Can you imagine a world where over eight billion people are volunteering in big ways and small?
For women based in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), I would like to highlight one amazing program that can support you in building your leadership and communication skills: the Audrey Fagan Leadership and Communication Program.
Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month Breast Cancer Awareness Month is celebrated annually in October and is also known as ‘Pink October.’ It’s been well over a year since my last blog post. A lot has been happening, a mix of highs and lows, but in general, I am sitting in a place of gratitude. As […]
What does it mean to become the hero of your own story? You become powerful and confident. You are in the driver’s seat of your life journey and that is a wonderful place to be. But this is not necessarily the case for every one of us nor something that we are born into. We […]
Careers are, often, not linear. We may think that a typical career path is one that stays on a particular trajectory, constantly moving upwards, making financial gains and improvements in status. Does that mean that a non-linear career is one to frown upon? Non-linear careers What would a non-linear career look like? It’s been said […]
To think or decide like a cheetah is not about, as one might assume, speed but to be able to decelerate quickly. The term ‘cheetah pause’ was coined by Cheryl Strauss Einhorn. Therefore, the idea behind learning to decide like a cheetah is about being able to change direction quickly and staying agile, all while […]
I met Alice Rixon through the beautiful platform we all know as LinkedIn. As I have come to discover over and over, what we know of people and what we see is always just a tip of the iceberg. There is so much more to uncover if we take the time and really listen.
A meetup I ran last Saturday brought a painful realisation home for me. Exercise is important not only for its touted benefits of muscular strength, endurance, improved cardiovascular system and energy to run our day.
Like you, I learned a lot about myself in 2020. All the pain, heartache and disappointment also brought about discovery, innovation and gratitude. Joy in the little things, in what I have, in a happy progression of my journey, in things as they are.