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Summer 2016 Update

Summer 2016 News Merry Christmas Everyone:) This newsletter hopefully gives you a snapshot on all that has occurred in the last few months and what's ahead in 2017. Enjoy! Inspirational Speaking Summary What a year! Although extremely challenging, it has been such a...

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Achievements in 2016;)

Focussing on your achievements in 2016 is sometimes hard. It’s often easier to zone in on what went wrong, what we failed to accomplish or what didn't eventuate as planned. But in this negative mindset we are overlooking our many successes. Subsequently, we are really...

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We Need To Think It To Be It!

  We often associate resilience as more of a physical trait, getting up or bouncing back but that is reliant on us being emotionally resilient. We need to think it to be it! You may be able to get to the gym or do that report or washing but what thoughts in your mind...

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Bouncing into SPRING!

  It’s that time of the year when we’re ‘meant’ to BOUNCE into Spring. I don’t know about you, but right now I don’t feel like bouncing! Any change causes ambivalence and the transition from Winter to Spring is definitely an unsettling change. Suddenly it’s the end of...

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Spring 2016 Update

Spring 2016 News This year has certainly flown by and I’m beginning to reflect on the many book and speaking opportunities that I’ve had. This newsletter hopefully gives you a snapshot on some of my movements. Enjoy! Inspirational Speaking Summary I continue to be...

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Winter 2016 Update

  Winter 2016 News Since the release of my book Reinventing Emma in March 2016, I have had fantastic speaking & book related opportunities that have kept me very busy. This newsletter hopefully gives you a snapshot on some of my movements. Enjoy! Inspirational...

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Tragedy into Triumph

Emma Gee used to hate swimming. Now, she couldn’t imagine life without it. In 2005, Emma underwent a risky surgical procedure to remove a tangle of blood vessels that had formed in her brain. At 24 years old, the Surrey Hills local was in the prime of her life,...

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Emma’s Brochure:

Emma Gee Brochure Click on image to download

Five Reasons To Book Emma:

1. Gain Understanding...
Are you confident that your staff are really putting themselves in another's shoes?
2. Be Empowering...
How do you empower those around you?
3. Start Choosing...
How would you cope if you had a stroke at the young age of 24?
4. Try Challenging...
Do you set goals and step up to meet them?
5. Be Inspiring...
Do you need to be inspired to life a life you love?!

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