Introducing Sydney’s #NorthwestFaces
The Sydney Metro Northwest Places team collaborates with local community members and organisations from Northwest Sydney on a regular basis. There are so many people doing great things in the community that we decided to launch a program to share some of their stories, which we like to call Northwest Faces.
Amanda Brisot, West Pennant Hills
This month we’re turning our spotlight to local Amanda Brisot, General Manager of Western Sydney Business Connection, a not-for-profit member-based organisation that exists to connect and provide a voice for the businesses of Western Sydney.
After an unprecedented 2020, Amanda spent the Christmas break at home with family, relaxing on the veranda and in the pool, doing jobs around the house and enjoying time with friends.
To kick off the year, Amanda has given us her tips about how to use January to prepare for the year ahead:
- Take some time to cast out old energies and bring in the new ones. I’m a big fan of meditation and I practice it daily as much as I can.
- Get clear on what you want to achieve – set goals in your own mind on what you’d like to achieve personally and professionally.
- Focus on opportunities – we spend the first quarter at Western Sydney Business Connection encouraging members to look at what we can actively pursue for the year ahead. It instils a great sense of optimism by starting the year off this way.
Maria Tiems, trainer at Live Life Get Active
Jinnie De, Nupur Dance Academy owner from Baulkham Hills
Campbell McLeod, owner of Stage Door Espresso in Bella Vista
Sandeep Panidir, Quaker’s Hill local resident
Are you a Northwest Sydney local?
Tell us your story for your chance to be featured as one of our Sydney Metro Northwest Faces by using the hashtag #northwestfaces or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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