My Brilliant (Accidental) Career | Laini Bennett

My Brilliant (Accidental) Career

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Alison Covington, AM, overcame a life-threatening illness to launch a not-for-profit that is not only helping millions of Australians every year, but also protecting the environment. Here, the Good360 Australia Founder & Managing Director shares her inspiring leadership journey, including how she is an accidental leader. When Alison Covington AM received her Order of Australia

Challenging The Status Quo | Laini Bennett

Challenging The Status Quo

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Coralus CEO Vicki Saunders wanted to make it easier for female founders to raise capital for their startups, allowing them to grow their businesses on their terms. Her solution disrupts the traditional capital-raising model, turning it on its head. Here, she shares her leadership journey and lessons learned. When award-winning Canadian businesswoman and entrepreneur Vicki

Taking a Leap of Faith | Laini Bennett

Taking a Leap of Faith

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When RangeMe CEO Nicky Jackson started her retail product discovery platform in her children’s toy room, she thought it would keep her mind occupied while on maternity leave. She didn’t expect it to turn into a global juggernaut. Here, she shares her leadership journey as a female founder, including her lessons learned. It was May

Doing it Differently With Zoe Simmons | Laini Bennett

Doing it Differently With Zoe Simmons

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Zoe Simmons lives with disabilities that cause her constant, agonising pain and extreme fatigue. Her ability to establish a successful copyrighting and SEO business, in spite of the challenges she faces, is inspiring. Here, she shares the lessons she’s learned from doing it differently, including why female founders need to be brave.  What inspired you

Doing it Differently With Stephanie Bofinger | Laini Bennett

Doing it Differently With Stephanie Bofinger

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When Stephanie Bofinger launched her female body armour business, manufacturers told her that what she wanted was impossible. As a former professional athlete, she refused to take no for an answer. Here, she shares her lessons from doing it differently, including why female entrepreneurs need stamina.  What inspired you to launch your own business?  I

Doing it Differently With Tara Bogna | Laini Bennett

Doing it Differently With Tara Bogna

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When Tara Bogna launched her lash serum startup, she felt like an imposter in the beauty industry. But her brother and co-founder, Trevor, saw something in her that she didn’t. Here, she shares her lessons from doing it differently, including why female entrepreneurs should have courage. What inspired you to launch your own business?  My

Doing it Differently With Kiani Mills | Laini Bennett

Doing it Differently With Kiani Mills

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When Kiani Mills returned from maternity leave at a law firm to find she no longer had a job, it motivated her to start a conveyancing company. She faced many obstacles, including her own inexperience and lack of confidence, but used them as a foundation for growth. Here she shares the lessons she learned from

Doing it Differently With Kasia Cummings | Laini Bennett

Doing it Differently With Kasia Cummings

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Kasia Cummings’ skincare and beauty business, Buffalo Gal Organics, evolved from an epiphany she had after creating a product to help her daughter’s dermatitis. Unfortunately, her then-husband wasn’t keen on her ‘hobby’. Here, Cummings shares her lessons as an entrepreneur, including why it is essential to have a support network and an authentic voice. What

Doing it Differently With Sara Sheehan | Laini Bennett

Doing it Differently With Sara Sheehan

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When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Sara Sheehan leveraged her experience working in global consulting firms to launch her own leadership consultancy. While she mentors others she, too, has benefited from business coaching. Here, Sheehan shares the lessons she has learned from doing it differently, including turning challenges into strategic learning opportunities. What inspired you to

Doing it Differently With Justine Cox | Laini Bennett

Doing it Differently With Justine Cox

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When Justine Cox became a first-time mother at 43, it inspired her to launch her leadership coaching business, so she could spend more time with her son. One of her biggest challenges learning to put a value on herself with pricing. Here, she shares her leadership lessons and some great tips for integrating work and