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Connect Speaker Series: Greg Page

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We are so excited to announce Greg Page as our next speaker at our next FREE Connect Speaker Series event, on Wednesday, 11 October 2023 @ 7.00 pm.

Get your complimentary tickets now! Places are limited! 

A little bit about Greg…

Greg Page was once best-known as the original Yellow Wiggle in the popular children’s entertainment group, The Wiggles. The impact of The Wiggles is still seen today in 20-somethings and pre-schoolers around the world who have grown up listening to The Wiggles songs. Today the ‘new’ Wiggles are carrying on the legacy created by the original Fab Four of children’s music.

But perhaps Greg is now having even greater impact as “the Wiggle that survived a sudden cardiac arrest, live on stage.” In January 2020, at the end of a performance by The Wiggles to raise money for bushfire relief, Greg suffered a major heart attack. Without the quick-thinking intervention of bystanders, he would have died while waiting for an ambulance.
Everyone makes an impact – either intentionally or unintentionally – and it’s the ability to understand the potential impact you can have on others’ lives that leads you to do great things. Greg will share his own experiences and talk in depth about how and why he feels he was able to make an impact on the lives of others. He will also share the beliefs that have guided him along the way and, at the age of 50, he is still learning that every action has an equal, yet not always, opposite reaction!

At this free event, you will feel an inspiring connection to Greg’s story and be inspired to achieve your potential as he shares key insights into unlocking the creative power of your own mind!

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