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Kim Scott

Born in 1957, Kim Scott's ancestral Noongar country is the south-east coast of Western Australia between Gairdner River and Cape Arid. His cultural Elders use the term Wirlomin to refer to their clan, and the Norman Tindale nomenclature identifies people of this area as Wudjari/Koreng. Kim's professional background is in education and the arts. He is the author of two novels, True Country and Benang, poetry and numerous pieces of short fiction.






Darya Bukhtoyarovahat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
It’s natural to crave a little control. But power and control are illusory and won’t get you where you really want to go. Relationships are more effective, and more satisfying.
Darya Bukhtoyarovahat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
Authority derives naturally from merit, not the other way around.”
Darya Bukhtoyarovahat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
The way you treat people determines whether you’ll get their best effort, a perfunctory effort, or an effort to sabotage you. When you treat people like cogs in a machine, you’ll get no more than you demand, and you create an incentive to break the machine.


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