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Planning a Balanced 2015 – Business and LIFE!

December 12, 2014 | Dianna Jacobsen

Get some balance in 2015

As 2014 draws to a close, many of us are doing a number of things: stressing about Christmas preparations; looking forward to some family time and days off work; starting to wonder what 2015 may bring and what we should plan for next year; and dwelling on how many things we have yet to tick-off […]



The Likelihood of Being an Australian Millionaire

November 5, 2014 | Leo Eliades

Millionaire

If you were with me 7 years ago you would have seen me confused  sitting in the lounge room of my home on my brown leather couch beside the old cast iron fireplace. You would have seen me wondering why some are not able to achieve higher levels of wealth. You would have seen me […]



Who Actually Walks The Talk – Go Figure

May 21, 2013 | admin

Now Tony  start networking and tell everyone in the room what you do for a job!

WNA Member, Tony Abbott gave us a glimmer of hope for the future in his reply to the Budget on Thursday night when he announced that on his watch small business will be a cabinet portfolio within the Treasury department. Under the current Government it’s been an uphill battle for small business issues to be given […]



Your Unconscious Blueprint Determines Your Level of Success

May 7, 2013 | Sue Lester

It's your 'unconscious blueprint' that decides whether you will eat two pieces of chocolate or the whole block.

Have you ever wondered why you don’t always feel as grown up and confident as you’d expect? Have you struggled to make significant changes in your life? Are relationships a battleground of hurt, outbursts and the silent treatment? The answer could be found in your unconscious blueprint.  This is the internal image you hold of […]



What Does Being a Woman Mean to You?

October 3, 2012 | Lisa Rubinstein

Figure out what being a woman means to you and how that affects you.

Are you stuck in a way of thinking that limits who you can be as a woman? Find out how to break through your misconceptions and rewire the way you look at being a woman.



10 Steps To Aging Really Quickly

July 19, 2012 | Sue Lester

Is your attitude making you and business look old and tired. Revamp your mindset today.

Stress and worry are one of the greatest causes of premature aging. If your life feels out of control and things continually keep going wrong you might need to step back and examine what you are creating in your life. The first step to creating change in life is be present and aware.  Hopefully these ’10 […]



How are Female Entrepreneurs Different?

May 28, 2012 | Lisa Rubinstein

Learn what successful female entrepreneurs did to become such passionate leaders.

Sometimes in the pursuit of fortune and fame you can lose sight of what your really after and it ends up leading to defeat. Find out how you can become a business leader and maintain your happiness.



Political Stunt or Common Sense

April 2, 2012 | admin

Personally I’m over the moon about Tony Abbott’s recent suggestion for the Productivity Commission to investigate and cost the viability of the current childcare rebate being extended to cover in-home care. Is it a political stunt aimed at courting female voters as PM, Julia Gillard put it or just a plain common sense approach to childcare […]



Women in small business – have they been forgotten?

March 14, 2011 | admin

As part of last week’s IWD activites the Minister for the Status of Women, Kate Ellis announced the appointment of Helen Conway as the Director of the Workplace Gender Equity Agency (WGEA). Previously known as the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency (EOWA), it is a new federal body given new powers that […]



Female PM – Do kids put women out of the game?

August 16, 2010 | admin

In the 20 years that I have been heading up WNA women have made headway in so many areas and in others there’s so much work to be done. Not sure if you caught the content of a recent survey of head hunters in the UK, it suggests that taking even a few months’ career break for the sake of children can harm a woman’s prospects of winning a top executive job.