Career Q&A: The Importance of Feeling the Fear and Doing it Anyway!

In this Career Q&A I feel very privileged to be sharing with you the inspiring story of Melinda Clarke, a passionate entrepreneur who’s climbed a number of interesting mountains throughout her career. A short business course at Monash University, combined with a collection of city maps, helped form the inspiration behind the first edition of The […]

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Career Q&A: A Life Journey. A Crusade

In this month’s Career Q&A we hear the inspiring career story of Leah Bisiani, Uplifting Dementia. Working for the past 25 years to change the culture and philosophy of care delivered to people living with dementia, Leah’s passion for her work is paramount to her success and consequent happiness of others.   Please tell us […]

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Career Q&A: Flexible Work For Mums

In this month’s Career Q&A we hear the career story of Danielle Ross Walls, Career Ideas For Mums. Danielle’s own desire to find flexible work after having children has inspired her to help others do the same, and we’re thrilled to be a part of the upcoming Career Ideas For Mums Expo in October. Please tell […]

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Bree Cleal, Imageffect

Career Q&A: Cut your chops in your 1st industry

The purpose of the Career Q&As is to share the journey of other people’s career journey with Think Bespoke’s community. If you are considering a Career Change, or enjoy learning about the insights behind the success of others, then reading their stories is an enjoyable way to help you then reflect on your own career journey.   A […]

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Career Q&A: It’s all about the students

This is a special Career Q&A as it reveals one of those moments when I reached out to someone and said the thing that no one else would say. Rebecca Wells is a specialist teacher who returned to Postgraduate studies and teaches children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability. Her blog, “The Animated Classroom” (commencing in February) will share and […]

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