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Tips To Take Charge Of Your Career

Ditching the Past and Building Your Future Tips To Take Charge of Your Career Written by Taly Matiteyahu (CEO of Blink, an audio-first blind speed dating app) Broken Dreams From my freshman year of high school onward, my dream was to be a lawyer. I knew that making my dream come true would lead to professional success and assumed that…

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What the world needs now is

What the world needs now is

Written by Peter Horsfield What the world needs now is love sweet…Not just for some but for everyone one. A song was written fifty-five years ago in 1965 by Burt Bacharach and Hal David at the time the world was diving deeper into conflict and war (Vietnam); is just as relevant today as it was back then. If we were…

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Tips for your next business event

Written by Sophie Richardson, Hosting events are great ways to build awareness of your brand. It is a chance to reach out to the target audience and bring them all into a single space, creating a conversation around your company and boosting visibility. They are also a lot of fun. However, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement…

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Setting yourself up for success

Setting yourself up for success with new habits

Written by Kate Witteveen Making a big change is never easy. We usually need many repetitions before something becomes automatic, with research suggesting it takes an average of 66 days to form a new habit. The good news is, this is 24 days less than the 90 days previously suggested. The bad news is, it is still more than two…

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10 Easy Hacks to Start

10 Easy Hacks to Start Living Your Ideal Life

Written By Peter Horsfield 1. Let Go Of Your Past The past is dry cement. We cannot change it, however the choices we make today can change our future. So, next time your thoughts drift back, and you start to self-judge. Be like Elsa from the movie Frozen and start singing “Let it Go!”. 2. Do Something  You do not have…

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Trust Your Inner GPS

Trust Your Inner GPS

Written by Kate Witteveen When it comes to making decisions, we all have plenty of opportunities to practice. Although the often-reported estimate of 35,000 decisions per adult per day is hard to verify (see more), a quick reflection on the many choices we face each day confirms that, regardless of the precise amount, we can be confident that the number…

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What’s new in the world of

What’s new in the world of finance?

Written by Amanda Cassar If the upheaval due to Covid in the past twelve months has shown us anything, it’s that most of us, did not have a plan in place for a pandemic.  And seriously, most of us weren’t alive for the last Spanish flu pandemic of 1918, so the lessons were largely relegated to the past, if not…

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Fun new words to enhance wellbeing

Written by Kate Witteveen New year, new words As a lifelong word nerd, I love learning about the new words that have been added to the common lexicon at the end of each year. Unsurprisingly, 2020 was an anomaly. There were more new words added than in any other year, and for the first time, the Oxford English Dictionary was…

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Sick Of Your Job?

Sick Of Your Job?

Discover how to create your own job in 7 simple steps. Written by Jodie Nevid The Fairy Godmother For Women In Business Creating your own job is the way of the future, in this article you’ll learn why now is a great time to start a business as a coach, consultant, or expert and how to get started in 7…

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The 5 Top Attributes

The 5 Top Attributes of a Leader

Written by Donna Cameron Do you remember being young and looking up to people who inspired you?  They could have been actors, authors, or business people.  It really didn’t matter who they were but they were doing something that you admired, something that caught your attention and something that you wanted to do when you grew up. These people were…

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Personal branding

Personal branding

What can be learnt from 2020 Written by Sophie Richardson It’s been a unique year to say the least. In fact, it’s more accurate to say that it has been an incredibly tough one. It seems we’ve been confronted with challenge after challenge, trudging our way slowly through each obstacle just to get to the other side. This is particularly…

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Becoming an authority figure

Becoming an authority figure

Empower your personal brand and business with media exposure Written by Sophie Richardson There are a number of practices that define your personal brand: how you communicate on social media; the way you interact with customers and employees; the story behind your business to name a few. But perhaps my favourite, and one of the most powerful practices to empower…

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How to build a personal brand

How to build a personal brand

To add value to your business Written by Sophie Richardson You’ve probably heard the term ‘personal brand’ a lot. It’s also likely first interpretations of it hold some association to social media influencers, or being ‘Instagram famous’. While true, the power of a personal brand extends beyond these singular vocations and should be implemented into every business’s marketing strategy. Think…

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The ADHD Entrepreneur’s

The ADHD Entrepreneur’s Secret to Flexible Living

Written by Grace Conyers We all want to get more done in a day. We also want to be able to be spontaneous when opportunities come up. As an entrepreneur, I get that. As a mother, I feel that. As an adult ADHD juggler, I see your struggles – and smile because I’m there too. One way that is touted…

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How To Amplify

How To Amplify The Energy

You & Your Business Spend Online Written by Jessa Lewis How do you know where your genius lies in business (and life) when you show up on social media and beyond? In this day and age with hundreds of social media platforms, website options and more – how can you know where you are going to get the most bang…

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What You Want Starts

What You Want Starts With [You]

Written by Nikki Cox Mothers nowadays are very rushed, stressed and attached to technology. We forget to take a moment to stand still, to reflect and consider our own lives and how we have changed since becoming parents. Motherhood often brings with it a sense of identity loss and the scariest part of going through an identity crisis is not…

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An ADHD Approach

An ADHD Approach to Keeping Resolutions

Written by Grace Conyers Can I tell you a secret? My superpower is ADHD, and I am highly dependable, fully functional human being… all while being unmedicated. Yes, it’s possible to achieve all your goals with ADHD! Oh, I know. Today’s view on ADHD is that it’s terrible, something to be medicated into oblivion. That’s not how I see it…

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The Ego Wants Quantity

The Ego Wants Quantity, the Soul Wants Quality

Written by Grace Conyers Close your eyes and picture what you want in life, what comes to mind? I bet it’s not piles of money, but something far simpler. Maybe it’s quietly reading under a tree with your dog nearby. Perhaps it’s sitting on the beach with your toes in the sand while sipping on iced tea and chatting with…

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What's The Cost

What’s The Cost Of Being Present

In Your Business? Written by Jessa Lewis. When I first started my online business, This Jessa Lewis, I only had about $100 to put into it and I could have easily let this stop me from moving forward with the side hustle. People I had spoken to often spouted off a range of figures with respect to what capital you…

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Being Your Wild

Being Your Wild & Wonderful Self

In Your Online Business Written by Jessa Lewis When we were young, we would go to the playground and just be ourselves. We would dance like we wanted, we would say whatever we felt like saying and we didn’t have any concerns about whether someone was going to take offence, be rude or get the wrong impression. But then as…

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Bullying And Cyberbullying

Bullying And Cyberbullying

Written by Joe Zhou Bullying / Cyberbullying is definitely a big issue that can harm the environment in schools, workplaces and friend circles. It doesn’t only happen between children but also between adults. Bullying can happen literally anywhere. It can happen in schools, at home, at work, in online social spaces, via text messaging or via email. It can be…

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Mumpreneur: A True Definition

Mumpreneur: A True Definition

Shapeshifting from Business Woman to Mum Written by Julia Christie I seem to be facing new challenges each and every day, but one recurring hurdle is that of work/life balance. Just when I find myself in the right mindset and settle down in my workspace, I think to myself I should be spending time with my children, cuddling and reading…

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