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Permaculture – refreshingly effective

Posted: 8th August 2018

By: Milly Carmichael

“Permaculture? Isn’t that all herb spirals and compost toilets? What’s it got to do with my business?   Maybe more than you think. Would you like your business to be…

Does Your Pain Really Have a Purpose?

Posted: 8th August 2018

By: Tracey Marinelli

Hard to believe that our pain actually could have a purpose? But, hold that thought… This time 2 years ago, I was just days away from a car accident which…

Headshots and Personal Branding Part 1

Posted: 3rd May 2018

By: Ruth Taylor

We all want a good headshot that truly reflects who we are, but we’re not all fighting to get in front of the camera are we?  I understand! I make it…

Against The Odds

Posted: 1st May 2018

By: Janet Hill

Of course, I don’t need to tell you that the history of women in business enterprise is a proud one. In less enlightened times, women tirelessly supported the rural businesses…

When Life Bites You On Te Bum Again! Dealing With Change

Posted: 23rd April 2018

By: Carolyn Trafford

One of the reasons I’m self employed is because back at the start of 2012 I was made redundant.  Redundancy wasn’t a “dark cloud hanging over me” thing, at the…

Rethinking Success – the rule of three

Posted: 12th March 2018

By: Milly Carmichael

How do you define and recognise success? We hear a great deal today about what it means to be successful. It is often couched in terms of the things we…

New Year’s Resolutions – Did you keep yours up?

Posted: 19th February 2018

By: Tracey Nixon

Apparently, every year, about a third of British people make new years’ resolutions. But how many of those resolutions are maintained and are successful? According to various polls and statistics,…

“I wish I was more confident…”

Posted: 14th February 2018

By: Julia Butler

“I wish I was more confident….” It’s a feeling we all have from time to time.  At times it can feel like all the time.  So how do we deal…

What to Consider When Choosing a Secondary School For a Child With Dyslexia

Posted: 23rd January 2018

By: Susan Hall

Deciding which secondary school you would like your child to attend can be a big decision, particularly if your child has dyslexia. If your child has a SpLD, you will…

Turn your Dream Into a Reality

Posted: 23rd October 2017

By: Mia Arrowsmith

So you have a big dream. That’s all fine and dandy. But like the dreams you had last night, whilst you were asleep… your dreams will stay as dreams, unless you do…