There's an old saying, "Do what you've always done and you'll get what you've always gotten." While that may have been so in the past, these days, do what you've always done and there's a high probability you'll be out of business, and really quickly. Richard Kaye will share how you can not only thrive but bridge the gap between where you are in your business to where you want to be. He will reveal the secret to effective networking, and what you need to know about building a strong foundation built upon relationships. Richard will uncover the keys to incredible customer retention.
Natasha Mitchell shared on this interview a few powerful principles that she thought everyone should know one of which is how people should initially defining their dream life and then design your business around it not the other way around. When Natasha was 18, she contracted a rare virus that completely paralyzed her and ended up in hospital for 12 months (including a 3 week stint in the ICU). She overcame it by doing the work in physio and staying positive and refusing to believe that this would beat her. She learned at a very early age that life is fragile, messy and doesn’t always go as you'd hope it to be so it’s important to make the most of every opportunity, be flexible and adaptable. This motivated her to travel the world, meet amazing people and get successful corporate career. That experience has given her the confidence and resilience to create her own business.
Olenka Cullinan shares her best-kept secrets to stop preparing...start doing! In this episode, she will walk you through the concrete steps you need to take to map out your three targets for the year, and how to break them down into achievable steps. She will help you avoid the biggest mistakes that women entrepreneurs in startups make and will help you have clarity about the steps you need to take to make your business successful.