#LoveTheBoss: Sandra De Freitas, CEO of WPBlogsites.com

Hi Sandra, tell us something about you by way of introduction. What’s your name? How long have you worked for yourself? And perhaps something surprising readers may not know about you. My name is Sandra De Freitas and I am the CEO of WPBlogsites.com. I have worked for myself for 9 years now and I’m highly unemployable. Its funny people think that because I have a degree in Computer Science that I must have zero personality. The opposite is true. I have loads of personality and I love to make people laugh. I have emceed three live events in the […]

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#LoveTheBoss: Sandra Bird of AnShen Acupuncture in Lincoln

“My name is Sandra Bird and I have worked for myself for a little short of four years, although you could say that I started working towards that some years before.  I took a complete change in direction, which required me to study a full-time degree course whilst working part-time for somebody else and alongside my children studying for their GCSE’s.  At that time my husband was working away from home for most of the week – fun, hectic times! Something surprising about me? Well, more of a claim to fame really – I once sold a bottle of champagne […]

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#LoveTheBoss: Wendy Kendall, Business Psychologist

Hi Wendy, tell us something about you by way of introduction.  I’m Wendy Kendall, business psychologist and Director of the Global Business Stars Academy. I’ve worked for myself for more than 10 years now, following a family move to SW France in mid-2003. I was a military psychologist for 7 years before I moved, helping soldiers and officers to train and fight more effectively. One of my favourite projects was being lead scientist on the first Ministerial review of women in the combat arms. That meant a deep dive into the scientific evidence about how men and women can work […]

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#LoveTheBoss: Angelika Davey of Angelika’s German Tuition & Translation

I went to school with a girl called Angelika. I don’t think my guest today in the #LoveTheBoss interview series is the same girl but wouldn’t that be wonderful? Tell us something about you by way of introduction, Angelika My name is Angelika Davey. I was born in Germany and grew up there and I still call myself German, but, actually (surprisingly? scarily?), I’ve had a British passport longer than I had my German passport. I am a qualified teacher but after having worked in schools for several years I started working for myself nearly 7 years ago. Now tell […]

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#LoveTheBoss: Productivity Ninja, Grace Marshall

Hi Grace, do tell us something about you by way of introduction.  How long have you worked for yourself? And something readers may not know about you. I’m Grace Marshall, mum to Oliver & Catherine, aged 8 and 4, and my business is nearly 6 years old, so that makes it my middle child. I’m head coach, chief encourager & productivity ninja at Grace-Marshall.com, singer, foodie, runner and naturally disorganised person! And your business. What’s it all about? I run a coaching and training business, specialising in time and productivity, helping busy time jugglers to make the most of the […]

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#LoveTheBoss: Barbara Osgood of Simply Numbers

“My name is Barbara Osgood. I live in the US in a motor home with my husband, two dachshunds and a Persian cat.  Today I’m in Colorado Springs, CO looking out my window at Pikes Peak.  It’s a little cold but we’ll be here through Christmas to spend the holidays with family before heading to the beach on Galveston Island, Texas.   I have a bookkeeping business built around the specific needs of the tiny business. I spent many years working in the accounting field.  I worked for large corporations and small entrepreneurial companies.  I got very good at making systems […]

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#LoveTheBoss: Angela Boothroyd, The Botanical Linguist

Welcome Angela, tell us something about you by way of introduction. How long have you worked for yourself? And perhaps something surprising readers may not know about you. My name is Angela Boothroyd, aka The Botanical Linguist. I’ve been self-employed, this time around, for about seven years. Something that people might not know about me – I support the Ruhanga Bicycle Repair Initiative in the village of Ruhanga in SW Uganda. This initiative was set up to help women and girls gain practical skills they can use to generate their own income. The project has already helped by donating tools […]

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#LoveTheBoss: Suzie Cheel, Artist and Heart Whisperer

Today my female business owner is Suzie Cheel, whose contribution comes in the free form of her own thoughts, as follows: Hi I am Suzie Cheel and I help people cut through disempowering mind chatter and listen to the whispers of their heart where true wisdom is found. I have been called the Heart Whisperer. I’m an intuitive artist, a certified Law of Attraction facilitator, an Angel Intuitive with Doreen Virtue, speaker and a published author. I am passionate about making a difference in the world, especially through my coaching work as a Self Love and Abundance Coach. A long […]

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#LoveTheBoss: Waring Well’s Heather Waring

My #LoveTheBoss female business owner today is Heather Waring. Heather and I go way back, we used to meet up regularly when I lived nearer to her, in Canary Wharf. Welcome, Heather. Do tell my readers something about you by way of introduction. How long have you worked for yourself? And perhaps something surprising we may not know about you? I’m Heather Waring and I’ve had my own business now since 2000. I’m currently walking a 1000 mile path from Le Puy en Velay in France to Santiago de Compostela, I’m just over half way there. Now tell us about […]

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