Since 2016 I’ve had a word of the year. Some may say this is gimmicky, but I challenge that assumption, anything can be a gimmick if you only speak about it and do nothing with it. Owning success not gimmicks is being able to do what you say. It is powerful being a practitioner. Continue Reading →
Daily I’m asking people about their business numbers and what their financial business targets are, often I would feel myself in despair as very few people would know their numbers, let alone are setting financial targets. Continue Reading →
I love working online. It gives me the freedom to work when, where and how I want. However, I know the power of connecting in person too. I love working with Accountants and Bookkeepers. So I started researching going to Accounting and Finance conferences.Continue Reading →
I’m a numbers geek. This was not always the case. I’m on a mission for no one else to go through what I have been through or at least not feel alone as they are getting themselves out of debt.Continue Reading →
Entering the NSW Business Chamber Awards in 2017 was a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the achievements of the previous 2 years. After hitting submit I immediately felt a wave of positivity. I realised how much I had achieved and how rarely I celebrated this. I am incredibly humble and thankful to have won the 2017 Macarthur Region Business Awards for Excellence in Small Business.
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Steve Jobs is right, ‘You cannot not connect the dots looking forward, you can only connect them looking back.’ Little did I know how much I would discover from attending StartCon 2017.
Attending conferences are much like Facebook Advertising, a paid amplification tool. There’s no point to attending unless you are clear on why you are there and who you want to connect with. Otherwise it is a waste of your time.Continue Reading →
25 years ago when I was asked what I wanted to be when I left school, I said a fighter pilot. When I actually left school 2 year later I took on a traineeship as a florist. 25 years ago the job (read company) I have now, didn’t exist.