Warren Davies; An Unbreakable Journey Beyond the Back Paddock

Warren Davies; An Unbreakable Journey Beyond the Back Paddock

We ponder with Warren Davies, known as ‘The Unbreakable Farmer‘, an icon of rural mental health in Australia.

He’s an ordinary man with an extraordinary story: a farmer, husband, and father navigating the complexities of mental health fueled by resilience, persistence, and determination. His lived experiences give voice to powerful presentations and workshops, promoting communication and community. His new Podcast, “Beyond the Back Paddock”, is an exciting new addition to his message. 

Warren, your story is one of great resilience and persistence. Could you share with our readers about a pivotal moment that led you to where you are now, on this path, helping others?

 

My mental health had declined to the point that I’d hit rock bottom. I call this moment in my life my Two Feet of Perspective. That afternoon Life gave me two choices: to remain angry, bitter and with my mental health out of control or seek help and become better; I chose better. I found myself in a very dark and scary place. That drives me to help others today; if someone can take something away from my presentations to help themselves or help someone they love, I have achieved my mission.

 

Given your experiences with bullying during your secondary school years, how do you approach the topic of resilience in a way that resonates with younger audiences, and what advice do you have for young people facing similar challenges?

 

Reaching out for support would be the first piece of advice. When I was getting bullied, I just excepted it and never sort help. It eroded my resilience, my well-being and my education. I gave those bullies the power to do that. So, my second piece of advice is to be strong enough to stand up against bullies. That requires support. Be strong enough to stand alone, smart enough to know when you need help, and brave enough to ask for it. 

 

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You’ve mentioned how you had to reinvent yourself at various stages of your life. How has your self-perception and identity evolved through these experiences, and how do you bring this evolution into your presentations?

Throughout my life, I have had to reinvent myself and identify who I am. Moving from the city to the country, school kid to farm hand, dairy farmer to professional speaker. 

We learn every day, which has shaped the person we are and the person we will become in the future. Embrace that.

Being an ‘Unbreakable Farmer,’ you’ve become an inspirational figure for many people, regardless of their profession. What message do you hope your story conveys to people struggling with their identity or place in life?

There is a place for everyone in the world, be authentic to yourself, and you will find that place.

 

“One of my favourite sayings I often share with people I manage is, if you haven’t learned anything today, check your pulse.”

 

Growing up, was there someone who inspired you or whose voice spoke to you during difficult times?

I am a mad footy fan; many people who inspired me growing up were footballers, like Kevin Sheedy, Tommy Hafey, and Maurice Rioli. It wasn’t until I became older that I was influenced by others, but the people who inspire me are just people with everyday stories.

You are an avid reader; what is your favourite book you are reading right now?

At the moment, I have two books on the go. The first one is a book by Chris Cheers; The New Rule Book Notes From a Psychologist That Helps Redefine The Way We Live, which is a very interesting book, and the other book I’m reading is called The Thought Leaders Practise by Matt Church, 

You are authentically you, which shines through on your social media; there is no cookie-cutter life coach here! This has been a testament to your success, with followers and fans, everyone from farmers to CEOs, parents to entrepreneurs. What was it like entering the keynote speaker arena and staying true to your message, personality, and style without succumbing to the “trends” or “corporate image.” 

My message and mission are more important than trends and corporate image. Being my true self and authentic is my superpower, and that is more engaging than trends or trying to keep up an image that isn’t me. That might be just the dairy farmer coming out in me. Trying to be something you are not is exhausting and counterproductive.

If you could sit down and tell your 16-year-old self just one message, what would it be?

Wow, now that would be a long conversation. Firstly I would say believe in yourself. I have struggled with self-esteem all my life, and at 16, it was probably at its lowest. Secondly, You are You, and that’s ok. You don’t need to be anyone else.

Can you tell us about the Podcast?

I’ve just launched a new podcast called Beyond the Back Paddock. One of the most powerful assets of any community is the power of shared wisdom; the best way to share that wisdom is through storytelling.

What prompted you to do it?

Being inspired by everyday people and their stories

How have you chosen your guests and why?

I’ve been privileged to meet some amazing people as a speaker, whether their fellow speakers or people that I’ve met in communities with some amazing stories and stories that you sometimes don’t expect. And I chose a balance of guests from all different backgrounds because I think it’s really important to normalise some of these conversations about subjects that we don’t normally talk about, so a balance of well-known and not so well known people was really important in choosing the guests for the Podcast.

What excites you about it? 

What excites me about the Podcast is it’s a different forum to engage with my followers or the people in my community, and I do that through sharing stories of others and some inspiring people I’ve met.

Treehouse or cubby house, and why?

This is a fantastic question. Growing up, I had neither a treehouse nor a cubby house. I used to build little humpies in there in the Bush. Growing up in a developing eastern suburb of Melbourne, we were the first house on our estate, so there was always bushland, building sites, and development around us where you could you make stuff out of anything, and I used to love nooks and crannies and even though they didn’t resemble the stories that were being told in your head the imagination that come with doing that was one of the things that I treasure about being a kid.

