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The George Experiment is a collection of conversations, thoughts and wisdom hosted by George Lee Sye – public speaker, author, business leader educator and frequent Superbike ride coach.

While this podcast is more directed towards people with strong career aspirations and high potential, the ultimate focus of George is on lifestyle and turning this big experiment we call life into one long successful fun filled venture.

Nov 3, 2021

ANDREW READ - Andrew Read is a professional Health and Fitness trainer and coach. As he says, he “helps 40yr old men regain their youth and athleticism.”

He is also author of Run Strong, Taming the Beast, and anything else that represents smart training for what he refers to as the “Ageing Athlete”.

George had...

Oct 19, 2021

CASSANDRA ALEXANDER RN - Cassandra (aka Cassie) Alexander is a nurse. She spent ten years of her career working in a burns ward of a US hospital, loving her job and the tough but important role of caring for burns victims.

Then in 2020 we were all struck by the COVID19 pandemic. 

So Cassie took her skills working in...

Oct 12, 2021

KEITH BANKS - This is a follow up conversation with Keith Banks, and a reference to his second successful book - Gun To The Head.

George talked with Keith about his experience in tactical operations, touched on Operation Flashdance, and delved into his experience dealing with the aftermath and years of PTSD.


Sep 20, 2021

In an earlier episode (#62) Don McKay spoke about his experience dealing with and surviving cancer. And one of the things that came out of that conversation for George was the obvious 'resilience' he practiced and displayed throughout that time.

What’s interesting is that George worked with Don back in the 1990s and...

Sep 16, 2021

It takes a lot of courage and tenacity to go public with your own content. To put yourself out there on social media, YouTube, the public speaking stage, in the coaching arena; all expose you to not only positivity, but also negativity.

And it is this fear of the negative aspects of the public domain that often prevents...