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Tea and Resilience

True Story, in 2017 I bought an RTO, got cancer and somehow Learning Partnerships and I survived

The other day one of our beautiful trainers Robyn sent me a message asking if we were going to do something for the Cancer Council Biggest Morning Tea.

It hadn’t even occurred to me. This is surprising considering cancer consumed so much of Learning Partnerships, mine and my families energy and time over the last 2 years.

Cancer Council Invitation.pngLearning Partnerships have decided to run a morning tea with some presentations around resilience from myself and Taryn Le Nu Author of To Cancer with Love and the beautiful soul who’s advocacy for sharing brought information to me that made me realise that I had cancer regardless of what the doctors were saying . Our Theme is Tea and Resilience (Although we will most certainly have coffee and lots and lots of healthy and not so healthy bits of goodness) I hope you can join us. Get your tickets now 

Screen Shot 2019-05-02 at 9.41.04 am.pngThankfully due to some business process reengineering, digital transformation and fantastic staff, friends and family, I  have managed over the last two years. I’m here, Learning Partnerships is here. But it could have easily been not. Key person risk and redundancy planning is a big issue for small and big businesses alike and its worth a conversation and a bit of time.

I hope you can join Taryn, myself and the Learning Partnerships Team for our morning tea.

AliceCancer doesn’t just impact the person going through it. It  impacts businesses, partners, children, family and friends. No one is left untouched and the same as what they were before, but sometimes it doesn’t have to be that hard. The Cancer Council support in so many ways that you just can’t think of until you are in the story. They provide assistance to out of town families to stay with their loved ones right through to providing free wigs and makeup sessions for people to feel more comfortable about going out and doing the day to day of living – which still goes on.  The Cancer Council were there to help me and provided me with a free wig to wear so it wasn’t so visible so I could attend our graduation and provide our students with their diploma. It is this type of support that we want to help the cancer council keep on going.

If you can’t join us at our morning tea maybe you could also consider donating to support the Cancer Council.



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