PODCAST: Multi-millionnaire Mike O’Hagan on entrepreneurship, outsourcing and global change (Ep 20)

mikeohagan

In Episode 20, I talk to Mike O’Hagan, a serial entrepreneur, multimillionaire who quit school at 14 and worked in every job under the sun until he was 28 when he started his first business. He became an entrepreneur at 34 with the advent of Mini-movers, and has since gone on to own at least […]

PODCAST: How to be Disruptive as an Entrepreneur, with David Smith (Ep 19)

davidsmith

Welcome to Episode 19 of the Your Brilliant Un-Career Podcast Show! David Smith has lived the high flying corporate life, and helped build billion dollar companies but he’s also been shot at, accused of being a spy and left feeling like he barely saw his growing family. A couple of years ago, David gave the James Bond […]

PODCAST: On becoming the leader you need to be to run a successful business (Episode 16)

Alison Vidotto

Welcome to Episode 16 of the Your Brilliant Un-Career Podcast Show! Author of 22 Leadership Fundamentals Alison Vidotto shares how she went from being a mother of six and teacher to the CEO of the family business, a sought-after keynote speaker and trainer in leadership, and the founder of an international charity. Alison’s story is nothing less […]

On getting unstuck and overcoming your fear of standing out, interview with Michaela Clark [Episode 11]

michaela clark

Welcome to Episode 11 of the Your Brilliant Un-Career Podcast Show! What’s standing between you and phenomenal success could be, well, yourself. In this interview with Tradies Business Show co-host Michaela Clark, you will gain massive insights on why you’re on your way to burn out as a business owner, how you can change course and quickly […]

PODCAST: Let’s see what happens if…, an interview with Scientist and Entrepreneur Grace Conyers (Episode 8)

Grace Conyers

Welcome to Episode 8 of the Your Brilliant Un-Career Podcast Show! Do you still have a sense of wonder about the work you do? In this episode I talk to Grace Conyers, an entrepreneurial scientist and teacher. Grace is a pioneer in her field because she has taken a very traditional industry and her aim is to […]

PODCAST: Web Marketing That Works, and Influencer Marketing with Tim Tams, an interview with Adam Franklin (Episode 6)

Adam Franklin

Welcome to Episode 6 of the Your Brilliant Un-Career Podcast Show! Adam Franklin spills the beans on his book Web Marketing That Works (co-authored with Toby Jenkins) and shares his best tips on website development (for both developers and clients), marketing strategies that work, and a surprising winning influencer marketing strategy that involves two Aussie delights: Tim […]

PODCAST: On work, life, escaping corporate culture, and modern marketing, interview with Susan Popovski (Episode 3)

Susan Popovski from SP Communications

Welcome to Episode 3 of the Your Brilliant Un-Career Podcast Show! In this episode I interviewed Susan Popovski about breaking free of the Mummy Track and juggling it all. Susan shares her insights on corporate culture and why women leave the workforce plus tips and insights on how to juggle work and life. She also shares her […]

PODCAST: Why setting boundaries is good for your solo business, interview with Nicole Leedham (Episode 1)

Nicole Leedham -- Copywriter

Welcome to the Your Brilliant Un-Career Podcast Show! This is my very first episode! In this episode I interviewed Nicole Leedham from Black Coffee Communications. We had a great chat about establishing boundaries when you run your own business from home and how to better manage your time. Nicole also shared tips on how to get […]

Women entrepreneurs, look after you!

that moment when... you overdo it

It’s so easy to forget to look after yourself properly when you’re an entrepreneur, a mum, a kids taxi service, a partner (name your thing here!) This morning I woke up in a daze because I’ve been surviving on very little sleep while I prepare for my book launch. Not only am I launching the […]

Forget the cake. Take the whole damn cake shop!

Forget the cake. Take the whole cake shop!

Recently, a family member criticised my entrepreneurial lifestyle. I was told, quote unquote: “You can’t expect, as a single mother, to go out to events and conferences. You can’t have your cake and eat it too.” Yes, they really said that! The comment was flipped my way during a particularly busy month. I’d been nominated […]