that goes along with it, like getting a label or recording an album, comes later. <…> Sometimes it’s just for fun. I didn’t have much big desire, like, “I wanna be really famous”, she said in her interview with The List in 2010.

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Akiko is well-known for her awkward jumping on the stage, involving the audience in the show. Due to her passion for stage-diving, she once injured her face badly after landing right on her nose.

Personal life, ex-boyfriend Charlie Heaton

Akiko and the future star of the Netflix series “Stranger Things” Charlie Heaton met occasionally at one of their mutual friend’s party. At first they agreed to play together in Akiko’s band Comanechi, but a few weeks after Charlie’s joining the band, their romantic relationship became obvious to all their friends.

Charlie Heaton

A few months later, Akiko became pregnant, and gave birth to their son Archie in May 2014. When Archie was just a few months old, Charlie and Akiko broke up, but maintained an amicable relationship for the sake of their child. Charlie visits Akiko and Archie in London where they reside at the moment, but doesn’t have much time, being busy with his projects in Los Angeles. Akiko appears to be single, while Charlie is rumored to have an affair with his “Stranger Things” on-screen love, Natalia Dyer, though neither have confirmed this information.

Who is Charlie Heaton?

Charlie Heaton was born on 6 February 1994, in Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire UK. After failing to reach worldwide fame in the music sphere, Charlie switched to acting, landing his first role in the “DCI Banks” series in 2015 after just a year, which made him famous overnight. His character of Jonathan Byers in the Netflix hit “Stranger Things” gave him an opportunity to work with such A-list celebrities as the Golden Globe winner Winona Ryder, Golden Globe nominee David Harbour, and the star of “The Lord of the Rings”, Sean Astin.

Charlie Heaton

Getting $150,000 per episode, Charlie is now assigned to the fourth season of the fantasy horror drama, sharing the screen with young stars Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard and Gaten Matarazzo. Charlie was reported to have been busted in the airport at Los Angeles where he landed to head to the premier of the second season of “Stranger Things”. The authorities said the drug-sniffer dogs found several traces of cocaine on his personal things, so he was put back onto the plane and sent back to the UK. Charlie denied that the information about drugs was the reason he was busted.

Hobbies, favorite things and interesting facts

  • Akiko likes American food and enjoys burgers, but hates doner kebabs and diner-style hamburgers, as they remind her of drunk people in the bars eating in the night.
  • Her favorite alcohol drink is beer.
  • She likes animals, mostly cats and dogs.
  • Akiko is a supporter of the scandal music band Pussy Riot, who were imprisoned for their performance in the church. She followed the news about the destiny of the band members, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alekhina, and spread the word about their activities.
Akiko Matsuura

Appearance, clothing style

Akiko has long black hair with bangs, and says that she has never even thought of changing her hair style, as she finds long black hair to be the only true rock hairstyle: ‘I can’t imagine Joey Ramone or Ozzy Osbourne having short hair’, she said in her interview for Nasty Galaxy in 2013. Akiko has dark brown eyes. Her height, weight and vital statistics are not available. As to her clothing style, she often wears short skirts and pants, prefers black leather jackets, and adores accessories such as rings and bracelets, considering them to be as important as shoes and dresses.

Akiko Matsuura

As to her shoes, she prefers wearing boots as it is much easier to stage-dive when she is not wearing high heels: ‘I’ll break my ankles!’, she laughed during her interview in 2013. Akiko is a fan of artistic make up – her favorite cosmetic product is black eyeliner.

Net worth and salary

Akiko’s net worth is reported to be around $1 million, and it will probably grow, as she is still performing with several music bands, such as Comanechi, PRE and many others.

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Where is Joanna Pettet today? Wiki, net worth, husband, family



Who is Joanna Pettet?

Joanna Pettet is a retired actress, who achieved fame with such roles as Mata Bond in the comedy film “Casino Royale” (1967), starring Peter Sellers, and as Maggie Sergeant in the film “Pioneer Woman” (1973). Furthermore, she is also known for playing Barbara Brown in the film “Charlie’s Angels” (1980), among numerous other roles.

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Where is Joanna Pettet Today?

Joanna Pettet retired from acting at the end of the ‘80s, and from then on focused on her personal life; her son Damien Zachary Cord fell into a coma in 1995 when he was just 26 years old, and later died. She was also a carer of her friend and colleague Alan Bates who died in 2003.

