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Episode 3: The Pain And Stress Of Getting Cancer Twice


The Pain And Stress Of Getting Cancer Twice with Kylie Mitchell

How to survive cancer and still be happy.

In this episode, I talk to Kylie Mitchell, House Designer, business owner, and all-round awesome person about how she dealt with a brain tumour, a marriage break up, becoming a grandmother before the age of 50, and then being diagnosed with breast cancer.

And if she didn’t have enough going on in her life, she also rebuilt her business while all this was going on, got back onto the dating scene (which is definitely an in-depth conversation for the future) and moved interstate.

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Dealing with Cancer with Kylie Mitchell

The thing I remember most from this interview is that Prosper makes it his business to inspire everyone he meets and leave everyone in a better place.

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About Today’s Guest Kylie Mitchell

Artist, Designer, and Businesswoman

Overcame a brain tumour, ended her marriage, rebuilt her business, got back onto the dating scene and then discovered she had breast cancer.

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My passion since childhood has been creating beautiful art and by the time I was a teenager that had extended to designing beautiful spaces to live in. 

I’ve been in the design industry now for 20 years and over that time I have realised that more and more people want to step outside the standard cookie-cutter designs so often seen in Australian housing and claim their independent style for their own homes.

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