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About David Green
For seven years, from 1995 to 2002, David wrote a weekly column titled "Priceless Pearls" for The Bush Telegraph (a local newspaper in the Hornsby to Hawkesbury region of Sydney), in which he drew on life experiences, sports, movie themes, and current events, to inspire people and make them laugh.
In 2003, David published his first book, "Toast", which is the story of his family's experiences facing bushfires the previous year and coping with post-traumatic stress.
His second book, "Common Cents", is a common sense whole-of-life approach to taking control of your time and money. In it, David draws on his experiences in financial management, project management, and family life. He worked in finance and project management for AGC and IBM for seventeen years, and spent eleven years as a self-employed accountant to small business. Between 2007 and 2015 he managed the finances of two international charities, and now practices in the private sector. In the chapter titled "Down in the Dumps", David draws on the negative experience of being unemployed and the simultaneously positive experience of being "Mr Mom" for three years.
David holds a degree in Computer Science attained at the University of Melbourne, a Masters degree in Commerce/Accounting from the University of New England, and is a Member of the Institute of Public Accountants in Australia.
David's writing is filled with unique, helpful and humorous insights into his subjects. His writing style is direct and down-to-earth. He calls himself "an ordinary bloke writing for ordinary people."
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The first thing that impressed me after the event was that every little thing that every family member, every neighbour and every fire fighter did before, during and after the firestorm was critical to the success of the operation. Every square metre of ground cleared, every spot fire doused, every hosing and every water bombing was equally important. The second thing to impress me was that the force of that fire was still greater than hoses, buckets and helicopters combined. I can’t believe they stopped it alone. Every house saved is a miracle. Thank God for my family, my neighbours, the fire fighters, the helicopter pilots, and His miracles.
Like four independent witnesses, each member of my family contributes their own unique insight into those events and the thoughts and feelings they provoked. I hope it informs, inspires and entertains you.
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Learn practical everyday skills such as:
The Weakest Link
The Acid Test
The Mind Map
The Law of Copy Cat
The Do Drawer and the Don’t Drawer