Women Who Create / Cara Holland

The WWC Interview Series is the longest standing part of this community and platform. A collection of interviews with inspiring creative women in business. In this weeks installment I have the pleasure of introducing you to ‘professional doodler’ Cara Holland as she shares some behind the scene nuggets from her awesome business Graphic Change.

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Working For Yourself And How You Can Make It Happen

Many people want that ideal work and life balance. But yet sometimes the work life can take over dramatically and leave you feeling pretty deflated. After all, a lot of people don’t enjoy the jobs they have, are fixed to a monthly salary each month and still don’t get much time in their evenings or weekends to actually enjoy life.

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Differences and Similarities Between Coaching, Mentoring and Counselling

Today we are going to explore the differences between coaching, mentoring and counselling (with a focus on coaching). We will also look at the overlap between the three distinct techniques because there are many behavioural traits that good practitioners share and hold in great esteem.

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Women Who Create / Hana Glover

This week I welcome Hana Glover aka The Retail Coach and F:entrepreneur top 100 finalist 2019. What this woman doesn’t know about running a bricks and mortar creative business isn’t worth knowing… Hanna is super passionate about retail, supporting indie businesses and harnessing our unique skills to thrive! Hear all about what has inspired this creative entrepreneur through her past 20 years in business and continues to propel her forward

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The Brilliance of Coaching - Fearless Hustle Collective Podcast

Recently I had the pleasure of chatting to friend and fellow creative business owner Anna Dunleavy over on her podcast Fearless Hustle Collective. It was a super hour or so spent getting to the nitty gritty of the past few years in my life and business an sharing my own personal development and reflections with Anna.

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Using Vision Boards To Inspire your Business Goals and Values

What do you think of when someone says vision board? Perhaps you have memories of making a mood board at school or collage to help collate ideas for a project or presentation. Well we use vision boards in a similar way. Putting it simply creating a vision board is about making a visual representation of the the idea/goal/project etc we want to envision… and bring more of into our lives in the future.

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10 Things I Am Loving Right Now February

A slow start to the year allowed space for a check in with values, time to re-assess where the path is taking us next. To create some new revised goals an really get clear (with the help of a lovely vision board) about my hopes and dreams for he future. So with that in mind here are 10 Things I Am Loving Right Now. There is a little bit of a theme… I wonder if you guess it!

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4 Suggestions for Discovering Your Passion for Artistic Pursuits

There’s something pretty cool and sexy about the idea of being an artist. In fact, the image of the artist is one of the great motifs that comes up again in… well… in art. Through film, TV, literature, and even just casual conversation and everyday aphorisms and sayings, we all carry an image somewhere in our mind of the creative figure — usually a bit tormented and hungry — working magic onto the canvas, or out of the textiles or clay before them.

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