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Alot of people are fiercely private about their happy place – and I understand why. In this chaotic, busy, and sometimes unsettling world there are fewer places and spaces where we feel soothed, grounded and guided; where we feel creative but calm, inspired but at rest, productive but peaceful. When we find – or create – these spaces we want to guard them, protect them and keep them to ourselves so no one will disturb them.
But, what if we were happy to share them? What if we invited people to join us and our happy places became community spaces where we could ignite our unique human potential together?
This is the vision behind my latest passion project – Collective Retreat – a four-bedroom escape in Bangalow, 10 minutes from the beating heart of Byron Bay. The property is available to you, our community, whether it’s for corporate retreats, brainstorming days, family vacays or a well-earned break from changing the world (because even entrepreneurs need a holiday).
This isn’t just a holiday rental – it’s my happy place. Five years ago I bought the hideaway after writing a book called Property Investing: The Australian Way. Back then, Collective Hub was only a flicker of a vision and I never imagined that one day I’d have an international community to share it with.
Since then the property has undergone a huge transformation (more on that in just a moment) to become a place where I’ve had some of my most life-changing ideas and lightbulb moments. I could have kept it to myself or ‘flipped’ it – but where’s the joy in that?
Because happy spaces are sacred but so is a sense of community – and I truly believe you can bring the two together.
You’d barely recognise the property if you saw it when I bought it. In one word – technicolour! The main bedroom looked like a Neapolitan ice-cream tub because the walls were chocolate, pink and white, while the kitchen was bright blue. It felt too busy, overstimulating and distracting. >
You’d BARELY recognise the property if you SAW it when I BOUGHT it. In one word – TECHNICOLOUR!
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