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How to Make Your Money Grow… and Grow

May 22, 2017 | Marisa Hoffenberg

Financial Education

We all dream about lounging on the designer couch in the gorgeous house, filled with natural light, reflected in the infinity pool, that spills over into the waters of Tamarama. But how do we get there? The problem is that we limited by what we can earn. Although we have heard the age old saying […]



The 9 Step Formula To Personal Empowerment

May 16, 2017 | Caryn Walsh

We hear the world ‘empowerment’ thrown around so regularly today, that we may struggle to understand what it means as a Woman.  And equally important is how we can learn it. What is Personal Empowerment?* Developing the confidence and strength to set realistic goals and fulfil your potential. All women have strengths and weaknesses and a […]



How Can You #BeBoldForChange When It Doesn’t Feel Right?

March 10, 2017 | Sue Lester

#BeBoldForChange is the 2017 International Women’s Day (and beyond) theme, but how do you step up and take bold action for change, if you don’t feel bold inside? That internal fear and self-doubt keep many women locked into dead-end jobs, toxic or limp relationships and negativity. A definition of courage is to feel the fear […]



How To Switch Your Mind Off For A Good Night’s Sleep

January 30, 2017 | Sue Lester

If you find yourself suddenly wide awake with your head churning when you go to bed, or perhaps are so tired you drop off to sleep quickly, but awaken in the early hours with your head buzzing, this is for you.  Parents, this can help your kids sleep well and wake refreshed for the day.  […]



No Need To Dread Christmas

December 8, 2016 | Sue Lester

If you’re not feeling the Christmas spirit, it’s OK, and you are perfectly normal!  The imagery we see in Australia of what Christmas ‘should’ be is based on the American commercial ideal, and bears very little connection to reality.  (Especially the snowy bit!) Unfortunately, many see the huge gap between the glossy imagery of blithely […]



Cinderella is a F##**ing Fairytail

November 10, 2016 | Marisa Hoffenberg

Online Strategies when working from home

What is it about Cinderella? From the first time I read it to my daughter she was completely enamored. I wonder if it is the handsome prince who rescues her or perhaps the notion that if our hearts are good and pure we will always be looked after. As we get older we burn our […]



Are You Missing in Action?

October 17, 2016 | Sue Lester

Have you gone missing in action?  Yes, you’re physically still present, rushing here and there, juggling home and work commitments.  Your family, staff and clients can see your body, but where are you? The real you, inside, the you that was always fun, with a taste for adventure in life – do you even remember […]



Gen Y Work Perspective: Why Is a Work-life Balance Needed?

September 26, 2016 | Fonthip Ward

The idea of a balance between work and life has become almost foreign in the 21st century. With technology’s ubiquity, constantly tackling work requests online and over the phone has become commonplace for a portion of the population even when they are vacationing. For others, their social and personal lives have a much more prominent […]



Managing Conflict in the Workplace: How Women Do It?

August 29, 2016 | Fonthip Ward

Workplaces are becoming increasingly more fast-pasted and globalized, which increases the opportunities for professional development, but also increases the likelihood that conflicts will occur within the workplace. Conflicts are difficult challenges women face in the workplace because of how men and women approach conflict situations. But there are constructive ways that conflict can be managed […]



Suffocating Under It All? It’s Time To Start Breathing Again.

June 20, 2016 | Sue Lester

Do you feel like you’re suffocating under all the To Dos?  Perhaps you’re exhausted and frustrated from repeating yourself until you’re blue in the face?  Does it feel a long time since you’ve come up for air?  Our language reflects what is happening at that deeper, unconscious level, in this case your autonomic system which […]