Monthly Archives: October 2012
I love sharing information. My entire business – the Sydney Writers' Centre – is built on sharing knowledge and empowering people to kick their own goals. And that's why I'm so excited about my upcoming seminar: "How to write a business book".
Date: Friday 16 November 2012 Time: 9.30am to 1.00pm Cost: $295
In this seminar,
Image source: Jeff and Maria Sarris (six4eleven.com)
Being an entrepreneur can be extraordinarily rewarding. It can also drive you crazy. The journey is fraught with highs, lows, successes and disappointments. And one thing is for sure, you learn a lot about yourself – what you're capable of, how you view the world, and how you deal with everything from stress to opportunity – along the way.
But few of us stop to
DWEN Melbourne. Yours truly, Kylie Taylor (Managing Director of Baldwin Boyle), Emma Isaacs (CEO of Business Chicks)
Honoured: to speak at the Dell Women's Entrepreneur Network in Melbourne and Sydney.
It was a privilege to launch Power Stories to the amazing women in the Dell Women's Entrepreneur Network (DWEN) in both Melbourne and Sydney. If you want to find out more about the network, check out the LinkedIn
L-R: Valerie Khoo, Allison Tait, Kerri Sackville at the Problogger Training Event in Melbourne
I had an energising couple of days attending – and speaking at – the Problogger Training Event in Melbourne recently. It was fantastic to connect with other bloggers, wonderful graduates of the Sydney Writers' Centre and spend time with our fabulous presenters who also attended the event:
I'm not one of those frequent flying executives who spends every second night on a plane or the club lounge of a hotel. But I travel often enough that I have a system. It's a system that includes ziplock bags for various currencies and electrical adapters, a regular airport transfer service, and a failsafe way of packing my all-important toiletries and makeup.
Except, this week, my system didn't work.
I was in Melbourne
My book Power Stories debuted last week as number 2 in its category (business and management), just behind Richard Branson's book.
I have to admit that I had no idea what to expect about the sales of the book so it's been interesting (and very exciting) to watch it all unfold. I'm documenting everything - all my marketing strategies, ideas and media opportunities - and I'm happy to share my experience in case you want to launch a book one
Heidi Holmes, who owns and manages adage.com.au, a job site that is specifically targeted at workers over 45, firmly believes you need to have a passion for what you do in life.
My life in a minute: On the cover of "Working Women" magazine; and the secret to saving relationships
Shocked by: the news my book Power Stories debuted at number 2 in its category! I'm still pinching myself. My book Power Stories officially hit stores this week. And yesterday I got news that it debuted at number 2 in its category (Richard Branson was number 1)! I actually can't quite believe it – thank you so much for all your support!
Rambo helping me sign more copes