Since then, she has been far away from the media, living a simple life in Tujunga, California, USA.

Joanna Pettet Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education

Born Joanna Jane Salmon on the 16th November 1942, in Westminster, London, England, she is the daughter of Harold Nigel Edgerton Salmon, who was a Royal Air Force pilot who was killed in the Second World War, and Cecily J. Tremaine. Her mother later remarried and moved to Montreal, Canada, where Joanna spent her childhood and received the surname of her stepfather, Pettet.

Joanna Pettet

For her education, Joanna studied acting at New York City’s Neighborhood Playhouse.

Career Beginnings

Joanna’s on-screen debut came in 1964 in the TV series “Route 66”; though a minor role, it was enough in her portfolio to secure the role of Judy Lloyd in the daytime soap opera “The Doctors” (1965). The following year she was cast in the role of Yvonne Barlow in the TV series “Dr. Kildare”, and then featured in the award-winning film “The Night of the Generals”, with Omar Sharif, Peter O’Toole and Tom Courtney in the lead roles.

Rise to Prominence

Joanna enjoyed her best years in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s; before the decade ended she had starred in the spy comedy “Casino Royale”, a James Bond spoof in which she shared the screen with Peter Sellers, David Niven, and Ursula Andress. The same year she also starred in the crime-drama film “Robbery”, next to Stanley Baker and James Booth, while in 1969 she starred in the comedy film “The Best House in London”. Her next noteworthy role was in the sports drama film “Footsteps” (1972), and in 1973, she appeared in the western drama television film “Pioneer Woman”.

Career Decline and Retirement

In the second half of the ‘70s Joanna’s career started declining, and she couldn’t secure anymore leading roles. Nevertheless, she remained active as an actress throughout the ‘80s, but except for playing Mindy Jordache in the film “Double Exposure”, and Desdemona in the film “Black Commando”, both in 1982, she didn’t have any notable roles. Before her career ended, Joanna was Monica in the historical drama film “Sweet Country” (1987), and had the role of Dr. Fletcher in the film “Terror in Paradise” (1990).

Joanna Pettet Net Worth

Joanna retired from acting almost 30 years ago, but people still remember her from various series and films, all of which contributed to her wealth. So, just how rich Joanna Pettet is, as of mid- 2019? Sources have estimated that Joanna’s net worth is currently as high as $9 million, which is quite impressive, don’t you agree?

Joanna Pettet Personal Life, Marriage, Children, Relationships

To speak of her personal life, Joanna hasn’t been very open when it comes to sharing details from her own life, but quite a few details have been made available. Joanna was married to American actor Alex Cord for 21 years, from 1969 until 1989.

She gave birth to her only child, Damien Zach Chord, a few months after the wedding ceremony, but his true father was actor Terence Stam; her son died after a heroin overdose in 1995. Following her divorce, Joanna hasn’t remarried, and now lives far away from the media.

One more interesting fact about Joanna is known; she was a close friend of Sharon Tate, and on a tragic night when the Charles Manson followers killed Tate, she and Sharon were together in the afternoon, however, Joanna left some time before the arrival of Tate’s killers.

Joanna got her place in the newest film by Quentin Tarantino, “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood”, and was portrayed by Rumer Willis. Unfortunately for her fans, Joanna isn’t active on any of the social media networks.

Joanna Pettet Height, Weight, Body Measurements, and Appearance

Joanna was one of the most beautiful actresses of her time, and most of her roles she secured thanks to her beauty. Now, do you know how tall she is and how much she weighs? Well, Joanna stands at 5ft 7ins, which is equal to 1.7m, while she weighs approximately 126lbs or 57kgs, and her vital statistics are 31-24-33; her bra size is 36B. She has blonde hair and blue eyes.

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The Untold Truth of Jordan Belfort’s Ex-Wife – Denise Lombardo



Denise Lombardo Short Bio

Born on 11 November 1963 in Ohio, USA, Denise Lombardo is best known as the ex-wife of Jordan Belfort, the notoripus ‘Wolf of Wall Street’. The 56 year old is also known for working on “Growing Seeds of Decay” the album made by Septycal George.

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Lombardo was born under the Scorpio sign, into a family of Italian ancestry – Anthony Fiorito and Ann Lombardo – and spent her formative years alongside her two sisters, Deanna and Lisa.

