Mindset to Success: It All Depends on Your Perspective

Have you ever caught yourself asking: “Why aren’t I successful yet?” “I should’ve been successful by now?” “Why aren’t I THERE yet?” Have you ever secretly felt jealous when another woman got her promotion before you did, as if you’ve just been cheated off of your...
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Corporate social responsibility: how We Can All Do Our Bit For Society

Corporate social responsibility (CSR): it sounds like something that belongs to massive industrial behemoths, doesn’t it? Yet, I’d argue that CSR is for all of us and that even the smallest of businesses can embrace the principles of CSR and that the benefits are wide...
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How meditation can make you a more successful woman

This is no quick fix solution or gimmick - you read that right. Meditation can make you better at your job and best of all, the wins are holistic – beneficial to your career and your insides. Being a woman is challenging, enjoyable and rewarding but let’s be honest –...
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Inside a teenage mind!

Remember when you were growing up and wondered if life would always be this hard? (That was not a rhetorical question - hopefully you don't - but if you do or you know a teenager who is there now, you may want to consider keep reading)! The past ten years I have...
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5 Tips to Start a Successful Ecommerce Store Online

Building a successful business from home while raising a beautiful family may sound like a pipe dream. But with today's suite of online tools, it is more than a reality. If you are inspired to stay at home and raise your kids, a home-based e-commerce business is a...
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Danielle Dal Cortivo named Executive of the Year in the Canberra Women in Business awards

CEO of Asthma Foundations ACT and Victoria, Danielle Dal Cortivo, was selected as the Executive of the Year in the Canberra Women in Business awards in late August. Having successfully led the ACT organisation for three years, Danielle took on the additional challenge...
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Bipolar Disorder: My leadership journey

Each and every mental health disorder is different. The way it is for one person is not the same for another. When I try to explain this to people, I often use autism and the fact that we talk about a spectrum to explain this. Bipolar disorder can be thought of...
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Tradettes Plumbing breaking ground for females seeking trades

“Follow your dreams, never be afraid of what people say and never doubt yourself or your abilities.” When it comes to walking the walk, no one does it better than Helen Yost, founder of Tradettes, a plumbing service based in Brisbane. The company employs female...
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Lessons learned in a tech start-up

Start-ups: they sound so cool and it is sort of in fashion these days to work for yourself. If you connect with other entrepreneurs during networking events and say you’re tired, you would have heard the common remarks “Yeah, but it’s fun, isn’t it!?” or these other...
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Women: we NEED TO STOP SUGAR-COATING THE START-UP GRIND

Sponsored content   We’ve all heard the industry experts who make comments along the lines of this: ‘it’s never been a better time to start a new business. You don’t need lots of money - you just need a laptop, a phone, a social media account and off you go.’...
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Inside a teenage mind!

Remember when you were growing up and wondered if life would always be this hard? (That was not a rhetorical question - hopefully you don't - but if you do or you know a teenager who is there now, you may want to consider keep reading)! The past ten years I have...

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