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Tips for Setting up a Functional and Productive Home-Based Office Workspace

November 15, 2017 | Ingrid Bayer

One of the fabulous things about being in your very own business is that you are able to set up your office just the way you like it, with your own design flair and personal touch.   And, if you’re anything like me, you can change it as many times as you like too!  But a […]



De-stress & Mindfulness Tips 7-10

October 17, 2017 | Sue Lester

In our busy, busy lives our heads can quickly become filled with the white noise of our list of musts, shoulds, and shouldn’ts.  No matter how much is ticked off your To Do list, there’s always more. There’s that underlying, nagging feeling that you should be able to do it all, you should be enough, […]



7 Productivity Tips for Managing Multiple Clients and Projects

July 10, 2017 | Ingrid Bayer

Juggling multiple clients

I’ve been operating as a Virtual Assistant since 2008, and know only too well how busy it can be when working to meet the expectations and deadlines that come with a stable of clients.  Sometimes I really do feel like I’m a circus performer juggling many different balls all at once, and it can be […]



Five Magic Words To Heal Hurt

June 19, 2017 | Sue Lester

There are five little words that can magically free you, and heal hurt-based resentment. This solution acknowledges that each of us has our own reality, based on how we filter information through our senses. It also acknowledges we have our own preferred way of showing love. If these are your questions: “How can he do […]



I Can’t Afford to Publish a Book…

May 10, 2017 | Dyan Burgess

Many people disregard the idea of publishing a book because they are worried about how much it will cost. But the truth is it can vary from just a few dollars to thousands of dollars. If you’re not overloaded with money or sponsored by a multinational, what can you do to cut costs without cutting […]



Book Writing – Why Would Anyone Be Interested In What I Have To Say?

March 14, 2017 | Dyan Burgess

The fact that you are in business suggests that people are interested in what you have to say, and would be interested to read a book written by you. Understanding what you have to say goes to the heart of your brand. It’s why you get out of bed every morning and why you do […]



I Don’t Have Time To Publish a Book!

February 20, 2017 | Dyan Burgess

The key to any new project is to prioritise its importance. There are times in our lives when we really don’t have time to take on a new project. If this is the case for you right now, it’s probably best to put your book on hold. However, if you’re really keen to get your […]



Why Does a Personal Trainer Have a Personal Trainer? (and why you should too)

August 15, 2016 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

c couple jogging together

One thing that has always perplexed my husband is my decision to have a personal trainer.  You see I am a personal trainer.  I work out of a gym and I also have a garage full of gear.  I have the expertise to write myself a program.   I decided to get a PT when I […]



How Many Brains Do You Need To Be Successful?

March 10, 2016 | Sue Lester

“How many brains do you need to be successful?” is somewhat of a trick question. You could argue that one well nourished, trained and focussed brain is enough, or that you need many brains to create a supportive team around yourself. Actually, from the individual perspective, to be living more meaningfully, fully and authentically you need […]



How To Realise You’ve Had a Good Year – Even if it Doesn’t Feel Like it.

February 3, 2016 | David Solomon

At any time of the year it’s easy to feel that you aren’t where you think you should be. Perhaps you didn’t stick to your resolutions or make the changes you promised you would. Perhaps life’s events threw you a curve ball that changed your direction. But regret or anger at yourself isn’t productive. It’s […]