Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Beating the Challenge

Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Beating the Challenge

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Vanessa Marsh

vanessa.marsh@news-mail.com.au

ATTENDEES at the Bundaberg Business Women's Network (BBN) breakfast tomorrow morning will receive a rare treat with Sue Pieters-Hawke speaking at the event.

The daughter of former prime minister Bob Hawke and community worker and advocate Hazel Hawke, Mrs Pieters-Hawke will speak about dealing with personal challenges.

BBN communications officer Angela Nightingale said Mrs Pieters-Hawke would draw on her own intimate and personal struggles as a mother, wife, business-owner, daughter and carer, and share her strategies and the resources she used to help build her resilience to counter the stresses of her prominent life.

C[pounds sterling]It's a very relevant topic nowadays as the pressures we encounter in our personal lives have increased dramatically the past two decades,C[yen] Ms Nightingale said.

C[pounds sterling]How we deal with these personal challenges can impact immensely in our professional working lives. …

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