Tim Prosser discusses life long learning

The Importance Of Life Long Learning And Mentors

Working with mentors and embracing a commitment to life long learning can have significant benefits both in our personal and business life. Understanding different perspectives and building knowledge from others already experienced in our field, helps us build on our strengths and develop our weaknesses.

Tim Prosser has a background in IT, is a start-up business mentor at Remarkable and is passionate about reimagining life long learning. His work has connected people, assisted freelancers tackle business problems, and helped social entrepreneurs bring revolutionary and liberating technology to support people with disabilities.

In today’s episode of Be The Drop, Tim discusses the progress of entrepreneurialism in Australia. Tim shares his insight into life long learning, what we can do to overcome education challenges in our society, and what our government can do to remove some of these challenges.

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Amelia Veale

Amelia Veale

Amelia is the Chief Storyteller at Narrative Marketing. She has a passion for improving brand connection for brands and their customers, through story.