Do What Makes You Happy with Miriam Brewer

Do What Makes You Happy with Miriam Brewer

In this hilarious and wild conversation Miriam took us through some of her most epic memories and experiences travelling all around the world and into many others without even needing to leave her home.

We covered the school system, how she rebelled forced religion and what it was like to leave home and become an entrepreneur at the age 14. Not returning for 12 years.

Overcoming her childhood trauma, the importance of celebration in every moment and trusting your intuition and allowing it to be your guide.

HUGE CONVERSATION – if were a few people on the planet you’d want in your corner for ANYTHING, Miriam is one of those people.

I hope you enjoy it, 



Episode Summary

In this weeks episode we covered all areas of Khadaura’s journey so far. Including a scene from a 007 James Bond Thriller. What it was like growing up in different parts of the world. Learning ancient eastern mysticism from a very young age to being blown up by an IED roadside bomb in Afghanistan. And what legacy he is creating in the world today. This one was powerful. 

This was a great in depth story of what life was like behind enemy lines being  one of the highest ranked soldiers in the field to what it was like being the “dumbest ” person at the table when he got back to corporate America. The impact on mental health trying to transition back into “normal” life, Also how the U.S treat their war veterans when they get back stateside. 

Khadaura is one of the best mystics I have ever worked with. To witness how quick he can style flex and adapt to any situation with joy and fun has been epic. That alone has been inspiring.  In his past life he helped to bring down a big European child sex trafficking ring that we never got around to covering. We’ll save those stories for round 2 … Big Love to you brother. 

This ones got lots of WTF moments  haha. 

Let us know what you.


We acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, as the Traditional Custodians of the Country we are speaking on today. 

We recognise their continued connection to the land and waters, and thank them for protecting this coastline and its ecosystems since time began.

 We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all First Nations people who may listen today.

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