Step OFF the Scales

We’ve all heard the expression ‘work-life balance’ and know how hard it can be for working women to achieve it.  I would go further and suggest that in many ways it is a contradiction in terms.  The word ‘balance’ implies a kind of equality but I would argue that even when you are a successful…

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Are you more of a motorbike or a car character? Or even a 4-wheel drive?

I like different ones for different situations depending on my mood or the order of the day – and the weather 😉 Cars leave me bored rigid, I really don’t care what they are like, old, new, big, small, basic, luxurious. For me a car is solely a means of getting from A to B…

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Russia: Women Entrepreneurs Around the World with The Girls on the Road

Join us for 10 minutes today hearing from ‘The Girls on the Road’ in their quest to support women entrepreneurs around the world. You can see the documentary about this trip when it comes out next year. Fernanda and Taciana are visiting 24 countries interviewing women and researching the conditions, business ecosystems, challenges and advantages…

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When a New Door Opens…

Love is in the air everywhere I look around Love is in the air every sight and every sound And I don’t know if I’m being foolish Don’t know if I’m being wise But it’s something that I must believe in……. Well for me, romance is in the air – totally unexpected and unplanned! Most…

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Pamela Meekings-Stewart: Women in TV and Film, Career Choices, Independence + Change Management

Join us today with our guest Pamela Meekings-Stewart, award-winning film and television producer and director for documentaries and drama, a trained facilitator for HR and specialist in change management. . We will be discussing : – Groundbreaking work in film and tv. Docmentaries, Docu-dramas and Women in the idustry. – Pioneer attitude and character strengths.…

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Adverts are NOT us!

My reputation on Twitter is illustrated by tweets about anti ageism, anti sexism and self- esteem improvement and they all  come from the heart. Being over 60, female and someone whose self- love has had more downs than ups, I feel qualified to shout about these issues. Speaking of shouting, do any of you readers…

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Balancing Negativity

Balancing Negativity Bad news people – our brains naturally have a negative bias! If you look at all the doom and gloom and dramatic negativity that is used to sell newspapers, headlines on the news and so on you can see why some people like exploiting this minor fault that we (almost) perfect humans have.…

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Canada: Women Entrepreneurs Around the World with The Girls on the Road

Join us for 10 minutes today hearing from ‘The Girls on the Road’ in their quest to support women entrepreneurs around the world. You can see the documentary about this trip when it comes out next year. Fernanda and Taciana are visiting 24 countries interviewing women and researching the conditions, business ecosystems, challenges and advantages…

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Regrets, memories and channelling them to positivity

Regrets, memories and channelling them to positivity Do you feel regrets very often? I used to until one day I somebody asked me what did I think my life would be like had I followed on that route and would I prefer it to what I was doing today? Obviously, the question wasn’t very realistic…

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Dorie Clark: Business Strategy and Generating Multiple Revenue Streams for Greater Success

Join us today with our guest Dorie Clark, #1 best-selling author for leadership and business books, writer for Harvard Business News, Time and Entrepreneur, branding expert, and marketing strategy consultant and speaker for businesses such as Google, Microsoft, Yale the US State Dept and the World Bank… . We will be discussing : – Entrepreneurship,…

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