Every Monday and Friday since 2013, Osher brings his listeners a conversation that hopes to make today a little bit Better Than Yesterday.
Sometimes the conversation is with a person you know, sometimes the conversation is just Osher checking in – but no matter what, each episode you’ll hear something you need to hear.
From Oscar winners to Olympic Gold Medal winners, from highly successful entrepreneurs to high-powered politicians, each conversation focuses on how that guest has managed to make today a little bit Better Than Yesterday, in the hope that you can take some of those lessons and apply them to your own life.
Osher Günsberg creates powerful conversations surrounding addiction, mental health and wellbeing in sharing his personal story against the backdrop of Osher’s extensive and successful media career. He is able to share with audience’s how he navigated his own mental health which was detailed in the creation of his powerful memoir, and have impactful discussion that aim to make each day better than the last by promoting healthy conversations.
Back, After the Break OUT NOW
The bestselling and ABIA Award shortlisted memoir from Osher Günsberg, Back, After the Break is now updated with new material including a chapter by his wife, Audrey.
An honest, revealing, raw, funny and heartfelt memoir from one of Australia’s most well-known and well-liked celebrities – new material includes new words from Osher and a chapter by his wife, Audrey, highlighting the ongoing journey that is mental health, the birth of their son and what it’s like to be the partner of someone with a mental illness.
About 200 came to the event. Many in attendance thanked me for enabling this special event to happen, and that is immediate feedback from our community. I’ve worked in Community Development for over 19 years and I cannot remember ever receiving so many ‘Good on you’s’ after the event as I received last night. The most common comment from those who spoke to me last night was how relatable Osher’s story was as he gave his presentation in language that ordinary people can identify with. Social media and local media are all over this event I’ve seen today – even my boss, who is in Hobart for a Suicide Prevention Conference which coincided with this event, rang me this morning to congratulate me telling me he’d already seen so many positive comments on various forms of social media.
All we can say is Osher was AMAZING last night! So accommodating with last minute changes, happy to take pics and chat with people and just generally happy to go with the flow of the night. We honestly can’t thank him enough for his time and energy
From a personal perspective I really enjoyed getting to know Osher, he was so genuine and down-to-earth and an absolute pleasure to work with. Please also tell him thanks for the tips on LA!’ Johnson & Johnson