Accidental entrepreneurs

Have you ever had one of those moments when a total stranger says just four words to you, and manages to sum up what you’ve been struggling to articulate for years without even realising it? I’ve¬†worn a lot of hats in my professional life, often at the same time. Whether in journalism, not-for-profits, education, government, communication and public relations, and now in health and wellness, … Continue reading Accidental entrepreneurs

The sad state of current conversations in Australia – hobbled by hypocrisy

By Ruth Limkin If it wasn’t so serious, it would be funny. I just watched the video of this morning’s Sunrise segment which discussed Christian Schools wanting to retain the right to employ men and women whose values and lifestyles align with their organisational values. The article they were discussing¬†was about proposed changes to anti-discrimination laws which may remove exemptions currently afforded to religious organisations. … Continue reading The sad state of current conversations in Australia – hobbled by hypocrisy