The key to happiness

September 26, 2014

Isha Knill has one job: to help people live their best life. When Isha appears, lives change.  Whether your challenge is personal or professional, Isha offers practical insight and straight talking advice that taps into the real factors affecting success and happiness.

With 18 years of business experience and a life journey spanning three continents, Isha’s learnt a thing or two, often the hard way! She has relocated from Zimbabwe to Australia, overcome debt, survived the GFC, navigated the complex world of property investing/management, conquered depression and transformed her parenting skills.

The Key to HappinessUpper Gwydir Landcare Association (UGLA) is pleased to present a workshop with Isha Knill that will look at finding happiness on Wednesday 8th October at The Roxy, Bingara.

The first workshop presented by Isha, “Planning for a Positive Future” Is particularly targeted towards farmers and will be held from 1:00pm to 5:00pm.

The second workshop “Finding the Key to Happiness” will commence at 6:00pm. The community is invited to share a complimentary drink from 5:30pm prior to the workshop commencing.

Living in rural communities can be both a blessing and a trial. Overwhelming isolation, uncertain weather patterns, climate change, ongoing drought and financial hardship are just some of the things country people face on a daily basis….besides dealing with the day to day difficulties of operating a rural business in a continually changing global economy.

It is little wonder that these challenges can make it difficult to find your way forward and sometimes life can just feel hard.

The good news is that there is a way forward and it begins with learning to manage the way you have been taught to think. What we have been taught to think shapes how we see our world and creates our reality.

Regardless of any situation or circumstances, the one thing you can control is your thinking. Learning to manage your thinking is the key to shaping a different future turning it from uncertain and hopeless to empowering and exciting.

Resilience starts when we learn to question how we have been taught to think.

Questioning frees you to live a life of happiness, contentment and joy.

Why not join Isha on the 8th October, bring along your challenges and let her help you understand how to shape your challenges into opportunities and start you on your journey towards living the positive life you deserve, no matter your circumstances.

The seminar is just one of the inspiring events presented by UGLA as part of its ‘Gwydir Women of Mettle: Forging Leaders 2014’ project. The project aims to equip women with the skills they require to adapt to change and embrace life’s greatest challenges.

The UGLA ‘Gwydir Women of Mettle: Forging Leaders 2014’ project celebrates the formidable strength and resilience of women. The project has been generously funded by the Australian Government initiative Caring For Our Country.

Tickets to the Seminar are $15 and includes light refreshments. Bookings can be made online at (search Bingara – Isha) or by tel: 67 242 052. Further information at