At 16 years old, in a bid to complete secondary education, Rugare Gomo petitioned family and friends in Australia to sponsor his relocation from Zimbabwe. Inspired by his grandmother, who was a passionate advocate for education, Rugare went on to complete tertiary studies, and build a life in Australia. Humbled by the generosity of those who enabled him to receive such an education. Rugare saw this as just the beginning, which became the Gomo Foundation. He is joining me tomorrow from 12 noon till 1pm to share his story and remind us that humans are mostly beautiful, generous and caring beings.
What a beautiful moment we shared today with Harrison Craig and the boys from Laburnum and Mildura West Primary Schools. No better message than to find your voice, whatever that may be, and believe anything is possible.
We are talking about the incredible impact of kindness and care and how extending some, could save a life.
I feel incredibly thrilled, blessed and absolutely honoured to be joined by football legend and media personality, Tim Watson. We are sharing a very touching and personal story that demonstrates how any person can positively affect someone else without ever knowing. It really is ok, to not be ok and kindness and care certainly does save more lives than we could ever know.
The great Eleanor Roosevelt once said "To handle yourself, use your head; to handle others, use your heart."
My guest today, certainly has a leadership style like none other. Paul Gueurra, well known Australian CEO is with me where it really is "OK to not be OK". We're talking about good, not so good and downright irresponsible leadership styles that can significantly affect the human condition.