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Australian Political Leaders on Optimism

“There is no country on earth that prospers without optimism”

Scott Morrison, Prime Minister of Australia

"At the best of times and the worst of times I'm always optimistic."

Josh Frydenberg, Treasurer of Australia

"we should be optimistic and outward-looking, confident in the knowledge that our people are our greatest competitive advantage"

Jan 2019

Darren Chester, Minister for Veterans Affairs, Australia

"I’m optimistic because I spend time with many passionate, intelligent and resilient young Australians in our regions who want to make a difference in their own communities." 

See https://australianleadership.blogspot.com/2019/03/darren-chester-if-anyone-asks-what-time.html

Senator David Van, Australian Senate

"I am optimistic because I see how resilient the Australian people are. We live in a tough environment that throws extreme challenges at our people & they always rise to the challenge, help each out & move on. Australians are a remarkable people."

Anthony Albanese, Leader of the Opposition, Australia

"I’m optimistic about the future. Provided we get the policy settings right."

on "Jobs and the Future of Work" October 2019

Greg Hunt, Minister for Health, Government of Australia

"Optimism is the indispensable element to success. It may not guarantee success as hard work and planning also have to be involved.  But the absence of it will almost always prevent success"

Michael McCormack, Former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia

"Serving the people living in the regions is what keeps me optimistic, even in the toughest of days. These people have put their trust in me to fight and deliver for our local communities, and I will always speak up for them loudly.”


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Daniel Andrews, Premier of Victoria

"Victorians are buoyant and optimistic"

Craig Ondarchie MLC, Victorian Parliament

"Optimism is brave. I think optimism is the opportunity to shape reality. I think optimists probably have more disappointment than other people, but they get the opportunity to create opportunity. They get the opportunity to create happiness."

More from Craig Ondarchie

Dustin Halse MP

"People working together for the common good — this makes me optimistic, and it’s a decidedlyVictorian trait."

Matthew Guy, Leader of the Opposition, Parliament of Victoria

"I am optimistic because I think Victoria has its best days ahead of it, not behind it. Our state has great opportunities ahead of it and I want to be the Premier to work with our community to deliver that brighter future."

John Eren MP, Victorian Parliament

"Optimism is what keeps people inspired to live and love life. Being optimistic also inspires people around you to be hopeful for the future. It is part of the evolution of humanity for the better."

Read more https://australianleadership.blogspot.com/2018/11/john-erens-case-for-optimism.html 

Dr Tim Read, Member for Brunswick, Parliament of Victoria

"I want to bring a sense of optimism back into state politics. We can easily start by improving public transport, and making cycling and walking safer. This is both good for our planet, the local amenity and our own health."

Cr Samantha McIntosh, Mayor  of Ballarat

"Optimism gifts us the potential to make nothing something and something wonderful."

Sue Doherty, Mayor of the City of South Perth

"Faith is the foundation for my optimism"

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