Episode 23: Braith Anasta joins John Gibson

We are Talking Real Estate with industry leader John Gibson, a must listen as we go around the grounds with access all area’s the property sector, which leads to interest rates being very high on discussion topics for so many Australians. Gibson explains the term ‘rent investing’ as a system for Australians entering the property market. And we look at the international climate & effects on the market including the Chinese market and what seems an improving Chinese Australian relationship.
Our special guest is Rugby League superstar Braith Anasta. Doting and devoted father, his charity and community work renowned, post Rugby League retirement his career stocks are booming, media personality, presenter, sports agent, co-founder STRONG DAD, a fitness app with a real point of difference, to be the best Dad he can whilst prioritising his personal life and advancing a professional career, with a strong message for all men and their mental health. 
Rugby League his DNA the nephew of the legend that is George Leslie Piggins how Anasta never ended up in the cardinal and myrtle of South Sydney still leaves plenty pondering. Host of NRL 360 an addict captivating television, the host chair becoming more comfy by the day, measured he wears a velvet glove & throws down when he believes he’s right! Anasta is staunch, loves a laugh with his close tight circle.

A playing CV that reads this way 110 games with the Dogs of War including the NRL premiership in 2004, 147 games with The Chooks, 31 games with The Tigers. Four Tests in the Green & Gold, 10 Origins for the Blues, appearances with NSW City, The Pm’s XIII and a Test with Greece. Awards there are many, Dally M Rookie of the Year, Dally M Five Eighth of the Year, close to home The Jack Gibson Medal, Supporters Club Player of the Year, The Players’ Champion and Dally M Captain of the Year.
On a lighter note and changing tact, The Bachelor series couldn’t quite catch him! 
We welcome Braith Anasta!

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