Doing it Differently With Kathryn MacMillan | Laini Bennett

Doing it Differently With Kathryn MacMillan

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When Kathryn MacMillan started her business, she wanted something in which she could grow while raising her family and supporting her husband in his big corporate role. Twenty years on, her company has become the big corporate. Here, she shares the lessons she has learned from doing it differently. What inspired you to launch your

Doing it Differently With Elaine Morrison | Laini Bennett

Doing it Differently With Elaine Morrison

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When an autoimmune disease unexpectedly struck Pilates instructor Elaine Morrison down, the cure changed her life. It inspired her to launch a collagen-based wellness business to help others. Here, she shares the lessons she has learned from doing it differently. What inspired you to launch your own business?  My journey from certified Pilates instructor to

Doing it Differently With Caroline Bellenger | Laini Bennett

Doing it Differently With Caroline Bellenger

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Single mother Caroline Bellenger overcame childhood trauma, addiction, and mental illness to give herself and her son their best chance in life. Today, she is a triathlete and runs a thriving business as a life and business coach. Here, she shares the lessons she has learned from doing it differently. What inspired you to launch

A Disruptive Influence | Laini Bennett

A Disruptive Influence

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When registered nurse and mother of four, Tamar Krebs, launched her business, Group Homes Australia, she was determined to disrupt the aged care industry. For too long, there had been no alternative to the traditional care model, particularly for those living with dementia, and she believed the industry was ripe for change. Here, Krebs shares