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Christian Ennor

Personal Trainer and Father of Two

Christian Ennor has been a personal trainer for 13 years.

He trains a whopping 60 clients a week, predominately in the boxing ring, in a Melbourne personal training studio.

Christian’s work hours depend on the availability of his clients, so he’s often training from 5:30 in the morning to 9:30 at night.

Training in the boxing ring has also had an impact on Christian’s body.  Apart from being exhausted at the end of the day, he is also carrying physical injuries as a result of his daily work.

Corinne Noyes

Business Owner and Working Mum

Corinne Noyes doesn’t waste time.  In the last four years she met and married her husband, had a baby and started ‘Madame Flavour’ a tea business based in Melbourne.

In the last 12 months ‘Madame Flavour’ has grown from an ‘idea’ to a business which supplies specialist tea to 600 supermarkets across Australia and in Hong Kong.

Corinne is a working mum juggling a lot of pressures.  She oversees all business operations from the production of the tea (which she travels to Sri Lanka to manage) to marketing, distribution, sales and customer service.

Jonathan Hay

Former Australian Rules Footballer

Jonathan Hay’s ten year AFL career with Hawthorn and North Melbourne came to an end two years ago.

Originally from Kalgoorlie, Jonathan found himself in Melbourne as a teenager and a rising star in the national game.

Jonathan has spoken publicly about living with depression and in ‘Body and Brain Overhaul’ is open about the impact the pressure of being a national football identity had on his life.

Following his professional football career, Jonathan started working in the building industry and joined a suburban football team to keep involved in the game he loves.

Russell Johnson

Managing Director and Family Man

Russell Johnson is a Managing Director working in the financial services industry in the middle of a global financial crisis.

His company, Sonray Capital Markets, has offices in Melbourne, Sydney and the Gold Coast and employs 65 people nationally.

Russell’s company deals in markets globally, which means it’s a 24 hour, seven days a week business.

In addition to running the company during the day Russell is often working in the middle of the night, to meet the needs of the business, which operates in different time zones across the world.