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Penny Mitchell – Communications that Matter

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Out of breath by Penny M

It is a long while since posting here, but life hasn’t been normal. Amidst family visits to Australia and packing to move home, communication has been mostly one way - others to me. Now I sit at a bedside where... Continue Reading →

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Voices that Matter – what I did with my 67 minutes and more on Mandela Day

Craters appear in the sands as we drag out our heads to observe the view, listen to voices which shout in silence above the roar of chanting seas.  The pace of deprivation accelerates.  Crimes formerly closeted by morality are exposed... Continue Reading →

Great Expectations not by Dickens, but … by Penny M

In keeping with tasteful tones of past and present, the regular venue for Melbourne Lit Group is housed beneath the sandstone levels of Federation Square, in and bordering the historic Federation Wharf vaults. The restaurant overlooks the banks of the Yarra... Continue Reading →

It’s Time to Write What We’ve Time to Read

by Penny Mitchell – Communications that Matter – Co-author of Going Global – Technology made Simple One of the most difficult books to sell online is the one I have written with my friend and fellow author, Sue Trollip, Going... Continue Reading →

Technology – when communication fails by Penny M

I recently gave a presentation on technology to a group of gracious pensioners. My topic was Technology for Bank Pensioners – It’s a Cruise. Unfortunately, I was the one who ended up at sea and heading for a bottle when... Continue Reading →

Your Date of Death is not usually on your Calendar – Penny Mitchell

Do you have a Will and a practical plan? Tragic events continue to grab world media attention and shock reasonable people into startling acts, lifestyle changes and prejudices. All victims have one thing in common – they didn’t expect to... Continue Reading →

Oscar Pistorius – Punishment Enough?

I wonder what New Year's Eve was like for Oscar Pistorius, the athlete, now notorious for killing his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. I am currently reading Behind the Door by Mandy Wiener and Barry Bateman. The book was recommended to me... Continue Reading →

Mind the Gap – Social Media

Those of you who have had the opportunity to ride on an underground rail system, commonly referred to as the tube, will be familiar with the warning to passengers to, “Mind the gap.” In explanation, there is a space between... Continue Reading →

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