How to get out of victim state so you can build your empire.
guest blog | CONFIDENCE COACH, LESLEY VAN STAVEREN
Have you ever found yourself affected so much by circumstance or people around you that it brings you to a grinding halt in doing what you know needs to be done to succeed? There may be plans and goals you have to work towards and you know you are capable of so much but you are feeling too low and too tired. You have had one bad experience after the next and now you are just plodding along simply trying to keep your head above water.
Trademark v Copyright: What’s the difference?
guest blog | RIZ MCDONALD FOUNDER OF FOUNDD LEGAL
When you first start a business, there are so many overwhelming decisions to make. You need to come up with a catchy name, a cool logo and a list of unique products or services. It’s tough! However, something that often gets placed in the ‘too hard’ basket (which definitely should NOT be there) is how you are going to legally protect all of your hard work.
the five confidence C’s
guest blog | The Queen of Confidence, Erika Cramer
Confidence is a practice and I’ve created a practice of confidence. It’s called the Five Cs and it’s five steps to help you step into your confidence, no matter where you are. Whether you’re someone who doesn’t identify as confident, or someone who feels great in their confidence but maybe is lost and doesn’t know what the next steps are. This practice of confidence takes you through the five steps.
courage and resilience
guest blog | Lisa Cox OF Disability Diversity
In the words of Mary Anne Radmacher, “Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I’ll try again tomorrow”, proving that courage takes many shapes, it isn’t necessarily the knight charging into battle. Quiet resilience lives among us in the ordinary and everyday tasks that move life forward. Sometimes, a tragedy strikes and our ability to move forward requires enormous adaptation. For one such person, Lisa Cox, questions and remarks about bravery are often flung her way.
guest blog | LAUREN SAMUELS OF THE VIBE TRIBE
The word ‘hustle’ has several meanings. The definitions you would find in the dictionary are: To push roughly; jostle; obtain illicitly or by forceful action; a state of great activity, a fraud or swindle. If those don’t sound bad enough, the word ‘hustle’ has taken on a new millennial / Gen Z persona; and an entire culture has been created around it.
standing out and claiming your place
guest blog | REBECCA MCFARLAND OF POP YOUR CAREER
One of the most common things Rebecca’s clients come to her for, is support in getting noticed. Her blog is all about how to stand out in your industry by developing a strong personal brand and being true to your values, whether you’re changing career paths, working in a competitive industry, or a small business owner.
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