Being your best you
Breakfast brings life and business advice
IT’S not often that a dining room will be full of laughter at 7am, but that is exactly what happened at the Dalby Leagues Club on Wednesday.
Dalby businesses, community members and the Chamber came together for a special breakfast run by BMO.
The breakfast included a presentation from business leader, keynote speaker, and author Bruce Sullivan.
Mr Sullivan has travelled around the country and overseas delivering his message, and has also been voted Australian Keynote Speaker of the Year by the National Speakers Association of Australia.
As guests sat down, still waking up for the day, Mr Sullivan took to the floor with energy and humour, discussing the importance of being “your best you”.
“Initially I was in business and, when my mum passed away, I got really interested in grief and dying and change,” he said.
“I did a lot of study and helped people in the community and later the education business began.”
The topics discussed ranged from work, to family, to life in general, with Mr Sullivan sharing a number of personal anecdotes about his own work and family life.
“I think it’s every parent’s responsibility to try and be the best version of themselves, so you can grow the best version of your children.”
“We kind of settle with dysfunction and dissatisfaction; I did 11 years as a therapist and saw so many people missing out on life.”
“I think people really do want to be the best version of themselves, but sometimes need a reminder.”
MOTIVATIONAL BREAKFAST: Megan James, from BMO, with guest speaker Bruce Sullivan and Trudi Bartlett, from Dalby Chamber.