Jordon Belfort and Denise Lombardo

She was a student of Townston University, where she attained a BA degree in Business Administration. Denise then worked for the Modern Medical Systems’ sales department for seven years, followed by Smith and Nephew. After that, she was employed by Home Depot, and in 2000 became a licensed realtor for Prudential Douglass Elliman.

Denise’s net worth is estimated to be around $3 million. She hasn’t been under the spotlight since her divorce – the Twitter profile of a woman who has the same name and works as a teacher, has led some people to believe that’s Denise.

However, that turned out to be a different person.

Relationship Status

Denise’s dating history– the identities of partners she had before Belfort – is kept a secret. However, even details of their marriage remain little known to this very day – they married in 1985 and divorced in 1991. The couple didn’t have any children, but Belfort has two kids with his next wife, Nadine Cardi, whom he married in 1991. In 2008 he married Anne Koppe, and they remain together to this day. Denise also remarried a man only known as Mlady.

Ex-Husband Jordan Belfort

Jordan Ross Belfort was born on 9 July 1962 in Queens, New York, USA, which means that he’s 57 years old and his zodiac sign is Cancer. He is best known for the fraud he committed in the 1990s, but is now also known as a motivational speaker and an author. He gained more attention when he was a subject of “The Wolf of Wall Street”, a film by Martin Scorsese. After matriculating from high school and prior to enrolling into college, Belfort apparently made $20,000 selling Italian Ice. He was a student of American University, and graduated with a degree in biology.

After that, he attended University of Maryland School of Dentistry, but dropped out on the first day having been told that the golden age of dentistry was over, and that he wouldn’t be able to get rich in that profession.

Jordan Belfort Career

Prior to rising to fame, Jordan worked as a meat and seafood salesman in New York and, speaking about that experience, stated that he initially had success, selling 5,000 pounds of meat per week. However, this business faced bankruptcy, and Jordan moved on to study to become a stockbroker. Belfort subsequently founded Stratton Oakmont, a brokerage house that would bring him notoriety in the future.

Apparently achieving vast success with his business, Belfort lived a luxurious lifestyle, attending parties, but also developing an addiction to a psychedelic substance, Quaalude. “I got greedy. … Greed is not good. Ambition is good, passion is good”, the author said, reminiscing on that time. Another major issue for Belfort at that time was a $1 billion stock fraud he committed, which inspired the movies “Boiler Room” and “The Wolf of Wall Street”. The result was that Jordan served a 22-month sentence ainthe Taft Correctional Institution, California.

This experience opened his eyes however, and he was able to turn his life around and pay his clients back.


Using his unfortunate situation cleverly, Belfort wrote two memoirs – “The Wolf of Wall Street” and “Catching the Wolf of Wall Street”, with both receiving a positive response from readers – the books have been translated into 18 languages, and have reached 40 countries. However, some people believe that a somewhat large portion of the events depicted in the book have been invented.

Like many greats before me, I refuse to quit when things get tough. What drives us to new heights is the ability to overcome and succeed in any circumstance. – J

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In 2013, the movie entitled “The Wolf of Wall Street” was released, with Belfort played by Leonardo DiCaprio, and Belfort had a smaller role in the movie himself.

Motivational Speaking

Considering Belfort’s success in the business field, it is no surprise that he gives motivational speeches. When he began doing that, Jordan would merely focus on ethics and motivation, but has now shifted his focus to entrepreneurship. Belfort also hosts the “Jordan Belfort’s Straight Line Sales Psychology” seminars, and his audience in Australia could see him at his seminar named “The Truth Behind His Success”. Some of his interviews can be found on YouTube. In 2017 he spoke about Bitcoin, calling it a fraud.

Career on TV

Belfort briefly worked as a producer in the ‘90s, making “The Secret Agent Club”, “Assault on Dome 4” and “Prey of the Jaguar”. In 2013, the audience was able to see him in “The Real Wolf of Wall Street Discusses the Film, Ambition, and Greed”, and he then proceeded to appear in several talk-shows, such as “Piers Morgan Tonight” and “The Insider”. His most recent appearances include “The Mike Koenigs Show” and “Inside Edition”.

Belfort can be reached through social media – he is followed by 730,000 people on Instagram. Being a smart businessman, he uses the platform to promote his work, but occasionally also shares photos from his personal life.

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