“The key is starting, so that we can start making a difference.” – Pera Barrett
Nau mai, haere mai, welcome to the introductory episode of Paperback Guerrillas – mana enhancing kōrero (life-improving conversations) with people from all walks of life. The purpose of this podcast is sharing insights, inspiration and tools to empower everyday people like you and me to make positive change. In episode tahi, I discuss why I started the Shoebox Christmas project in Wellington, why the Paperback Guerrillas podcast was formed, and how the two are similar.
I’d normally introduce the show guest here, but since it’s me: kia ora, I’m the founder of Shoebox Christmas Aotearoa, New Zealander of The Year Local Hero recipient 2019, writer/rapper, and as of now, your podcast host. There’s a longer list of bullet points on who I am, here.
I hope this episode gives you a little insight into why we started this podcast, and what you can expect in the upcoming episodes.
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As always, he mihi nui, a big thank you, to Patrick Ryan for the audio magic, and Trek One for the choice intro music (you can hear more of his music on Spotify here.)
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