Member Of The Month

Cecille Weldon: ‘I Was Waiting For Future Women Without Realising It’

The property expert on how she measures success.

By Becky Hansen

Member Of The Month

The property expert on how she measures success.

By Becky Hansen

Cecille is the creator of the Banksia award winning Liveability Real Estate Framework. Developed to drive a new value proposition in real estate, this groundbreaking property marketing framework includes a new professional pathway in real estate, the Liveability Real Estate Specialist, and the collaborative consumer portal liveability.com.au. So in a nutshell, she’s setting the bar very high for our future Member’s Of The Month.

Cecille is a true entrepreneur and began her first business at age 16. In addition to the Liveability Real Estate Framework, Cecille has also created a personal time management system, Organic Time Management, which is outlined in her book Travelling with Time. 

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What are you reading right now? I have two choices, which I may read simultaneously. Circe by Madeline Miller, which is the NSW Art Gallery book club selection. I’m reading this without any background which is part of the excitement. I’m also reading Exactly: How Precision Engineers Created The Modern World by Simon Winchester. The subject fascinates me, it’s about how connections matter, and how so many outcomes are determined by how well things connect.

The most remarkable woman you’ve ever met? One of the most impressive women I’ve met is Rachel Botsman. I heard her speak years ago and she was generous with her time and encouraged me when my ideas were just a vague gut-feel. As a woman she is the magic blend of style, grace, intelligence, warmth and insight that’s just so impressive. She foresaw the sharing economy with her book on collaborative consumption,What’s Mine is Yours: The Rise Of Collaborative Consumption and her latest book Who Can You Trust? How Technology Brought Us Together And Why It Might Drive Us Apart is once again timely and relevant. I recommend watching her TED talks (they’ve had 3.5 million views) and she was voted one of the world’s top 20 speakers to keynote your conference by Monocle.

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