Blogfest 42: Sam Dounis and Her Biz Her Way

Today my guest blog post is from favoured, loyal and long-term client Sam Dounis. We are both Creators. We both write. And the longer we work together and the better we know one another, the more richly rewarding our business relationship becomes. Here’s Sam, in her own delicious words, as she talks about Banishing the Shoulds. One of the joys of running your own business is that you get to call the shots when it comes to how it’s run. I say ‘joy’, but actually, at the beginning, especially if you’ve been institutionalised in a large corporate organisation, it can […]

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Blogfester 41: Karen Wilmot and Her Biz Her Way

If you have been paying attention around here, of the thing things I love best about my business (and that’s the entire theme of this Blogfest, Our Biz Our Way) is it being international. And now here’s Karen Wilmot, the Virtual Midwife, our foreign correspondent from Muscat, Oman. Yay! I get a lot of raised eyebrows when I tell people that I am The Virtual Midwife. The common understanding of a midwife is that we assist women to give birth. How can I possibly do that online and virtually? Thanks to the popular BBC programme Call the Midwife there has been […]

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Blogfest 39: Helen Rebello and Her Biz Her Way

Blogfest brings another new virtual pal into my world today, Helen Rebello, who tells me she is also writing a book. Her post is about less hustle and more flow: Hello lovely soul, welcome. If you’re new to me, I’m Helen and I’m on a heart-led mission to help 100,000 women uncover their inherent peace, potential and purpose, so that they can live & work in a way that feeds their soul. I call it the #peacefulrebellion because I don’t believe we have to bend, break, shout, hustle, follow rules and strategies or push to fulfil our potential. I believe […]

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Blogfest 38: Honey Lansdowne and Her Biz Her Way

Today my 38th guest blogger is Honey Lansdowne who is another virtual pal the Blogfest has brought into my life. I too am looking forward to reading her story about how to show up as your authentic self in life and business: I can share with you how to show up as your authentic self in life and business because I do it! Sometimes we don’t connect the dots between ourselves and our businesses but I think it’s catching on, because I am seeing a lot of business people talking about mindset. I’ve been following Judith Morgan’s Blogfest with interest because […]

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Blogfest 37: Natalie Phillips and Her Biz Her Way

Guest blogger #37 is Natalie Phillips who is a relatively new friend I’ve made online, and her writing the story of Her Biz Her Way is just what I’d expect, funny, smart and honest. Perhaps that’s why we got on so while when we spoke! She describes my book Your Biz Your Way as “straight-talking, humorous, female-centric book that kicks aside all the demons lurking in your head.” Straight-talking and humourous makes us two, Natalie and me, twins! The reason this blog exists….is because of this post. Back in the heady days of January, Judith announced she was running a blogfest. […]

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Blogfest#36: Stephanie MacKay and Her Biz Her Way

In the relatively short time in which I have known Stephanie MacKay she has travelled on some wonderful adventures – India, Canada and Mauritius come to mind. In fact, she’s in Mauritius now and there’s a lovely photo on this post of hers of the sand between her toes! Read how she says no to hustling and grinding and yes to Her Biz Her Way: I was invited by Judith Morgan, my business coach, to participate in Blogfest, a celebration of her new book Your Biz Your Way. I started working with Judith about 6 months ago when I realised […]

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Blogfest #35: Kathleen Lloyd and Her Biz Her Way

Kathleen Lloyd from New Zealand is my 35th contributor to Blogfest. For KL, it’s all about FREEDOM: I am the Crash Test Dummy for online courses. Have been bitten, and bitten deeply, by the big names. And spent several years subjecting myself to internal shaming because I wasn’t Crushing It. That shame has been a messy, painful process to work through. When every time I open my email, I’ve got a chorus of voices telling me about That One Thing That Will Make the Difference. For only $37. Just come to this free one-hour long webinar. I would say that […]

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Blogfest 34: Sarah Swanton and Her Biz Her Way

Blogfester #34 is Sarah Swanton who has published her reflections on being a solopreneur and asks “what does running My Biz My Way really look like?” Here she is, in her own words: It’s March 2018, and I’ve just finished my third book of the year. My ambitions at the start of the year to read one book a week have since been revised to just one a month will be fine. There would’ve been a time when the internal conversation would’ve been more along the lines of “for goodness sake, why can’t you stick to ANYTHING you say you’re […]

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Blogfest 33: Jo Dodds and Her Biz Her Way

Jo Dodds has played many roles in the life of my book. I’m so glad that a second read-through was valuable for her. Here she tells that story, and much more besides. What a gal! Judith Morgan is, to use her vernacular, a top bird. We’ve know each other for many years. Initially through her and Nicola Cairncross’ business, The Money Gym, where I attended at least a couple of events, so we met in the flesh (that doesn’t always happen these days does it?), and then, in recent years, mainly on Facebook and, of course, I’m an avid listener […]

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Blogfest 32: Tom Evans and His Biz His Way

Hurrah! Another chap! Tom’s a master communicator, so let’s get straight to it. I don’t read these before I copy and paste them so I am on the edge of my seat too. Here’s Tom: This month I begin my 61st orbit of our home star on Spaceship Earth. This means I turn 60. Incidentally, that’s a journey of over 35 billion miles around the Sun! It seems somewhat appropriate to mark the occasion with a blog and I was invited to join in with Judith Morgan’s blogfest in January to share some gems of wisdom of how I go […]

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