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Stacey and Jane love a good chat. Especially when it comes to sharing stories about running their businesses. Stacey is a dance educator and principal of a dance school and Jane is managing director of a marketing agency. Both of them have ambitions as high as the heavens for their consecutive businesses. They are motivated, passionate and driven female business leaders who love to share their insight with anyone who will listen. They're also incredibly curious as to how other business leade ...
 
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Samantha Wills started her self-titled jewellery company on the kitchen table of her share house in the eastern suburbs of Sydney when she was 21 years old. While her rise to the global stage looked meteoric to many, Samantha has said "It took me 12 years to become an overnight success" Join us today as we talk about her humble beginnings, her chal…
 
Over the past two weeks in my private coaching calls, I’ve been chatting a lot about STRESS and SUCCESS. I’ve been identifying what I see as 10 of the most common causes of stress in business - and how you can try and avoid them or overcome them and working through these with my business owner clients. Today I unpack 5 of these for you, and follow …
 
We are taking a small break, but not forever. Thank you to all of our fabulous listeners who have supported us for three years and 100 episodes. We have loved showing up for you, loved hearing from you and chatting with you in our socials. We are going to take some time to rejuvenate and will look forward to being back in your podcast feeds in 2021…
 
We have talked about the fabulous Lorraine Murphy so much on this podcast that we couldn't think of a better person to join us to celebrate our 100th episode! Stacey and I could have stayed and chatted all afternoon with Lorraine. We covered off all the topics including: > Lorraine's entrepreneurial evolution from founding The Remarkables Group to …
 
While running a business can be extremely rewarding, sometimes, it's a bit lonely being a business leader. There are so many decisions that you have to make, so much responsibility that rests on your shoulders and always a list of hard things to do. And there is no manual for so much that we do! Whether you are a business owner or not, having a men…
 
As we ease out of the initial COVID uncertainty, we face a new world. And it's not only COVID that stands to affect our world at the moment. We are seeing a worldwide movement in the right direction as people the world over fight for equality and inclusivity for people of colour. The US and China continue to antagonise each other. And Kanye West an…
 
Does sisterhood and #womensupportingwomen just happen on Instagram where we all love to post an inspiring meme? IN the real world, are women really lifting each other up? When push comes to shove, do we actually practice what we preach? We'd love to hear about how you approach a difficult conversation. Join our conversation in the Miss Bossy Boots …
 
Stacey and Jane both LOVED Glennon Doyle's latest book; Untamed. In this episode, we pull out the passages that resonated with us the most and deep dive into why. We talk about: > The world not needing selfless women in any more > The training we need to reverse the discomfort that we feel around strong, confident women > How we can build resilienc…
 
Let's face it, no-one likes having difficult conversations. But as business leaders and small business owners, we, unfortunately, need to have many of them. With the recent pandemic disruptions of COVID19, Stacey and Jane have had to have too many difficult conversations for their liking. In this episode, they chat through some of the strategies th…
 
When you are under the age of about 50, planning for your retirement seems kinda, well, boring. And it just seems sooo far away! Details concerning personal insurance, voluntary superannuation contributions and investment strategies can seem a little icky to many females and sometimes if we are honest, we can leave these boring details to the men i…
 
Barbara Ryan lives in New York City. She started her corporate career working on Wall Street. In the late seventies. It's interesting to hear her talk about how much has evolved (and unfortunately how much has not) when it comes to ambitious females navigating their career trajectory over the last 4 decades in one of the worlds most cutthroat econo…
 
“Difficulties come when you don't pay attention to life's whisper. Life always whispers to you first, but if you ignore the whisper, sooner or later you'll get a scream” ― Oprah Winfrey Gut feeling. Intuition. A little niggle. Instinct. What do you call that thing in your body that emits an almost visceral message within you sometimes? You can't qu…
 
Allison Garison is an Ayurvedic Practitioner. All too often Allison helps females understand that they are enough. They are a good mum. They can do hard things. They are good at business and it's OK to want to be successful. There are so many women who are lost. They are confused about who they are and who they should be. What's scary, is that a lo…
 
