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Telstra Business Awards – nominate your own business or one that you admire

Two years ago my business sphinxx was a finalist in the Telstra Business Awards and it was an experience that I’ll always remember.  The process of being involved with an elite group of business operators; the reflection on my own business and its…

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Would you like to see Tony Abbott as PM? Why do majority of women polled say “no thanks”?

I don’t usually write about politics… but I’m fascinated by the NewsPoll opinion results that confirm women are still not warming to Tony Abbott.  More than that, their satisfaction with him as opposition leader is in decline, and 42% of women prefer the idea of Julia Gillard as Prime Minister rather than Mr Rabbit (as […]

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Some of my favorite reading this week: Seeking Meritocracy in Silicon Valley; Women in Media; Life at Oprah’s Leadership Acadamey; Straight White Men Are Not Oppressed

Every week I receive literally dozens of links on recommended reading, article alerts and just plain old emails from readers like you pointing out something you’ve liked – which is great because it makes a little easier and a LOT more interesting!  I thought I’d start sharing some of my favorites each week, which I […]

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Assistance needed with Not-For-Profit survey – are you on the board or the payroll of a NFP?

Women are well represented within the workforce of nfp, charitable and community sector organisations. The community sector alone comprises around 85% women, which is a key factor in the equal pay case for community workers currently before Fair Work Australia. Yet we know very little about the gendered nature of senior management and their boards. […]

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Happy 2nd birthday to 1 million women!

Congratulations go out to Natalie Isaacs and the team at 1 million women on yoursecond birthday!  Since Nat started 1 million women just two short years ago, over 45,000 daughters, mothers, sisters and grandmothers have committed to protecting our climate, our communities and our future, leading change for the better. 1 Million Women is a perfect example […]

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In conversation with Maxine McKew – ‘Success, Defeat and Everything In Between’

She was the giant slayer who toppled Australia’s second-longest serving Prime Minister, John Howard – ousting him from his seat of Bennelong in the 2007 election. And now you can get up close and personal with Maxine McKew former MP for Bennelong, journalist and feminist. sphinxx is delighted to support the next fundraising event for Dress […]

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"Being kind and not mean would change the world a lot."
Indeed.
Thanks Campbell. And thanks to Verity Hayman for sharing 😊
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This boy's made more than 800 teddy bears for children in hospital after teaching himself to sew 🐻

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Shout out to the magnificent men at Manly Cycles (in Manly, of course!) who helped me out today. No, I haven't returned to my youth and bought a bicycle (though I did have a lot of fun on that bike like that time I cycled half way to Adelaide and back during the school holidays because - well - just because. And that time I cycled to the next town over to collect a new pet rabbit, who looked a little horrified when she realised she was to be the cargo transported on the parcel rack).
No, after the bicycle being my mode of transport to and from school for most of my primary and high school years, I don't care if I never ride another bicycle in my life.
But... the horse needed some bike tubes for his tie up post. So the men at Manly Cycles sorted that out for me, with a smile, and wouldn't even let me buy them a coffee in thanks. Big thumbs up!
#happyhorse #happylife
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