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Where we share stories that empower women and young people, providing them with the knowledge, confidence and drive to realise and maximise their life journey. Women supporting women…  let’s work towards an incredible future together. Share your story here.

Building an Insta-Network

There's a famous quote by an unknown (my guess) woman, it's not what you know but who you know. Lately I've discovered this to be entirely true. Sure, you need to know what you're talking about for credibility but it's the people you meet who help you deliver it to...

The fear of photography and video

As professionals, we all understand the importance of changing with the times. In 2018, internet marketers are moving into video and photo-rich platforms, as these sites are projected to take up more than 82 per cent of bandwidth by 2021. However, this can be a tough...

Breaking Ambition

At 28-years-old, after a devastating end to a seven-year relationship and during a time of self-discovery, I dated an acrobat. While watching him and his friends perform amazing acts of vaudeville, I was inspired to take up acrobatics. I had done gymnastics for about...

Request change beyond Flexible Working Week

It’s true, there is a special day or a week dedicated to a cause each day. Some are for charities close to our heart, some are so left field they are off our radar, and then there are those days which pop up that can spur us into action because we know they make sense...

My year of living vulnerably

The Oxford Dictionary defines vulnerability as: “Being exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally.” Brené Brown, the Queen vulnerability studies, describes vulnerability as: “Uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure.” You...

How to use video to get the phone ringing

Have you shot videos about your business with little or no improvement in customer enquiries? As frustrated as you may be, don’t delete your YouTube channel yet. You may be making a few mistakes in your creative process – which are entirely fixable. In this blog,...

Why women should converse with men about their health

Some of the hardest conversations we can have are with the ones we love – especially when it comes to talking about mental and physical health. No one likes to admit when they are not living up to expectations (either set by society or by themselves) or are...

Leaving the rat race and learning to love ourselves

“There are things we can control and things we can’t. Why not start with what we can?” Before I share my own story which began a long time ago, I will take you back to when my son was only three-years-old and my mother suffered a devastating ventricular aneurysm. It...

How doing something physically helps with depression

When I was going through depression and trying a number of different things to get through it, I realised that when you did something, as in physically did something, it helps.   I’m not a doctor but I’ve read that exercise releases certain chemicals in your body and...

How The Digital World Is Helping Empower Women To Become Business Owners

The digital world has changed the way that women act in and upon the business world. Changing trends and new digital technology are giving women the world over the tools, knowledge, and support to enter the business world and make waves. But what’s driving this...

A businesswoman on a breastfeeding mission

I’d been a professional midwife for eight years and genuinely passionate about helping women through the most challenging, but simultaneously most rewarding time in their lives. My husband and I were ready for our own family and while I was pregnant with our first...

How to get ahead in 2019 as a single income family

Living on a single income can make managing daily expenses a challenging task.  Still, many people choose to survive on one salary to spend more quality time with family.  For temporary solutions, like maternity leave and to nurture preschool aged children, financial...

“Women working together and supporting each other is critical”: Natasha Stott Despoja reminds us of what we can achieve with global sisterhood

“I was often treated as a novelty and too often, judged or commented on in relation to my appearance, marital status, age and clothing.”   It’s a familiar story for women...   In positions of power as Natasha Stott Despoja, the youngest ever woman at 26-years-old to...

How storytelling can empower the next generation

Storytelling is the fabric that unites us and with the rapid rise of technology, almost everyone has the power to share their story. While the most successful businesses have understood the power of storytelling for quite some time, it’s time for us as individuals to...

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