Why you shouldn't refuse an invitation this Christmas

Why you shouldn’t refuse an invitation this Christmas

Why you shouldn’t refuse an invitation this Christmas By Sue Ellson This year, on 25 December 2017, I will be hosting the Newcomers Network 12th Annual Christmas Day Picnic Lunch in Melbourne. I had a phone call from a guy this week who met me via Newcomers Network over 10 years ago and he is Read more about Why you shouldn’t refuse an invitation this Christmas[…]

Dependent, Independent and Interdependent

Dependent, Independent and Interdependent

Dependent, Independent and Interdependent By Sue Ellson A few years ago, as a consultant, I was recognised as ‘Sue Everything.’ As ‘Sue Everything,’ I didn’t get many business referrals or opportunities because it was difficult for people to remember exactly what I did. So I changed my introduction to ‘Independent LinkedIn Specialist.’ The work came Read more about Dependent, Independent and Interdependent[…]

12 Hour Sabbaticals Can Be Successful

12 Hour Sabbaticals Can Be Successful

12 Hour Sabbaticals Can Be Successful By Sue Ellson In 2007 I participated in the Australian Scouts Jamboree at Elmore, near Bendigo in Victoria, Australia. I was part of a small team that fed 1,200 parent helpers and scout leaders three times a day. In the middle of dust, heat and flies, I worked hard Read more about 12 Hour Sabbaticals Can Be Successful[…]

Funding Journalism, Writing and Content in Australia

Funding Journalism, Writing and Content in Australia

Funding Journalism, Writing and Content in Australia by Sue Ellson As a member of the Melbourne Press Club, tonight (17 December 2013) I attended a public lecture on the ‘Futures of Investigative Journalism’ at the Monash University Conference Centre, Level 7, 30 Collins St, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Brant Houston, a former investigative reporter in the United States is Read more about Funding Journalism, Writing and Content in Australia[…]

Distractions lead to disaster - how can we stop distractions running our lives?

Distractions lead to disaster – how can we stop distractions running our lives?

Distractions lead to disaster – how can we stop distractions running our lives? By Sue Ellson 6 August 2013 I was at a friend’s house on Saturday a week ago and was happy to be watching young children playing.  After a while, like all kids, they made some noise, showing that they were frustrated. I Read more about Distractions lead to disaster – how can we stop distractions running our lives?[…]