When Jonny Warren was homeless and struggling to get his life on track after battling drugs in his 20s, he never imagined he would one day lead a team of 13 as director of one of Canberras fastest-gr
Courageous Conversations: Laura O’Reilly reveals how she is helping people with disabilities have a fighting chance at a normal life
Laura O'Reillys always been incredibly passionate about helping those around her who haven't had an easy path in life.
Courageous Conversations: Mike Green talks about passion and purpose and why you need something to drive you
Five months into his retirement, Harcourts Managing Director, Mike Green knew he wasnt living his best life.
Courageous Conversations: Romany Brooks on how to handle people saying no and the importance of community
BresicWhitney sales agent, Romany Brooks is passionate about real estate and her community, with a strong ethos of building a positive culture wherever she goes.
Courageous Conversations: Nathan Casserly talks “shared leadership” and tackling hard times beyond the business world
How Nathan Casserly restructured his business and why going into Superman mode isnt always the right thing to do as a leader
In a short space of time, Avi Khan has been able to create one of the fastest-growing agencies in Brisbane, driven by his personal leadership style.
Courageous Conversations: Nicole Davidson on how to stop seeking external validation and start developing your emotional self
Navigating your way through life and in the process trying to find yourself, are some of the biggest challenges we all face.
With all the demands that real estate puts on you, it can be difficult to start a career as an agent later in life.
Much like a professional athlete, real estate is a high-performance activity that rewards the people who are prepared to work harder and never give up.
Courageous Conversations: Renee Reynolds on building a property management business that puts the client first
Fifteen years ago, Renee Reynolds was told that a standalone property management business would never work.