Welcome to Episode 7 of the Your Brilliant Un-Career Podcast Show! We all need a little inspiration when it comes to making the leap into entrepreneurship, so today’s episode is dedicated to the women entrepreneurs who inspire us the most. Donna Hamer (from Be Seen, Be Social) and I share our top 10 most inspirational women entrepreneurs. […]
Welcome to Episode 5 of the Your Brilliant Un-Career Podcast Show! In this episode I interviewed Tammy Day about Why retreat? The benefits of self care. Tammy shares her unique insights about why looking after yourself and taking time out is important and why women sometimes put themselves last on the list. Be inspired to look after […]
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 […]
Work at home mum Tiona Hall shares how heartbreak lead her to startup an inspirational home based business to help grieving mums. Tell us a little of your story? My name is Tiona Hall. At 5am on Tuesday 5th February 2013 I gave birth to a baby boy at home. He was 20 weeks & […]
This week, Cas talks to Danni Royall-West about the challenges of keeping a balance between work and life, while working from home. Danni shares some awesome business building tips and the inspiration for her home based business journey! Tell us a little about the person behind the business? I am a daughter, a wife, a […]
This week I interviewed Donna Hamer from Fanpage Competitions. Donna shares her inspiring story, awesome tips for WAHPs and her passion for helping small businesses use Facebook to grow their following and client-base.
Do you ever have days where you feel discouraged about the progress you’re making with your business? You know, those days where you’ve launched something new, and you check your email about 100 times that day to see if anyone’s emailed you about it, only to find your inbox empty? It might feel like you’re […]
This week Cas caught up with new mumpreneur Sue Kennedy, who’s started out a new venture to support other parents through her new business Momami.
You chose to work from home so you could spend more time with your family, right? How’s that working out for you? Do you sometimes feel like you have a love affair with your computer instead? When you work from home the boundaries between work time and family time are less clear cut, so if you want to honour the reasons you started a work at home business in the first place, you need to be self-disciplined. Here are 5 quick tips that might help: