I'm bucking the trend of 80's post punk humanitarian bands as I love Mondays. A wide open door of newness and opportunity. So today's Monday came on the heels of a Sunday in Murwullimbah where the rain was so relentless I was googling ark designs. Bright hard sunshine with a feeling of power that pushed through the damp and grey. As a writer, I am always indebted to bloggers that review my work and take the time out to interview me. It's always a double treat when they bring a love and understanding to my work. With Love for Books did Dogs of India proud with this piece and a little giveaway to boot! Happy Monyay and enjoy.
Dr Polly McGee is an author, entrepreneur educator, digital strategist and urban yogi. Her writing and teaching is informed by a life of diverse experience: she has worked in kitchens, bars and restaurants from frantic to fancy, managed multimillion dollar innovation grants programs, worked with hundreds of start-ups to refine their business ideas and source funding.
A trusted communicator on digital strategy and small business, Polly has contributed to a range of business and digital publications for private enterprise and Government clients including Start-up Smart, presented ABC Northern Tasmania’s Drive Program, and created a suite of digital, audio and video content. As co-founder of Start-up Tasmania, she was voted one of the most influential people in Australian Start-ups. Polly is currently the Strategic Marketing Lead for global edtech company Prosper Education, and President of social enterprise Produce to the People. Her first novel, Dogs of India came out in 2015. Her second book The Good Hustle will be in bookshops and online Feb 2018