Let's face it. There is a pretty big topic that is dominating our thoughts, our lives and our businesses right now. When COVID first hit, Stace and Jane recorded an episode discussing how they were coping with the sudden change of direction that they were forced to take! Now, four weeks in, everything has evolved and changed again. Our businesses a…
 
What impact does your business have on the people that work for you? What about the people that you serve? In this episode of Miss Bossy Boots, we deep dive into what impact means to us? How do our actions impact those around us - particularly when it comes to our businesses. We can impact one person and then that impact has a ripple effect! As it …
 
I don't think we have ever leaned in so much to an interview with a guest before. Nina had us hanging on every word. Nina Christian runs a successful Melbourne-based marketing agency; Bravedo. She Chairs the Victorian committee of the Australian Marketing Institute and has five school-aged children. Oh, and she only works 15 hours a week! 😳 How doe…
 
Stacey Morgan is a Telstra Business Awards finalist. Woohoo! In this episode of Miss Bossy Boots, she answers all the questions about the application process, the work she put in and what this now means for her business. She shares some brilliant tips around how to complete an award submission of this calibre - it's definitely a science. And as alw…
 
In this current climate of COVID-19 / Coronavirus craziness, how can we best protect our business, our customers and our community? Join Jane and Stacey as they talk through their current challenges and opportunities during this difficult time. We are at point where new information is being released each minute. We'd love to hear any stories, tips …
 
We do. And we don't. Routines can be great for keeping us focused and productive. They can be predictable and they can help to manage expectations. But they can also be gruelling. And feel like a hamster wheel. Sometimes when we break routine, it's hard to get back into routine. In the episode we tackle the topics of routines! What's your thoughts …
 
Some of you may set New Years Resolutions, some of you may set goals. Having done all of the above, Stacey and I like to choose single words that will guide our actions. The goals and resolutions can then be set around those words. In this episode, Stacey and Jane reveal their chosen words for 2020 and how those words will come into play. We'd love…
 
Twelve months on from Stacey talking about her clarity manifesto we check back in to see what has actually manifested for Stace. We debate if it's the daily affirmations that contribute to the desired outcome OR is it just being just generally driven to achieve a result. Have a listen and then jump across to the Miss Bossy Boots Facebook Group and …
 
In this day and age we are bombarded by messages from clients, staff, family and friends across a plethora of channels. Facebook Messenger, Instagram direct message, comments left on social posts, emails, website forms, phone calls, text messages. Arghhh. In this episode of Miss Bossy Boots, Stacey and Jane tackle the topic of replying to all of th…
 
Time to reset for 2020! In this episode Stacey and Jane reflect back on what goals they set for 2019 vs what goals they achieved and how they achieved them (or didn't)! They also reset their goals for 2020! Perfect week anyone? Stacey has some great recommendations as to how to achieve this! Stacey is gearing up for a 3-month stint in NYC - of whic…
 
How do we actively get better at business and life? Grit, deliberate practice and a whole lotta resilience. In this episode, we reference the book Grit, by Angela Duckworth and talk about one of the points she makes about deliberate practice. If you'd like to join the conversation with like-minded women (and men) who are all about keeping it real, …
 
Stacey wasn't expecting to like Lorraine Murphy's new book; Baby, You're Remarkable as much as she did. Work. Life. Kids. Balance. Stress. Burnout. We are ALWAYS on the hunt for #lifehacks that help us navigate all of this. In her new book, Lorraine delivers a no-BS guide to business with a new family - and in Stacey's case - a very established fam…
 
This episode we speak to Kat Mclead. Kat is the creator of the Stay at Home Mom Entrepreneur. This is a framework that she created for creating a highly profitable business that she loves while working just 2 hours a day. Kat shares how she started her first multiple 6 figure business 20 years ago. She hasn’t slowed down since. Her first business p…
 
Fear can be debilitating. It can stop us from realising our potential. It can stand in the way of us jumping on an opportunity. It can infiltrate our conscious and deplete our confidence. Fear can be hard to identify too. In our experience, fear often manifests as a multitude of excuses. OR simply as prolific procrastination. 'I don't have time', '…
 
