UWA criticised for Australian Family Association talk by transgender sceptic Quentin Van Meter – ABC News

Whilst I believe in free speech and University of Western Australia expressing their rights to allow Quentin van Meter to speak there I do not share his views that transgender people like myself and others I know are mentally ill.

UWA criticised for Australian Family Association talk by transgender sceptic Quentin Van Meter – ABC News
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At certain times in our lives we’d have make decisions which seem small at the time however in the long run will impact us in a bigger way. If we are prepared to make these critical decisions not matter how tough then we will benefit from them in the long run.

Making tough decisions sometimes such as turning down an opportunity to speak can be a blessing in disguise in the long run though we may not think so at the time. Being able to control our destiny by making these tough decisions will mean in the end we getter better results as well as looking after ourselves in the process and enjoying the ride as we run our race. 😀

Find your broom

Find your broom. Use your broom wisely. Change the world. Put aside your ego and serve others so you can make an impact. If you do this then others will not respect you they will also learn from you and your example.

If you want to make a global impact then always take your broom with you wherever you go. Put aside your pride and become one who helps others through your message. Spread a message of hope and love ❤️ and by doing so you will change the world leaving it a better place for the next generation.

That is what I what I want to do with GendaCare by making it better for the next generation of transgender people.

Overcoming obstacles.

Sometimes in life we have mountains to climb, obstacles to overcome. I have had my own obstacles to overcome of late. What I learned is that it is your attitude and approach that are the keys to overcoming them. Also having the right strategies in place to deal with them helps as well.

If you have a positive mindset and are persistent then no mountain is to high too climb and no obstacle too great. My next mountain to climb is to start my foundation – GendaCare. More obstacles to overcome however will be worth it in the end to leave a lasting legacy.!

How will you approach your next obstacle?

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