Cash, Trust and Taxes are 3 of the essentials must knows for business owners ssys Kyelie Baxter who is the Owner and Principal of Accountant IQ Accountants.
Sandy Abram says that having your own business will “give you the biggest highs, exhilaration and thrills but be prepared for the dark tunnels and scary dips!”
Sandy should know. She has been at this game for more than 13 years with 2 successful businesses.
Picture this. Your favourite sporting team runs onto the field/court. In the case of AFL, this would see my beloved West Coast Eagles running on. 18 players who run on and take their designated positions. Their role in the team is set. But what happens if we send 18 goal kickers out and no defenders or midfield? Crazy huh?
I want all Australian’s to take action to create a kinder, more compassionate, inclusive Australia. Especially for women, because you know what? Australia can be a tough place to be a woman. But you can make a difference. You can do this by being deliberately, purposefully and mindfully inclusive, kind, compassionate and just a little bit audacious!
There’s a lot of talk about the problem of gender inequality. There is a lot of talk about the benefits of a gender diverse workforce. Increasingly, CEO’s are including gender diversity in their top priorities. I would forgive you if you were thinking “blah, blah, blah” right now. Because guess what? Many leaders are thinking blah blah blah. Alarmingly, there are many women in the corporate world who think (and say) the say thing. Because there is a LOT of talk and very little high impact action. Or is there?
Women are rapidly rising in their influence and power with a global female economy worth $28 trillion. How does business tap into that economy? By removing blind spots.
It’s undeniable that in many ways we have come a tremendous long way with female empowerment. From the beginnings of the women’s rights movement through to 2018, we’ve achieved a great deal however, we still have a long way to go.
Whilst our national gender pay gap has reached its lowest level in 20 years at 14.6%, there are still 62 additional days from the end of the previous financial year that women must work to earn the same pay as men.