It should come as no secret that I am a MASSIVE fan of any go-getting gal killing it in their field. But anyone originally from Brisbane holds a special place in my heart. That is precisely why I was so excited to be invited to Alex Ward’s No Flirting show as part of Brisbane Comedy Festival.
Moving is an exciting time and can kick start a new change in your life both physically and mentally. You can redesign a whole new space and get rid of things you don’t need anymore. But let’s face it, people love to hoard. Trying to rummage through drawers and drawers full of the junk you have collected over the years and finding things that you have bought with all intentions of using but just never got time to is super annoying and just adds that extra bit of stress when you can’t find something you need.
Emma Isaacs, Global CEO of Business Chicks recently added ‘author’ to her already impressive resume. Her half autobiography, half business-advice book is jammed with lessons and takeaways that I cannot wait to share with you. It is really no surprise this book became a top seller and it reminded that everyone is just #WingingIt
Finding a career mentor is something I have wanted/needed to do for quite some time but I have been putting it off. It was living in the ‘too hard basket’ until recently when I decided to procrastinate no more and reach out to my ideal woman. I share my full experience, from start to finish, including a cold-email template based off what I sent and a list of questions to ask!
Welcome to the Go-Getting Gal interview series. Each month I will interview go-getting women from all walks of life and ask them to share their experiences; the good and the bad. Grab a notepad and get ready, these incredible women are about to drop some serious wisdom.