On Mumbition the Podcast we spoke with Ailie Houlihan, a Strategist & Consultant at CyberCX as she shares how entering into the field of cybersecurity has improved her work/life balance. Ailie discusses her unconventional career transition from nursing, she also provides practical advice for small businesses, and encourages women to explore opportunities in the field through programs like the CyberCX Academy.
Learn about IP Australia’s new, free TM Checker tool that helps small businesses check if their name, logo or phrase might infringe on an existing trade mark and, if not, whether they can register it as a trade mark.
The business world is undergoing two significant transformations. A negative force pulls in one direction, and an opposing, positive force in the other. There's a sweet spot in the middle where the winning business will play.
What's really holding you back from true business success? Fay Chan has an answer and it's as simple and as complicated as your mindset. Fay is the founder of Living Well with Fay, an emotional freedom technique practitioner and one of our 20 Mums & Co experts. In this conversation, Carrie and I were fascinated by the insights that Fay shared into how she has helped hundreds of clients and also their children overcome obstacles and reach their full potential by learning to listen to their bodies.
In this fast-paced digital age, where electronic devices are ubiquitous, there's something to be said about the simple pleasure of putting pen to paper.
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5 Reasons Why Journaling with Pen and Paper Beats Digital Writing
In this fast-paced digital age, where electronic devices are ubiquitous, there's something to be said about the simple pleasure of putting pen to paper.Read >>
Unlocking Social Media Success for Women-Owned Businesses: Insights from Michelle Klein
Michelle Klein has ambition in spades after a decade at Meta in Silicon Valley, she has very recently returned home with her young family to Australia. Now chief customer and marketing officer at IAG Michelle is on a mission to pay it forward to Australian tech communities via her skills, expertise and connections. We are absolutely delighted to welcome Michelle to Mumbition the podcast but also as a speaker at this week's Be MPowered conference. Michelle Klein will be joining Mums & Co as a keynote speaker at our upcoming Be MPowered Conference on Thursday, 26th of October. Join this free, online conference for business owning women to hear more from Michelle Klein! https://www.mumsandco.com.au/be-mpowered-2023-conferenceRead >>
Dreaming Big: Unleashing Success Through Passion, Purpose, and Journaling
Kristina has been journaling for over a decade, and as she shares in this terrific episode on Mumbition, journaling has inspired her ambition, livelihood, and wellbeing as a business-owning woman.Read >>
How using technology can grow your business
In a recent episode of Mumbition The Podcast (brought to you by DWEN the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network), we chatted with two business owning women who have put technology at the forefront of what they do. Karen Joyce, founder of She Maps and Geo Nadir and a member of DWEN, the Dell women’s entrepreneur network. And Tracy Sheen, Mums & Co technology expert and founder of The Digital Guide.Read >>
What would $40k in tech do for you?
There’s no doubt about it, technology is changing at a rapid pace. So how can small business owners keep up and make the most out of it?Read >>
Where technology, community and wellbeing meet
Just a few years ago the idea of technology like digital screens playing a key role in improving the customer experience at a cafe would have seemed far-fetched. Not today! Read on to find out how.Read >>
Networking and Gaining Visibility for your Business
If you love problem solving then this episode of Mumbition with Mums & Co members, Amreeta Abbott and Stacie Shaw is for you! Amreeta is the founder of Annature, the Australian made and owned alternative to Docusign, and Stacie a partner at PKF, a global accounting firm and proud ambassador of the solution Amreeta has created. We discuss the value of building a brand with integrity - something you'd recommend to your own mother, sister or grandmother, why it’s important to take risks and that no matter how great your ambition, your love for family (showers and a long haul flight) will always keep you grounded.Read >>
The big importance of Australia’s smallest businesses
It’s the fastest growing sector of the small business community and employs nearly three million Australians, but how many of us actually know what a microbusiness is?Read >>
Natalie Anne style influencer with a difference
A style influencer with a difference, Natlaie Anne has a very keen sense of the tenacity required to create a legacy with your business and she also includes some very cool hair tips for those of us looking for a quick fix at the beginning of the day.Read >>
Talented women in the know
Connecting with your global community - Lessons from global business owners. Share your stories, learn from others.Read >>
Space for your Work Life
With three small kids in tow Kate Dezarnaulds took the plunge and made the move to a ‘simpler life’ in regional NSW and has gone on to discover community and connection at the same time as building a successful co-working space business WorkLife that aims to create beautiful and efficient workspaces for clever, generous and creative professionals so that people are inspired to escape the grind of the city, better balance life and work in thriving regional towns.Read >>
Tech help for business women
Tracy Sheen is the Founder of The Digital Guide working with small business owners to help them learn, leverage and love technology in their business.Read >>
Creating a culturally safe space
Mundanara Bayles is mother of five, host of Black Magic Woman podcast and co-founder of Black Card, a specialist consultancy providing cultural capability training and consultancy service to enable people and organisations to work effectively with members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, creating a society that includes everyone in a meaningful and productive way by working more effectively with First Nations people and each other.Read >>
Focus on what you can do as a mum
Anita and Jess are two founders wanting to change the stat that mums are three times more likely to leave the workforce during their 30s due to the demands of motherhood with their unique marketplace helping mums follow their dreams, MumbleMe.Read >>