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Running a School: What I learned about business from travelling the world, Part 8: Heading South

 

Leaving Cairns we headed a little further north and stayed at Port Douglas, then turned around and headed back down south, stopping off at beaches and flying kites, before arriving back in Sydney, and my old job at the CB Hotel. So much for the Never Again list.

 

Knowing it was only short term, and that I was working for double pay during holiday shifts made it much easier.

 

Having saved up again, we headed south, camping with kangaroos, dodging bushfires, hiking through the Snowy Mountains and learning Aussie rules in Victoria.

 

Briefly stopping in Melbourne, we boarded a ferry to Tasmania.

 

The following time in Tasmania, and the remaining travels before arriving back in the UK, have taught me valuable lessons I still use in my business now.

 

I’ll go into those in detail in future articles, but for now, I’m going to pause this series for a deeper look at the dead-end jobs which had taken me to this point.

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