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A Different Kind Of Grandma

One of five siblings, Karen was born and raised in Adelaide by her father- a business owner, who sold art supplies to schools and local artists. He often told Karen to travel and find her own way in life, and that’s exactly what she has done. Her first trip was to Qld (Queensland), and it seems that’s where she was actually bitten by the travel bug.

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Inspirational Author Will Blow Your Sox Off!

Suzanne Waldron, author of the hard-to-put-down recently released-and-doing-very-well book, A Flourishing Mind had warned me – and my sox would have been blown to smithereens, had ...

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Good Things Do Come in Small Packages

  Only difference here is that this ‘good thing’ is actually nothing short of fantastic and that ‘small package’ is actually teensy-weensy.  Enter the amazing JO ...

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Human Rights Activist, Monica Perrett, Simply Keeps Fighting

It gives me very great pleasure, to say nothing of pride, to introduce a woman who is all the above and more and also my friend of some years’ standing. Please meet aged care worker, Monica Perrett, mum to six and grandmum to one. A real battler. Monica says, she has always supported the underdog and fights for what she believes is right. And, believe me, I have watched her, albeit from afar, and she is all that she says she is.

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Lisa Evans Teaches Public Speaking Confidence To Women

“We have all sat through bad presentations, so I encourage women to gain skill and confidence in public speaking so that your presentations are the ...

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Inspiration Is Everywhere – You Just Gotta Keep Diggin’

It’s in every industry, every walk of life – everywhere. And I’ve always held such inspirational people with huge respect and admiration. Those ladies who have already been featured on Women’s Lifelink’– most of whom are reaching for the stardom of entertainment and some already there. Such inspiration! And now, here is another group of amazing people – another group of people about whom I have always been fascinated and held equal respect and admiration – business women. Yes – business women. Many of whom are combining marriage, motherhood and many other aspects of life with business. And talk about inspiration personified!

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Gita Cellei Followed Her Dreams…And Look at Her NOW!

Who is GITA CELLEI?  A woman who seems to have done it all and still is.  Born to Indian parents and raised in the suburbs west ...

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Originating From Melbourne, This Lovely Pop Star Is Now Hitting The ‘Big Time’ In The USA

And who is she? Enter KATJA GLIESON, a survivor of bullying and now proving to the world that such adversities just cannot win – not if you are determined rise above them. Katja is a growing international woman who is rapidly gaining attention for her original music and videos and superb talent – and she’s gorgeous to boot and a thoroughly nice person.

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Actor, Musician Mandi Siler Makes Her Mark On The World

World, please meet Californian actor and musician, MANDI SILER. Another young lady who has suffered through the nightmare of bullying and has some good advice to share with other victims. And Mandi is now rising above her nightmare to become an actor and a musician. This thirty-six-year-old is an only child, having also suffered through the tragedy of losing her older brother when he was hit by a drunk driver at age sixteen.

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My Path To Inspirational Women

While I have written about a lot of amazing women, most of whom have fought and won against some form of adversity or another in their lives and are now reaching for the stars, I have also found that people are asking how I find these people – and if I am practicing what I preach. In other words, am I a victim of bullying and how did I cope? So I thought that I’d make a slight detour here and tell you all about me!

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Former Bullying Victim, Sharon Bridgeman, Makes Acting Dreams Come True

Meet Irish actor and model, SHARON BRIDGEMAN. Here is another prime example of a young victim of bullying who is proving that her nightmare cannot stop her from reaching for her dream. The nineteen-year-old has always wanted to be an entertainer – both on stage and in front of a camera. Sharon says acting has made her a lot more confident, which is understandable given she has performed in numerous plays in The Gaiety and in many other productions as well as on camera and as a voice-over.

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Meet Lore Burns: Australia’s Multi-Talented Choice For The World Championship Of Performing Arts!

Another name to remember – LORE BURNS – another singer who is going places! Born in the UK but raised in Australia, Lore has played music and studied theatre her whole life and has recently worked on her first commercial show: "King Kong." She is passionate about music, drama and social justice. Also a part time music teacher, she shares her gifts as well as dream about her future.

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Meet Talent Expert Tracey Chantel Marshall

TRACEY CHANTEL MARSHALL is another super duper inspirational lady. Originating from a more humble background, this amazing lady was born in Harlem and raised in the infamous Queens bridge Housing Projects single-handedly by her mother. Her father passed away when she was two. She has two sisters and a daughter of her own to say nothing of four bright and talented grandchildren.

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Meet Diet And Exercise Expert Gabrielle Maston

Please welcome the indomitable, Gabrielle Maston. She is a TV presenter, a columnist for Channel 7’s That’s Life Magazine, a dietitian, an exercise physiologist, health coach, mentor dietitian, personal trainer, club manager and more. And, she looks great and is a lovely person to top it all off!

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Meet UK Entertainer Madeline McQueen

Madeline McQueen, UK actor, model, dancer, film & stage crew and photographer, is another picture of true inspiration in that she has overcome adversity (bullying) to reach the lofty heights for which she, too, seems destined. Madeline felt she had a normal, happy childhood, friends with everyone in school along with other children, until the day she changed her mind about something.

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