In this, the final part of his story, David Flint tells of the attempts he made to move into business ventures totally removed from the music/entertainment industry but how his passion for the music business and other circumstances kept drawing him back.
David shares how he finally moved into a new and pretty much final phase of the use of his creative skills when he moved into voice-over production.
With a partner he sets up Flint-Webster, a production company that he co-ran for some 25 years, which had major success both locally and internationally.
Eventually David allows himself to be bought out having worked himself into exhaustion.
Now, in almost full retirement and living in a beautiful house in the beautiful surrounds of Eltham outside of Melbourne, David can afford the luxury of sitting back and reflecting on what has been an amazing career full of even more amazing experiences.
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