Posts in Personal Development
Brad Smith - Trust in your labour

Brad Smith is an Australian entrepreneur, speaker, champion Superlite MX motocross rider and advocate for safe motocross riding practices. He was knocked back by over 50 manufacturing plants during the start-up of his motocross brand “braaap” however, his drive and tenacity lead him to successfully build Australia's only motorcycle company. Brad is the recipient of several achievement awards including two times Australian Young Entrepreneur of the year and four times Australian Retail Business of the year. Brad is also on the advisory board to the Reserve Bank of Australia. In 2008 Brad launched the first braaap store, a retail outlet intended to be “the motocross equivalent of a surf shop”. Braaap has since expanded and has four retail outlets across Tasmania and Victoria and is available in seven countries worldwide.

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Susan Burke - Get Noticed, Get Hired

Susan Burke is an award winning global careers coach helping you to "own the game you most want to win." Your career! She helps high level professionals, Directors & C Suite Executives who either want to get hired and/or want to get companies chasing them. They realise the old school approach to job search is dead and buried. Her slogan is "Get Noticed, Get Hired." You can connect to Susan via LinkedIn and grab a complimentary copy of her best selling book direct from her website.

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Anne Lytle - Create your own narrative

Professor Anne Louise Lytle received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Cornell University in the field of Neurobiology and Behaviour, and both her MS and PhD in Organisational Behaviour with a specialisation in Negotiation & Dispute Resolution from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University. 

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Sam Cawthorn - Bounce Forward

Sam Cawthorn is the authority in personal corporate resilience, best selling author, professional speaking coach, philanthropist and was awarded Young Australian of the year.
In October 2006 Sam’s life changed forever when he was involved in a major car accident, where he was pronounced DEAD. He was thankfully resuscitated, but left with an amputated right arm and a permanent disability in his right leg.

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Richard Bowles - Keep Going

He has run across the world’s longest mountain trails. The world's longest marked trail at 5,330km here in Australia to New Zealand's equivalent at 3,054km, how about Israel's length at 1,012km or end to end of South Australia, another 1,200km. He's also run around an exploding volcano in Sumatra. Its these experiences and the psychological findings combined that makes Richard Bowles' angle different from all the rest.

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