Bernie Mitchell

Author. Keynote speaker.

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Bipolar: a path to acceptance 

 

"As your 'favourite' client for four years running now, I had no idea what you were keeping under wraps! Having suffered the debilitating effects of postnatal depression myself, I have a new-found respect for you for navigating bipolar through to radical acceptance, while keeping a healthy balance at home and building such a successful
business! And now, for sharing what you have learnt."

 

Louise Bilston -  Focus Client

 

 

"I really only knew that Bernie had bipolar when I read the manuscript for this book. Having previously been in a close relationship with another sufferer I was able to understand the enormous achievements that he has made to be able to operate such a professional Real Estate Management company. I have no doubt that Bipolar: A Path to Acceptance will be incredibly valuable for others who are seeking an understanding of what is happening to them on a daily basis."

 

Ian Buckley - Property Investor

 

"Bipolar: A Path to Acceptance is an honest, transparent and authentic account of Bernie's journey. I never knew he had bipolar. I know Bernie as a standout, truly professional real estate agent. His entrepreneurial spirit brings fresh ideas to the industry creating a powerful presence in the real estate market. He is a joy to work with!"

 

Geri Forsaith - CEO, Sydney Property Conveyancing


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"With a member of my family suffering Bipolar Disorder when asked to read this book, I saw it as not only an honour but I was also curious to see if what we were experiencing was the 'the norm'... What I did learn is that Bernie is NOT 'the norm'... he is far from it. The tenacity, persistence, courage and determination Bernie has shown throughout the years, dealing with what his illness has thrown at him, as well as supporting his family and building a successful career along the way, is truly inspirational."

 

Carolyn O'Connor - Operations Manager, Agent Plus

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