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TolunaTeamAUNZ

  26 months ago

Family Time With Toluna - Task 9 (AU)
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Hello everyone,

August is almost over, so this is the last task in our Family Time contest. Ahead of Father's Day, we're getting sentimental and thinking about our parents, so we'd like you to answer this Topic question:

Of all the things you learned from your parents, what do you feel was the most valuable?

Note: This topic will close on 6th September, so don't take too long to answer!

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Contest details:

- Throughout August, we'll post two Family Time tasks per week (on Mondays and Thursdays).

- The Influencer who completes the most tasks will win. If there is more than one clear winner, the prize will be awarded to the Influencer who participated in the most surveys throughout August.

What's the prize?
A $200 Red Balloon voucher to spend on an experience of your own choosing.


*Only registered members of Toluna Australia and New Zealand panels are eligible to win. One winner from Australia and one from New Zealand will be announced and awarded by 14th September 2018.
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alaaz

  26 months ago
It cost nothing to be polite; the returns usually immeasurable
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IncognitoMama

  26 months ago
My parents always told me to take a jacket with me, and that I'd thank them later when I was out at night when the temperature dropped. :)
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jtaufa76

  26 months ago
Respect was the most valuable lesson taught at home. Everything my parents taught me, always linked to Respect. Respect when I go to school, Work, Church. This also teaches me to be humble.
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james.cooper604

  26 months ago
How to save and use my money wisely
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sarahakerridge

  26 months ago
to always be prepared. Keep a budget and stick to it, so that you always have money to rely on if something unexpected comes along.
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cejones3

  26 months ago
So much! Don't consume for the sake of consumption. Take only what you need. Repair and reuse. Respect your elders. Money and looks are not an indication of whether someone is a worthwhile person. Intelligence is to be cherished. Thinking is to be encouraged, not mocked. Good manners cost nothing. The latter is often forgotten by people today. Thanks Mum and Dad for everything.
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cejones3

  26 months ago
So much! Don't consume for the sake of consumption; take only what you need. Respect your elders. Money doesn't dictate whether or not you are a worthwhile person. The same goes for beauty, which is fleeing, unlike character, which is permanent. Intelligence is to be cherished; thinking is to be encouraged, not mocked. Be yourself; you don't have to copy others. Most of all, good manners cost nothing. This last one is so important, and seems to have been forgotten by too many people today. Thanks Mum and Dad for everything.
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dianachanner

  26 months ago
The most important thing I learned was my good work ethic. I was taught if you do a job then do it well.
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gilliej

  26 months ago
Everything I have learnt from my parents over the years has been valuable. I guess the most important ones were: Treat Others The Way You Wish To Be Treated, Try Everything At Least Once, You Need To Respect Yourself Before You Can Respect Others.
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sarahjane20

  26 months ago
How to respect others,house rules and manners as I was a total brat sometimes lol
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