Margaret Rode: Website Consultant and Designer

Today’s blog guest is my USA pal Margaret whose quirky sense of humour makes her an honorary Brit. Here’s Margaret, in her own words: My name is Margaret Rode and I am a website consultant/designer/manager in Colorado, USA. When not doing that, I am teaching at our community garden, writing a book about sustainability, walking in the mountains, and playing with my dogs and spouse. My business is called Websites for Good, and I started it in my spare bedroom in 1998 after a career working for other people in companies like Apple Computer and Boeing. I enjoyed my jobs, […]

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Michi Mathias: Illustrator and Comic Creator

It’s that time of year again, when I invite my clients to blog about themselves on my website. The first of this summer’s bumper crop is Michi, who I first met when she came to my home to play Cashflow 101. When we met at my front door, she had her hands full of fresh cherries! Here’s Michi, in her own words: My name is Michi Mathias and I’m an illustrator and comic creator, drawing in the good old-fashioned way by hand in pen & ink and watercolour. I enjoy making a complicated concept clearer through illustration. I’m particularly happy […]

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Fay Arrundale: Look After Your Pennies

In the latest in an occasional series of clients guest blogging on my website, here is Small Business Big Magic’s Fay Arrundale who talks about her own business which is called Look After Your Pennies. Here is Fay, in her own words: My name is Fay Arrundale and I am a financial mentor, which means I’ve been lucky enough to be taught about money and I want others to know how good life feels when your finances are helping you achieve your dreams rather than getting in your way. I am also a mother to two rather lively boys, but […]

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Justina Hart: Novelist, Poet and Short Story Writer

My first client in the spotlight in this new year is novelist, poet and writer Justina Hart. Here she is in her own words (and how appropriate is that?). “I’m a novelist, an award-winning poet and short story writer, a copywriter, and online writing tutor. I earned my living for many years as a freelance journalist and roving commissioning editor working at newspapers like the Guardian. Some of the best moments in life come from those out-of-the-blue things you never expected to do. For me, these have included running a half-marathon, driving a Suzuki jeep halfway round Kenya while helping […]

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Nick Dare: Joint (Ad)ventures in Business and Life

Today’s blog guest is Nick Dare who I appreciate in many ways. His sense of humour has given rise to some of the best nicknames I’ve received in 2014 with, I hope, many more to come in 2015; Nick is the master of the nickname. He’s also one of the very few men brave enough to venture inside my Club 100, one of two currently. I love working with men in a mostly female environment. What does that say about them? Only good things to my eyes (ears?). Nick is nothing if not an adventurer, as you will read today… […]

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Kate Beavis: National Vintage Wedding Fair

Today’s guest blogger is Kate Beavis, whose love of all things vintage has spawned several parts to her business. Here she tells the story in her own words: Hello, my name is Kate Beavis and I run a number of businesses all linked to vintage. I describe myself as a blogger, writer, shop keeper, business consultant and event manager – you could say I do quite a lot! My main business is running the National Vintage Wedding Fair, the original and award-winning wedding fair in the UK; however, my business Your Vintage Life is where it all began. I launched […]

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Alice Sheridan: Artist, Painter and Printmaker

Today’s contributor, in her own words, is Alice Sheridan. I am slightly envious of Alice, it must be said, because as well as being fantastic in pictures, she’s also pretty wonderful in words, as you will see here and on her blog. My name is Alice Sheridan and I am an artist: painter and printmaker. I am also a busy mum with all that entails – as the children grow older (13 and 9) life just seems to get more complex with even longer days. My business is not really a business. In fact it was the biggest hurdle I […]

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Sarah Newton: Teenologist and Teen Expert

Today’s blog guest is Sarah Newton who I am very happy to have known for a long time although we only started working together again just recently. During a few short months, Sarah’s had a real financial turnaround. Here she is, in her own words: Hi everyone, it’s great to meet you. My name is Sarah Newton. I am a film addict, cake-loving, Disney-obsessed whirlwind. My Day job is Teenologist, Futurist, Speaker, Writer, and Teen Expert. However I like to think of myself as a Saviour of Maidens, Champion of Heroes and Slayer of Dragons. I have being running my […]

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Georgina Noel: EFT Practitioner

Today is the first in a series of blogs over the next few days showcasing my current clients in Club 100. Here’s Georgina Noel (great name for 23rd December feature!), in her own words: My name is Georgina Noel and I am an EFT Practitioner. I am also an NLP Practitioner, singer, actor, chocolate lover and owner of / am owned by a miniature dachshund called Heinz! I started my business in 2014… before I felt ready. I was working for the local Arts Centre (where I had been working for 9.5 years – yikes!) I had felt a calling […]

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