Apr 30, 2012
Have you ever read a story to a three-year old? As you put on your best big bad wolf voice and growl, “I’ll huff, and I’ll puff and I’ll BLOW your house down!”, their eyes grow like saucers and they lean in closer, desperate to find out what happens next.
Watching your listener, or reader, become totally captivated by your words is, unfortunately, something we seldom experience in the business...
Apr 30, 2012
We all have bad days from time to time when we get overwhelmed and feel increasingly more unmotivated as the day goes on. Obviously, it’s important to be able to pick yourself up quickly whenever possible, but what can you do if defeat feels like the only option?
Apr 20, 2012
Traditionally time was days and nights. However, we find in the virtual world that the lights never go out. So sometimes it’s easy to get sucked in and keep working and tinkering away at all hours – taking up our precious nights and weekends.
Protect Your Precious Time
Here are some tips to keep you focused and alert.
Don’t meander down link street
You know when you see something you like or...
Apr 20, 2012
Have you got things on your to-do list that have been hanging around like a bad smell, hoping, wishing and waiting to get done week after week? If that sounds familiar you’ve got what I like to call a ‘gonna to-do list’ – something that can cause a lot of frustration if you’re not careful!…
Divide and Conquer
Everyone’s got stuff they’re ‘gonna’ do, and the odd ‘gonna’ here and...
Apr 18, 2012
Jen Dalitz is obsessed with getting more women into leadership roles, in our workplaces and communities. Her expertise in this space has been recognised with an Edna Ryan Workplace Award for improving the working conditions of Australian women, and as a finalist in the 2010 NSW Telstra Business Awards. She's also been recognised in the 'In The Black Top 40 Young Business Leaders' list, and is the Chairman of the Peer Support Foundation, author of Little Wins for Working Women, and a contributing author to Ideas Volume 3 and The Modern Women’s Anthology. If that wasn't already enough, Jen is Mum to Ethan, her 3 year old son, and runs a farm in the country. Phew! With all of that under her belt Jen really does demonstrate what it takes to be a successful Mumpreneur! So join us for this engaging interview when Jen share's with us the high's and low's of juggling business and babies, along with the secrets to her success.