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Eve Ash is a Melbourne-based psychologist, motivational speaker, filmmaker, author and entrepreneur. Eve is the CEO and founder of Seven Dimensions and co-created the Cutting Edge Communication Comedy series starring Erin Brown and Emmy-award winning Kim Estes.Kim Estes. Retrieved 18 October 2017.Kim Ester, Outstanding Actor in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series -2017., EMMYS award, Retrieved 18 October 2017.Cutting Edge Communication Comedy Series (2012), Kim Estes,</ref> Eve’s books Rewrite Your Life! and Rewrite Your Relationships! were co-written with Rob Gerrand and published by Penguin Books. Her documentary Shadow of Doubt about the murder of Bob Chappell and conviction of Susan Neill-Fraser was nominated for best feature documentary at the AACTA Awards.She produced and stars in a 6 part TV series: Undercurrent: True Murder Investigation. Her latest film, Man on the Bus, won the audience award at the Jewish International Film festival 2019. Eve was a Director/ Board Member of the Australian Film InstituteSeven Dimensions - Business Owner. Her Business, Retrieved 18 October 2017.Eve Ash. Platinum speakers, Retrieved 18 October 2017. and Film Victoria (formerly the Victorian Film Corporation).

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Cheng gong si wei wan quan shou ce = Rewrite your life / [Ao] Eve Ash, Rob Gerrand Zhu ; Zhang Xu, Zhang Bin yi
成功思维完全手册 = Rewrite your life / [澳] Eve Ash, Rob Gerrand著 ; 张序, 张滨译
Uniform title: Rewrite your life. Chinese
by Ash, Eve
Ha'erbin : Ha'erbin chu ban she, 2006
哈尔滨 : 哈尔滨出版社, 2006
by Ash, Eve
Fitzroy, Vic. : Seven Dimensions Pty Ltd, 1980
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