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What Being an Athlete Can Teach Us All About Success

  • 19 Apr 2018
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
  • The Rhythm Cafe, 3-5 Bridge Street Foster, Victoria 3960

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  • Special price for members. BONUS offer: You can take two non-members at membership prices.

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Our April guest speaker Jenny Holliday will share with us her insights on What being an athlete taught her about success.

To be a successful athlete you need more than just genetics. 

Jenny is a successful athlete holding a world record for the fastest female pitcher at 123km, an Olympic Bronze Medal winner and recently she was awarded an Order of Australia for her contribution to sport.  

Jenny is also a successful business woman. She and her business partner work with the not-for-profit sector nationally helping them to grow their businesses and their people. Taking the strategies of the sporting arena and employing them in the day-to-day experiences of people in a work environment. She works with boards and business teams focussing on building sustainable practices that ensure longevity in this interesting sector.

Jenny will share with us key strategies she honed as an athlete that have enabled her to be successful in business and that those of us who are not athletic can also use and develop.


Join us on April 19 at the The Rhythm Cafe & Restaurant in Foster, 3-5 Bridge Street, Foster, Victoria 3960

About our venue...
 

The Rhythm Cafe has long been famous for it’s great food and friendly atmosphere – and for bringing world class music to Foster.  The greatly expanded menu has something for everyone, including delicious, authentic Indian curries.

Some parking is available on the streetfront. More parking is across Bridge St behind the Post Office or down Main Street. 

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