“Just a pretty face” – the line this IT whizz has never forgotten

I started getting really interested in computers when I was only 10. I was curious and found PCs very fascinating.   At that age, I believed that the square box would be something very amazing as I grew. I was involved in my primary school’s computer lab,...
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The reason you’re feeling like a fraud in your business is because you are not living on brand

One of the biggest fears new female entrepreneurs face is feeling like they’re a complete and utter fraud. There’s that fear that one day soon, someone’s going to call them out on being a fraud and their whole business is going to come crashing down. And then they’re...
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Is your relationship toxic? 4 ways to tell

Every relationship has its ups and downs. It’s quite normal for two people to have differences of opinions and to experience some conflict from time to time. Even for me and I’m a Relationship Therapist. Dr John Gottman renowned relationship expert once said:...
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Finding yourself again after being lost

Today, I want to write about an experience I’m going through – that of being lost in who I am. I don’t have any answers, or suggestions or top tips to finding you again. Instead, I want to share the journey because I know that you might resonate with it too. If not...
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Can a busy mumpreneur have it all?

This month, I embarked on one of the most challenging chapters of my career so far: relocating to Singapore to launch Manning & Co's sister company, Gemstar's, first Young Entrepreneur's Program in partnership with Murdoch University. So far, this initiative has...
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5 secrets to maximising your career in your twenties

Whether you’re fresh out of uni hungry for internships and entry-level positions, or an established professional fully entrenched in the daily corporate grind, your twenties can sometimes feel like you’re playing pretend businessperson rather than living it. Many...
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Jane Curnow on why it’s never too late to transform your life

I have spent a lifetime obsessed with my weight and appearance, a lifetime chasing the white picket fence dream and a lifetime suffering from depression! My life has been littered with addictions, heartache, broken relationships, eating disorders, anxiety, depression...
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Competing in an industry that creates +190k jobs in Australia

CEO of air events global, Victoria Garlick, sits down with This Woman Can to tell us a  little bit more about her Aussie start-up that she aims to see become the default global online marketplace within the events industry Can you tell us a little more about the...
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Ripple effect: the Aussie actor fighting for change in the film and TV industry

“Having to fight to be seen as a woman when you are 52% of the population is nothing short of bizarre!”   With a career spanning over twenty years as an actor, writer and director in the Australian stage, film and television industry, Kate Hood makes it clear...
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Striving for work-life balance? Give flexible working arrangements a try

In modern society, women are bombarded with the idea that we can ‘have it all’. However, juggling full time work and parental responsibilities can be a stressful situation for even the most organised of mums. Many working mums are changing up their employment...
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Finding yourself again after being lost

Today, I want to write about an experience I’m going through – that of being lost in who I am. I don’t have any answers, or suggestions or top tips to finding you again. Instead, I want to share the journey because I know that you might resonate with it too. If not...

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Can a busy mumpreneur have it all?

This month, I embarked on one of the most challenging chapters of my career so far: relocating to Singapore to launch Manning & Co's sister company, Gemstar's, first Young Entrepreneur's Program in partnership with Murdoch University. So far, this initiative has...

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