You make a mean soufflé, can chop vegetables at the speed of light and have relatives lining up for your food at family BBQs – but could you handle the heat in a real commercial kitchen?
Conventional wisdom says, Do what you love and the money will follow. But what if you still don’t know what you want to be \'when you grow up?’ Here are some unique ways to discover your passion and uncover what you really want to do with your life.
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\'Exchanges are amazing and fun. You get a lot of time to do other things such as travelling, but it also gives you time to reflect on your life and learn things about yourself you wouldn\'t have otherwise known.\'
‘Kids always have exciting ideas about what they want to be and I had all those as well, but I think I actually always imagined myself doing medicine in the end.’
‘I have always been passionate about creating tribes of women, communities of like-minded people.’
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\'To get my first job in advertising I placed two ads. The first used all of David Ogilvy’s techniques, and no one replied, and then in desperation I did a wilder ad...\'
‘I am passionate about teaching people not so much how to cook but how to eat, how to plan a menu for the week, how to stock up their pantry, how to use seasonal produce.\'
\'I\'d been living in Turkey for a number of years and, as an Australian, it was inevitable that I ended up working with Australians coming over to Gallipoli for Anzac day.\'
\'Every now and again when players are misbehaving, or the match is particularly close or tense for some reason, I feel some pressure, but I don\'t think it\'s any different to any other job, I just have to deal with it.\'
\'We skill people for the future by training them to move the world, move the earth and move equipment from point A to point B.\'
Whether they are arranging roses or dreaming up prose to go inside gift cards, there exists an entire industry or workers dedicated to making Valentine\'s Day as romantic as possible for starry-eyed lovers.
The shortage of skilled tradespeople in the construction industry has been eased for the first time in years, but unfortunately the problem hasn\'t been solved in the most ideal of ways.
The Australian Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, has a plan to help the employment sector weather the financial storm: halt pay rises.
When Barack Obama became the 44th President of the United States, he ushered in an era that promises unprecedented and inspirational change.