Yesterday I cried. I have never cried for another country’s election result before. But yesterday I cried.
Why did I cry?
I cried for the millions of people who obviously had felt unheard and ignored for many years. Who had watched the world change around them in ways they couldn’t understand – other than that they had no job and no food to put on the table.
If you have ever wanted to do a mentoring session with Ingrid Cliff, but couldn’t afford it, I have an offer that may work for you.
You see, I have loved sharing my insights and knowledge with my students at ACU. So much so that I am going into withdrawals because lecturing has now finished for the year.
When I am working on multiple projects at once, my computer desktop is normally messier than a preschooler’s toy collection.
My desktop becomes a dumping ground for snippets of research, screenshots, ideas for new blog posts, things I want to read and essential programs. Unfortunately, it means that things can get easily lost in the jumble of folders, icons, and images.
Have you ever said yes to something and then wondered how in heck you are going to make it work?
One of my dear friends, Sandy, is a uni lecturer at ACU. A few weeks ago when she suddenly needed surgery that involved a long recovery time, she asked if I could step in and take her final year students for a few weeks for her.
This piece is the first post from our intern, Rachel Cliff. She is a final year Mass Communications student at QUT, and crafted this profile about one of our long term clients, Brian Wilson, from Pianocare for her assessment. It was such a lovely piece that we simply had to share it on our blog. Thank you Brian for your generosity of time in allowing Rachel to interview you!