Once upon a time I had a dream of owning and running my own business. In 2014 I made the choice to make that dream a reality, and I’ve never looked back.
After studying Visual Communication at UTS, at 20 I moved across the world to Norway. I took a Bachelor of Science – it was taught in Norwegian and there were only a handful of girls in my class. I graduated with a job at Cisco as an Engineer and experienced first hand how creative the tech industry is.
Since moving home I've worked in marketing at Nestle and in advertising as Project Director managing production.
As my dream called louder I started One Red Thread, the most exciting journey of my life to date. Social media links:
"Workaholics aren't heroes. They don't save the day, they just use it up. The real hero is home because she figured out a faster way." - Jason Fried
With an almost never ending choice of customer relationship management (CRM) software it can seem daunting to select the right one. These tips will help you narrow down the options and select a system that will work for both your business and you!
There are many mindset techniques to calm your mind and step out of the feelings of stress, but there are also proactive steps you can take to minimise your stress levels before they peak.
If you’ve ever experienced the feeling of working hard, yet getting nowhere, you’re going to love time blocking, where the tiniest shift in mindset yields incredible results.
Think you need to be a tech geek to start automating your business? Think again. Today Caroline Leppers share three time-saving business automations anyone can set up in less than two hours.
If you’re currently contactable via at least 20 different ‘inboxes’ between email, your phone and social media you’ll know managing inboxes is a lot of work and hugely distracting to productivity.
Ever have trouble sitting down and focusing your mind on exactly what you need to do? Here’s a simple habit you can develop that will yield a clear, focused mind and boost your focus.
Think you’re an email ninja when it comes to processing that little email notification popup in the bottom of your screen? What if turning it off could save you an hour of your day?