Telopea resident Alissa Crawford, who works at Ability Options in Seven Hills, says she would love to meet Albert Einstein and be able to read people's minds.
Three people I would love to invite to dinner: Andrew Denton, The Dalai Lama and Billy Connolly.
The best advice I ever received: "You have two ears and one mouth for a reason. Use them in that ratio.''
The most amazing thing I've ever done: Help with promoting the campaign for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), including organising 250 people to attend the rally in Sydney last year.
If I was down to my last $10 I would spent it on: Food.
My greatest fear: Failure.
My fantasy job: I love my job as a Transition to Work Consultant with Ability Options but it would also be fun to be a movie/television reviewer.
If I could have a super power it would be: To read people's minds.
My favourite phrase: You can't hit a bullseye unless you know where the dartboard is.
My hidden talent: I don't believe you have a talent if you choose to hide it.
If I could travel back in time, I would love to meet: Albert Einstein.
One thing I will never throw out: My iPad.
My last meal would be: Vietnamese food.
My first car was: A 1982 Ford Laser that was more than 20 years old but only had 60,000km on the odometer.
I'm always being asked: What are we doing today? (by my clients).
My most embarrassing moment: Too many to choose from.
True love is…special.
What people may not know about me is: I am a twin.
Wierdest thing in my glovebox: A pair of secateurs that my partner left in there (he has his own garden maintenance business).
My biggest fashion faux pas was: Bike shorts.
I wish I hadn’t: Ruled out studying teaching when I was younger.
My earliest memory is: My fourth birthday. I got a blue swimming costume with white stars on it as a present and loved it.
On my bedside table is: Baby oil. Best thing for dry skin.
People say I look like: My dad.
A movie I think everyone should see: Shooting Fish.
In the future… I would like for my family, friends and I to be happy.
Favourite book as a child: Anything by Enid Blyton or Richard Scarry.