To find out more information about this incredible human please visit: 

https://www.theunbreakablefarmer.com.au

https://www.facebook.com/BeyondTheBackPaddockPodcast

https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebackpaddockpodcast/

 

Important facts:

According to Statista 

Approximately 90% of 4-8th class students have experienced bullying, with 70.6% witnessing bullying in school, and over 5% of students in Australia dropping out due to repeated bullying and abusive behaviors.

If you are someone you know is feeling in crisis or unsafe; please call 000 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.

 

Important Crisis Contacts:

Beyond Blue- https://www.beyondblue.org.au

Lifeline 13 11 14

Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467

Beyond Blue 1300 22 46 36

MensLine Australia 1300 78 99 78

Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800

1800 Respect 1800 737 732

13 YARN – 13 92 76  –  for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

 

 

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 In an era where nearly 27% of Americans read e-books, according to a recent Pew Research Center survey [source], 

 According to research by Roy MorganOver 15.7 million, or 76.3%, of Australians aged 14+ now read or access reading material in an average 7-day period via print or online.  

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The Ponderings Magazine Online Book Club explores thoughts, but it’s not a monologue – no, dear readers. This is a symposium of minds, a gathering of voices. We share our reviews, yes, but we also invite you, our readers, to pitch your tents in the comments section, add your unique perspectives, and create a rich tapestry of analysis and appreciation.

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May Sarton, prolific poet, novelist and memoirist, once said:

“The world is full of places. Why aren’t they enough? Why can’t I go somewhere and write?

 

For the creative (it takes one to know one), finding the perfectly comfortable spot, away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, inspiring that “flow” can be tricky to find. I know from experience! I’m not sure about you, but I find, along with many other writing and creative friends, that nature stimulates the soul.

 

In fact, in a study published in Frontiers in Psychology in 2019, researchers found that spending time in nature can significantly improve cognitive function, including working memory and attention. The study also found that spending time in nature can improve mood and reduce stress. 

So if you are looking for nature and are in Victoria, Australia, you’re in luck – this stunning region is home to some of the best writing nature-filled retreats in the country. 

Here is just a handful for you to Ponder. 

The Writers’ Retreat Garden is a creative haven nestled in the tiny town of Birregurra, just two hours from Melbourne. Surrounded by shady trees, aromatic herbs, and blooming roses, this idyllic sanctuary offers the perfect setting for writers to immerse themselves in their craft. Linnet, the designer and host of the garden is a poet who understands how to balance the solitude you need with the company and support you crave. As well as providing delicious local food, coffee, herbal teas and rainwater, she guides you through the day with meditations, walking, space for writing and, most precious of all, a coaching session devoted to your words. The Writers’ Retreat Garden is open from late September to mid March, Thursday – Saturday, 10-4. (Maximum of four writers per day). 

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The Storytellers Nook, Panmure: This charming retreat is housed in a beautifully restored church, complete with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The gallery-style luxury retreat has an extensive library, luxe kitchen, beautiful writing desk, fast wifi and an open fire. Not to mention the claw foot tub, chef’s kitchen and Alice in Wonderland-inspired bedroom. With beautiful gardens to explore and the nearby Great Ocean Road, the Storytellers Nook is a must-visit for any writer seeking inspiration. Check out their website at www.thestorytellersnook.com.au.

Wiggly Bottom Farm, Yarra Valley – This peaceful retreat is situated in the lush Yarra Valley, offering writers a serene and idyllic setting to focus on their writing. The charming cottage accommodation with a wood-burning fireplace is the perfect place to cozy up with your notebook or laptop. With beautiful gardens and a farm full of friendly animals, Wiggly Bottom Farm is the perfect place to escape the stresses of daily life and reconnect with nature. For more information, visit their website at www.wigglybottomfarm.com.au.

Wombat Bend, Yarra Valley: Located on the banks of the Yarra River, The Burrow at Wombat Bend provides writers a tranquil and inspiring environment to focus on their work. The private balcony with stunning views and comfortable accommodation make this retreat a must-visit for writers seeking solitude and inspiration. With abundant wildlife and breathtaking scenery, Wombat Bend is the perfect place to let your creativity flow. Check out their website at www.wombatbend.com.au.

So, whether you’re a seasoned writer or just starting, writing retreats in Victoria offer the perfect environment to focus on your craft. With beautiful surroundings, accommodation, and an abundance of inspiration, they provide a much-needed escape from the stresses of daily life. So pack your bags, grab your notebook or laptop, and get ready to let your creativity soar! 

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Heading out on a long car trip with young children can be daunting, but with some planning and preparation, it can also be a fun and memorable experience for the whole family.

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Time your trip wisely: Time is a precious commodity, so use it wisely. Plan your trip around your children’s nap and meal times to keep them well-rested and fed and to reduce the likelihood of meltdowns and tantrums. Remember, we all need rest and nourishment to thrive.