If you have been listening to our recent podcasts that discuss Jane's first-ever book; How To Do Marketing - A Comprehensive Guide for Small Business, and wondering what the book is all about or even whether the book is for you, then listen up to this episode of Miss Bossy Boots! You will also find this episode valuable if you are somewhat curious …
 
A work-life balance may be nigh impossible to achieve, however, that does not mean that we can't at least try to schedule in self-care activities that will help us to survive the life of a working parent! Eating well, exercising, relaxing, sleeping, learning - all of these things are necessary for us to live well, however these are the things that …
 
Well she did it! Jane Hillsdon finally got around to publishing her book; 'How to do Marketing - A Comprehensive Guide for Small Business. While she is, of course, celebrating the achievement of this mammoth task, Jane has had also had the chance to reflect upon the journey and uncover what some of the stumbling blocks were along the way. The main …
 
Can you imagine collaborating with your direct competitor in an effort to help potential customers better understand your product and business? This is something that Wordpress Web Developers Simon Bank and Robey Lawrence do regularly. In this episode of Miss Bossy Boots we learn how these two business owners regularly collaborate to provide educat…
 
As ambitious business owners with a penchant for learning and professional development, Stacey and Jane always have their ear in a business podcast or business book. So periodically, we love to share our favourite business finds with our Miss Bossy Boots community. Here is our latest instalment! Jane's favourites: BOOK This is Marketing by Seth God…
 
Sometimes as business owners we can forget that our customers don't know all the inner workings of our business and our minds. Noticing that there were some particular questions frequently asked by her customers, Miss Stacey decided to proactively approach the situation by creating a weekly Facebook Live series; called 'Miss Stacey's Why Series'. A…
 
Alana Roper has a really powerful story to share. In April 2017, Alana's darling little boy Ozzie was diagnosed with leukaemia. He was two years of age. Alana wrote to us via our Facebook page introducing herself as "a different sort of ‘bossy boots". "I may not be a typical woman in business, however, the true power in an oncology mum is something…
 
This is episode 2 of 'How to reignite our sensual vitality with Brooke Maggs from She Desires. If you are a seriously busy, working mum who feels overworked, overwhelmed and overscheduled, then we highly recommend that you listen to this two podcast series. She Desires is a business that delivers coaching and workshops to help very busy women (usua…
 
“We’re pulled from here to there and always have an endless to-do list...this creates a numbness in our body...” If you are a seriously busy, working mum who feels overworked, overwhelmed and overscheduled, then you may relate to this sentence. And if you do, then get excited about this two podcast series featuring Brooke Maggs from She Desires. Sh…
 
"One of the hardest decisions you'll ever face in life is choosing whether to walk away or try harder." Ziad Abdelnour This was one of the quotes included in Emma Isaacs much-acclaimed book; Winging It, that provided a huge a-ha moment for Jane. In a follow-up to episode #62 of Miss Bossy Boots podcast, where Stacey shared her top three take outs f…
 
There was so much valuable insight that we learned from our recent trip to Social Media Marketing World in San Diego that we created three episodes to share our very best highlights with you! This is episode three in that series and we recorded it once we had arrived back in Australia. By this time our learnings had really distilled and there were …
 
This episode follows on from episode 63 where we provided highlights from our first day's learnings at Social Media Marketing World 2019 in San Diego. We continue to share our highlights from the workshops that we attended. In this episode, we share insight into goal setting and what might be holding us back from achieving these goals, how to creat…
 
Recently, we both attended Social Media Marketing World in San Diego. This conference was something that we had both wanted to attend for many years. We set some goals for Miss Bossy Boots with the promise that when we achieved these we would road trip together to this conference! And that we did. During this three-day conference, we had such an ab…
 
As self-proclaimed queens of 'winging it', Business Chicks premium members and long-time Emma Isaac fangirls, we both awaited Emma Isaac's first ever book; Winging It with bated breath. In this episode, Stace talks through her defining moments of the book and how she is incorporating these take-outs into her work and personal life. Stace's key take…
 
Do you say yes, when you actually mean no? Sometimes we say yes because we genuinely want to help and our optimism leads us to believe that we can fit it all in. Sometimes we say yes, because we are afraid of hurting someone's feelings, or worried that they will judge us for saying no. Sometimes we are just so used to saying yes, we just forget to …
 
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