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Entered the 2017 Motivating Mum Brilliant Biz Mum Awards yet?

With a little over a week left to enter, I definitely want to see your nominations for this years Brilliant Biz Mum Awards! There are 13 Awards categories covering everything from writing to social media to creative marketing to innovative products and more so it is time for you to step up and unveil the great work you have been doing over the past 12 months. Which is why I am proud to be supporting as a guest judge in the Brilliant Biz Mum Awards and they are now open for you to nominate yourself or another amazing biz mum/s!…

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2017 Motivating Mum Brilliant Biz Mum Awards are on again…

I am proud to be supporting as a guest judge in the Brilliant Biz Mum Awards and they are now open for you to nominate yourself or another amazing biz mum/s! There are 13 Awards categories covering everything from writing to social media to creative marketing to innovative products and more so I definitely want to see your nominations for this one! Prizes for the winners include coverage in Kid Magazine, a beautiful PAIRD necklace and a business package worth over $4,800. Best of all, all the Awards are judged – no social media voting – so winners are Awarded on…

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#BuyThis Long-Established Business; Import/Wholesale Very Pretty Things, ready to ramp up Online…

The current entrepreneurial owner took this 85 year old Madame and reshaped her into being 21st century ready. She, the business, now is in need of the next new talent that can utilise the robust base and morph it into the online sensation it is longing to be… • Niche Business with revenue in excess of $600,000 • Adjusted profit to owner in excess of $100,000 FY2015 • Supplying Australia’s leading fashion houses, retailers and manufacturers • Specialising in the craft, gift and packaging market • Arrangements in place with suppliers, including exclusive with key supplier in Europe (requiring bi-annual overseas trip) • Iconic brand with 85 plus years…

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Have You Entered The Brilliant Biz Mum Awards and Conference Yet?

Time to get onto it! The Brilliant Biz Mum Conference & Awards is a celebration of amazing mums in business – by way of showing off their products and services, listening to their amazing stories and celebrating their achievements. The Conference & Awards will be held on May 14th, 2016 featuring approx 40 stallholders, amazing speakers, workshops and networking galore in the day! The Awards night is a fun night of celebration and networking directly after the Conference – culminating in awarding 13 amazing mums in business as the best in their field. The Awards The Brilliant Biz Mum Awards are all…

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Brilliant Biz Mum Awards… Your Time has Arrived to be Congratulated!

I am proud to be supporting/sponsoring/managing an Awards Category/a guest judge in the Brilliant Biz Mum Awards and they are now open for you to nominate yourself or another amazing biz mum/s! There are 13 Awards categories covering everything from writing to social media to creative marketing to innovative products and more. My category is the ‘Best Community-Minded Mum’ so I definitely want to see your nominations for this one! Prizes for the winners include coverage in Little One Baby online, a beautiful PAIRD “rockpool” charm necklace and a business package worth over $500 Best of all, all the Awards…

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PODCAST: Women in Leadership – You’re Invited to be Interviewed…

Finish the year off with a BANG, by being interviewed by delightful Annemarie Cross. And the type of Leaders which wants to interview: Are you or have you been a Leader of People? Have you led in Corporate, Local, State and Federal Government, Ministry, Not-For-Profit, and any other walk of life for that matter? That’s it, that’s the criteria. So, yes – it means YOU! Go forth and contact Annemarie. Details are contained in this flyer.  

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CASE STUDY: From $6 to $5668 per qtr in GST in just 3 years…

Who would think it is pleasing to use Tax as a Growth Indicator? This story from one of my charges (Julie Demczuk of www.exclusivepmg.com.au) just this week, got to love a share such as this: I’m sitting in my office on my own thinking about when I first started the business.  I remember saying to my bookkeeper I can’t wait until I start paying GST.  I was so excited when my first GST bill was $6.  After three  years my GST bill for the last quarter is $5,668. What an amazing difference. What an amazing difference indeed! Whilst I haven’t contributed…

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Steve Jobs’ legacy includes the Women he inspired…

The Steve Jobs story often leaves out all the others, including dozens of women, involved in Jobs’ first big bet, 1984’s Macintosh. Like everyone else on the original Mac team, these 20-somethings put in gruelling hours to create a machine that could live up to the vision of Apple’s brilliant and volatile leader. And now, they are movers and shakers in their own rights. Read their entrepreneurial mother stories in full here… http://www.cnet.com/news/steve-jobs-legacy-includes-the-women-he-inspired/#ftag=CAD590a51e  

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WEBINAR: Women in Business, Ensure a Saleable Business = FREEDOM!

The powerhouse of motivating mum’s, Alli Price, invited me to speak on one of her recent Google Hangouts. Once I got the technology sorted (!), it was all systems go and it is now proudly displaying on her youtube channel. Please, go check it out… http://www.motivatingmum.com It’s great launching and running a business but your eye should always be on the prize – selling your business successfully! Check out these great tips from Denise Hall, The Entrepreneurial Mother On this one I talk a lot about FREEDOM. Why did you start your business in the first place? How well is that…

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“I can make you famous…”

  Is it about being famous? Or is it about doing good work and becoming famous as a result? As a senior editor at National Geographic for 37 years, Mary Smith worked with prominent research grantees—including primatologist Dian Fossey, paleoanthropologists Louis and Mary Leakey, and conservationist George Schaller—to produce illustrated articles for the magazine based on their work. Is it true that Leakey—who started Jane on her life’s work with chimpanzees—tried to get you [Mary] to work for him too? “Mary, I can make you famous,” he told me. He wanted me to give up my career at the magazine to go…

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