Keep it comfortable: Comfort is key to a successful family road trip. Make sure your car is safe and comfortable for your kids. Invest in a good car seat, and add extra padding or blankets for added comfort. Adjust the temperature and ventilation to create a cozy and inviting atmosphere, and make sure your kids have access to plenty of fresh air and sunlight. Remember, comfort leads to a sense of security and well-being.

 

Make it interactive: A family road trip is a perfect opportunity for connection and creativity. Engage your kids in games, quizzes, and conversations. Encourage them to look out the window and spot interesting landmarks and wildlife. Play “I Spy” or other classic car games, or bring a travel journal where your kids can document their experiences and observations. Remember, curiosity and playfulness are essential to a joyful and fulfilling life.

Take breaks: Lastly, it’s important to take breaks and stretch your legs. Use rest stops to explore, play, and burn off some energy. Pack a ball or frisbee for impromptu games of catch, or bring a picnic blanket for a family picnic. Taking breaks and enjoying the journey will create a memorable experience for your whole family. Remember, life is a journey, not a destination.

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If you could use only three words to sum up 2022, what would it be?

 

Never giving up

 

What is the greatest lesson you will take into 2023?

 

I chose the words ‘never giving up’ because when Indigenous people, including myself, made the Uluru Statement from the Heart in 2017, the government rejected its call for a referendum to enshrine an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament. But we campaigned and invited the Australian people to support us. And, in great numbers, they have. 

 

In 2022, the Albanese Government was elected, and the new Prime Minister promised a referendum this year, in 2023. 

 

The government informs us that the referendum will be held late this year. So, the lesson is important. I won’t give up when it feels like the referendum may fail. I will keep asking the Australian voters to vote ‘Yes’ with me so that it succeeds.

 

What is your focus for the new year?

 

Without a doubt, my focus will be helping Australians understand why it is important to vote ‘Yes’ in the Indigenous Constitutional Recognition Referendum. 

 

As 2022 ended and the new year began, I worked on a book with former ABC journalist Kerry O’Brien. The book will be out in June. It will provide Australians with a handbook to help them understand why their ‘Yes’ vote is important to all of us and guide them to have conversations with others about the referendum.

 

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Who is the most inspiring human you have met this year?

 

I meet hundreds of new people yearly as I have worked toward the Voice referendum. There are far too many inspiring Australians to name here. I think collectively, people’s sense of the importance of fairness is inspiring. It helps me to believe the referendum for Indigenous constitutional recognition and a Voice can succeed. 

 

Any exciting plans for the new year?

 

I am looking forward to the book with Kerry Obrien’s coming out in June. The title is The Voice to Parliament Handbook, and the publisher is Hardie Grant Books. We are keeping the book to around 100 pages, and making it as simple and clear as possible, covering all the detail people will need to vote ‘Yes’. 

 

I am also developing a film adaptation of my book, Dear Son – Letters and reflections from First Nations fathers and sons. I will co-produce and co-write the film, which may be a feature film or series. It has been an important book, and the film will be too, to explore how Indigenous men have been stereotyped and how we can improve as men while celebrating all we have achieved. 

 

Family and friendship are: genuine care, empathy and often sacrifice. It is what makes us all human. 

 

Community is: in the Indigenous way, sharing and collectivism. It is raising our children with many mothers and fathers, all pitching in to build a better future and to sustain and protect our traditions and culture. Community is also Country. It’s central to everything. Without Country, we don’t have community.

 

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Craig Hollywood: Shaping the Future with Vision, Conversations & Scissors!

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With a vision to make a difference, the engineer took the leap and presented a groundbreaking idea to the team at Westons Barbershop in Perth in 2015. He proposed offering free haircuts to those in need, a concept he coined “Short Back & Sidewalks.” Little did he know that this small spark of kindness would ignite a fire that would spread across the nation, growing stronger and more impactful with each passing day.

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Transformative, challenging, influential.

 

What is the greatest lesson you will take into 2023?

 

To focus and spend time on the things that really matter.

 

What is your focus for the new year?

 

Activating Federal funding support given to Short Back & Sidewalks and working on a partnership with global hair movement Evo will ensure we create an even larger positive social impact across Australia.

 

Who is the most inspiring human you have met this year?

 

Leanne Liddle, Director Aboriginal Justice Unit: Department of the Attorney-General and Justice. South Australia’s first Aboriginal policewoman and driving force behind the Northern Territory Aboriginal Justice Agreement, along with Northern Territory Australian Of The Year 2022! 

 

Any exciting plans for the new year?

 

My partner and I are hopefully having a baby *crosses fingers & toes*

 

Family and friendship are: something a lot of people take for granted. The support of family and friends is integral to the well-being of us all.

 

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The purchase of one t-shirt provides free haircuts to two people in need.

100% of funds raised from the sale of this t-shirt go back into helping us achieve our mission: creating positive connections and visibility for some of our most vulnerable and marginalized community members.

 

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