The show for those starting or running a one person business, hosted by Cec Busby. With over 100,000 members and stacks of resources, Flying Solo keeps you on track.
The best gift you can give someone is the present of your presence
If your personal communication skills are lacking, they could be impacting your business. Throughout her career, renowned vocal coach Natasha McNamara has worked with some of the nation's most prominent actors, politicians and business leaders. For this episode of Flying Solo Natasha drops by to explain the fundamentals of effective communication. Whether you're pitching a new product, presenting to a board or simply meeting with a client; clear communication and a strong presence are vital to success. Natasha gives us the lowdown on the communication tools you need to set your voice free and let your presence shine through.
If you think ambition and mums in business don't mix - you'd be wrong
Serial entrepreneur Carrie Kwan, founder of the Daily Addict and Mums & Co. drops by ahead of Mother's Day to chat 'mumbition', the work-life tightrope and how Mums & Co's network is helping to support women to have it all!
The sales pitch: 4 things you need to know going in
So many of us struggle with the sales pitch. Today's guest, business coach Tori Kopke explains why this can be such a common challenge and how we can overcome it and make that sale.
272. How to leave a secure job and jump into the unknown
Melissa Gerke was a public school teacher with a passion for copywriting. But when it came to swapping one career for the other, she took a long-term approach to ensure her financial security. In this episode, Melissa shares the steps she took to transition from a sure-thing government job into the world of freelancing.
What all women need to know about their superannuation (repeat)
Women are said to retire with around 47 percent less superannuation than men; they're also the largest growing demographic in the small business space. Christina Hobbs, founder of Verve Superannuation, the first superannuation fund founded by women FOR women in Australia talks us through the basics of making informed decisions about our superannuation and financial life when we're running a small business.
How eating right can help your brain cope better with stress (repeat)
From the archive: Delia McCabe is a ex-psychologist neuroscientist and nutritionist, with a PHD in the neurobiology of stress and nutrition. When it comes to understanding how our brains respond to stress Delia firmly believes that what we eat plays the biggest role in feeling better and more in control of our busy lives.
Phenomenal content!! Love it.
Cheers on your podcast!! Looking forward to your next episodes!
Business with backbone!
Robert and his incredible guests shine the brightest of lights on what it means to create a sustainable business that works for you! Engaging, inspiring, and educational are just a few of the words I’d use to describe the time you’ll spend with them. Thanks so much for putting out such a spectacular show Robert - keep up the great work!