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Your opening line: three ways to better hooks and angles

Your opening line: three ways to better hooks and angles

A guy walks into a bar ... and invariably opens with a one liner. Does he get the girl (or guy)? Depends on the line - if it's a good one, there'll be more conversation. If it's dodgy, sleazy or boring, it's time to move along buddy. And so it is for you and your...

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Visible Women: Elly Both of Bright Green

Visible Women: Elly Both of Bright Green

Elly Both describes herself as a green geek. Starting a green committee at work sparked her desire to do more in the field of sustainability, so she quit her project management career to launch her own business, where she's encouraging people to live a bright green...

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Visible Women: Emma and Carla Papas from The Merrymaker Sisters

Visible Women: Emma and Carla Papas from The Merrymaker Sisters

Carla and Emma Papas are two of the most delightful and most uplifting women you could meet. Don’t let their cheerful and endlessly positive vibe fool you – they work incredibly hard and because of that determination and perseverance, they have built a successful business that is in full alignment with their dreams.

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Visible Woman: Kim Sullivan of The Leap Crew

Visible Woman: Kim Sullivan of The Leap Crew

Kim Sullivan is the founder of The Leap Crew, where she takes the latest findings from behavioural science and distils them into practical and proven tools and techniques for her clients. How did your business come about? Like so many women, owning my own business has...

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Is it self-promotion or leadership?

Is it self-promotion or leadership?

Let's have a chat about the difference between self-promotion and leadership, because I see an awful lot of women minimise themselves because they confuse the two. It's understandable, because we're not taught how to be leaders, or that it's OK to promote yourself and...

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