Business Change

People don’t leave jobs, they leave their environment.

People don’t leave jobs, they leave their environment

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People don’t leave jobs, they leave their environment. Sure the boss is a major factor. The research supports it. Fixing the problem is not just about fixing bosses. It goes…
AS and Raelene

Be Remarkable

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“Be remarkable.”I still remember Seth Godin saying these words at an address in Sydney in 2014. Recently, I witnessed a perfect example of being remarkable. I listened to and observed…
What my Dad’s speech at my wedding taught me about business

What my Dad’s speech at my wedding taught me about business

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In 2016 I got married. The wedding was a celebration and a fun day spent with family and friends. It became even more memorable through something quite unexpected during the…
How to Nurture one of the Biggest Assets in your Business

How to Nurture one of the Biggest Assets in your Business

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“It’s not the employer who pays the wages. Employers only handle the money. It is the customer who pays the wages.” Henry Ford summed up the role of the customer…

Career Change

The beliefs you need to banish before building a business

The beliefs you need to banish before building a business

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Doing the research, honing the business skills and laying the foundations are all essential steps to take when making the ultimate career leap from a corporate job to being your…
mindset

Mastering the mindset change when embarking on entrepreneurship

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This article was first featured in the Women’s Network Australia, ‘Working Women’ magazine. A decision to alter a career path from being an employee to being your own boss is…
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Being bold for career change

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On 18 June 2006, I jumped out of a plane. Even though it seems like a long time ago, I can still vividly remember kneeling at the edge of the…
Ball and chain

The mistakes not to make when you make the break

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This article was first featured in the Women’s Network Australia, ‘Working Women’ magazine under the title “Essential tips for the rookie entrepreneur.” (www.womensnetwork.com.au) Breaking free from the corporate shackles to…
Lost that loving feeling making a living?

Lost that loving feeling making a living?

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February is often touted as the month of love. On the personal front, it’s the month where cupids and romantics worldwide unite to hype up hooking up and being loved…
Overcoming doubts when embarking on a career transition

Overcoming doubts when embarking on a career transition

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Stressed, frustrated, unhappy. Words that are typically used to describe the emotional state of a significant proportion of those employed in jobs they don’t like. Freedom, flexibility, abundance. Words that…
Why Gen Y is Gen Yes when it comes to entrepreneurship and small business

Why Gen Y is Gen Yes when it comes to entrepreneurship and small business

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Arrogant, lazy and impatient. Words that have been bandied around in society to describe Generation Y also known as the Millennials or Me generation. They are not words that are…
3 essential strategies to consider when escaping the corporate trap

3 Essential strategies to consider when escaping the corporate trap

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On 18 June 2006, I jumped out of a plane. On 20 March 2014, I jumped off the corporate ladder. Two life changing moments not too dissimilar! Similar to skydiving,…
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Time to ditch the corporate ladder?

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I was a long term sufferer of Mondayitis. For me, it used to creep in on Sunday evening and last until Monday lunchtime. By then I was back in the…

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About Samantha, Business & Career Change Consultant, Writer, Speaker
Samantha is a change enabler, a strengths exploiter, and an active advocate for the ‘smarter not harder’ approach to business, career and life. Samantha helps business leaders engage their people when embarking on business change programs, and helps those not feeling the love in their current role survive the jump when pursuing meaningful career change. Samantha is also a published author, runner and champagne sipper.

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