Rupert McCall OAM

I think when one’s first instinct is to place the book he has just read in front of his 20-year-old daughter and 18-year-old son; then it has to be a good thing.

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“I finished reading ‘Innovation in Australia’ by Ben Kehoe last night and can honestly say that I got a lot out of it. I think when one’s first instinct is to place the book he has just read in front of his 20-year-old daughter and 18-year-old son; then it has to be a good thing. The inconvenient coincidence and truth of the matter is that Ben’s message could not be more relevant for the situation we currently find ourselves in. I encourage every Australian who genuinely hopes for a more prosperous version of their country in 50 years… to invest one week of their life in soaking up its pages.”

Rupert McCall OAM
Author – Great Australian Storyteller

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