If you were to take a snap shot of your life right now, would the picture show you doing something you truly love? Are you following a path that inspires you? It took me many years to realise that just because I could do something, it didn’t mean I should do something. I first had […]
In the first of our Snippet series, I share my thoughts on women and entrepreneurship straight from the pages in my book Your Brilliant Un-Career: Women, Entrepreneurship, and Making the Leap. In a world that is becoming increasingly geared toward independent enterprise and technology, it’s entrepreneurship that affords women the greatest autonomy and scope to […]
In Part 2 of my interview with Theresa Vigarino on Growing in Awareness, we sink our teeth into some big issues around spirituality, belief-systems, connection and identity. The conclusion we came to is that your identity is not wrapped in the external factors of your life— your circumstances, nor the things that have been done […]
How aware are you of what’s going on around you? How tuned in are you to others’ body language, behaviour, and words? Growing your awareness is an artform. Today I explore awareness of self and others and invited life coach Theresa Vigarino back onto the show to share her take on how to develop your […]
Cas shares her story about how she won up to $100K in seed funding for her new startup Writally. Be inspired to share your ideas and stop holding yourself back and self-sabotaging your success! About the Podcast If you’ve thought about or recently made the leap into entrepreneurship, but you’re finding the journey overwhelming, I […]
Welcome to Episode 28 of Your Brilliant Un-Career, the podcast show. The first ever podcast interview I did was with today’s guest Suzi Dafnis, so it was a real pleasure to talk to Suzi and learn about her journey and the valuable things she’s learned in more than 20 years as a business owner. Suzi […]
I had a Steve Jobs quote pop up in front of me on the computer today and it got me thinking what is it about women in business (guys speak up if I’m generalising) that we start something because we love the idea, we love what we do, yet when things start to flat line or be less than brilliant we go and diversify or come up with another concept?