Retrieved from Channel 9
Tom admits to being blessed with an easy life and has a very close relationship with his family who know everything about him, especially Mum.
“I’m a Mummy’s boy.”
A passionate and honest person, he likes his opinions to be known and makes an effort to stay well educated on a range of topics. Tom has spent years traveling the world which has had a profound impact on his life. “I have seen and experienced both the good and bad overseas and that has shaped me into who I am today and the decisions I make.”
“I get extremely frustrated by selfishness, closed minded attitudes the when people are driven by the amount of money they have and their social status. There is more to life than work, money and how beautiful you look.”
Tom volunteers at the Sydney Children’s Hospital in their weekend play program. “Seeing the toughness and resilience of the children along with their zest for life really has helped put my own into perspective. Life should never be that hard – you only have one shot at life, try and make the most of each day and never wish a moment away.”
Eager to please people and a self-confessed yes-man, Tom tackles life with gusto each day. “If you’re not a morning person, you might struggle with my level of intensity at 7am!”