Many women feel at the mercy of the digital world – like they need to defend their right to participate in it, rather than carve and build their unique identity, brand and presence. This prevents them from building the innovative, credible and powerful movements they are capable of. … More Three Ways for Women to Better Engage With the Digital World
Women’s networking groups and events often get a bad rap. My response to the detractors of women’s networking groups is to give it a go, before you criticise. You just never know who you might meet and gain wisdom from.
… More The Unique Wonderful World of Womens Networking
Like a lot of other people starting up a business, I wondered. How I could have impact? Using the right tools is a great start, as is not spending too much money too soon! … More I Challenge You To Look Before You Leap
LinkedIn is a powerful tool for women to use to build and nurture their brand and their network. I’m teaming up with one of Australia’s leading LinkedIn experts to run an event just for women, to learn how to use LinkedIn so they can succeed. … More 5 reasons you must learn how to use LinkedIn
How can you get your message about your passion and purpose heard? Here are some practical tips to get you started. … More The Centre Of Attention: 7 Ways To Get Your Message Heard
The guilt women carry for making the simplest investment in themselves, their career, their business or their wellbeing needs to stop! Here’s why. … More Lose the Guilt and Get the Advice You Need
Hate the thought of a networking event? Don’t roll your eyes & scream argghhhhh! Read this. … More Argh! Not another networking function.
Why do women feel like they cannot be authentic? Is it because of the societal expectations of how ‘nice girls’ should behave means attitudes are not shifting quickly enough? … More Can I Really Be Me and Succeed at Work?
Are You in Complete Control of Your Digital Identity? If not, why not? Here’s how to do it. … More Are You in Complete Control of Your Digital Identity?
“If it’s to be it’s up to me” are words that have galvanised me into action many times. Why? Because we have to stop admiring the problem. … More How I Stopped Admiring The Problem