Bernie Mitchell

Author. Keynote speaker.

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Bipolar: a path to acceptance 

Sydney real estate property manager Bernie Mitchell was diagnosed as bipolar in 1998, but went on to set up a successful business. His mentor is his wife, Sam, and their story proves that business success thrives on love, trust and inspiration as much as facts and figures.

Source: Illawarra Mecury Online

Bernie Mitchell is a small business owner and real estate agent. He says he would have no problem hiring someone with a mental illness in his business Focus Property Management in Sydney.

Source: Business Day, Online

Bernie Mitchell is a small business owner and real estate agent. He says he would have no problem hiring someone with a mental illness in his business Focus Property Management in Sydney.

Source: WA Today, Online

Bernie Mitchell is a small business owner and real estate agent. He says he would have no problem hiring someone with a mental illness in his business Focus Property Management in Sydney.
That's largely because he knows what it's like to be in their shoes. Mitchell, 38, suffers from bipolar disorder. He is also author of Bipolar: a path to acceptance, about his diagnosis of bipolar disorder, and how he learned to manage his illness. As a father of four, Mitchell wanted to show it's possible to balance running a business with raising a family, all while managing his condition.

Source: Canberra Times, Online

Bernie Mitchell is a small business owner and real estate agent. He says he would have no problem hiring someone with a mental illness in his business Focus Property Management in Sydney.

Source: Brisbane Times, Online

Bernie Mitchell is a small business owner and real estate agent. He says he would have no problem hiring someone with a mental illness in his business Focus Property Management in Sydney.

Source: The Age, Online

Bernie Mitchell is a small business owner and real estate agent. He says he would have no problem hiring someone with a mental illness in his business Focus Property Management in Sydney.

Source: Sydney Morning Herald Online

Bernie Mitchell is a small business owner and real estate agent. He says he would have no problem hiring someone with a mental illness in his business Focus Property Management in Sydney.

Source: Residential Property Manager

Property management specialist offices retain landlords much more effectively than the 'traditional' real estate agency, said one leading independent principal.

Source: Real Estate Business Magazine

Some principals swear by a business plan, while others would have trouble locating it amongst all the other paperwork. So, just how improtant is it to plan ahead and, in 2013, what are offices focusing on? Real Estate Business investigates

Source: Residential Property Manager

An award-winning property manager has opened up about his struggle with bipolar disorder and running a successful property management business in his new book, Bipolar: a path to acceptance.

Source: Residential Property Manager

Tough but realistic deadlines are the key to keeping an effective business plan, an award winning property manager had said.

Source: Residential Property Manager

An award-winning property manager has opened up about his struggle with bipolar disorder and running a successful property management business in his new book, Bipolar: a path to acceptance.

Source: Residential Property Manager

Only 10 per cent of emails sent by real estate agencies are read by consumers, according to a recent email intelligence report.

The 2013 Australia and New Zealand Email Intelligence Report prepared by Return Path benchmarked over 500 Australian brands in 24 industries. It found the real estate industry had one of the lowest engagement levels.

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