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Women, choices and freedom: we will not do deals with terrorists

In my high school years when most contemporaries were studying English, I studied French. So began my life as a Francophile and (several visits to the continent later) the love affair has never faltered. Friendships came easily with the French I met there, and those who later gravitated to me here on Australian soil. And […]

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A pictorial reminder of just how amazing women are… and a challenge to remember what you are capable of…

So I woke up this morning with Master 3 in the bed and my NiceGuy beagle too (ok, I know Wendy Harmer says I shouldn’t let dogs sleep in my bed, and every parenting expert says I shouldn’t let my son sleep in my bed, and anyone else would say the two together is out […]

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Three cheers for the 2012 finalists in the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award – here’s the list!

The judges of the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award today announced a stellar lineup in the Australian shortlist for the 2012 award…. I’m sure you’ll agree it’s going to be tough to choose just one winner amongst these entrepreneurs who span sectors ranging from fashion to food to industrial products.  The finalists are:   – […]

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“Women of Hope”… a song with heart and soul, to start the week

This one came through on my TEDx talks newsletter this morning… and it touched me with words and images every woman can relate to.  Inspired by Aung San Suu Kyi’s call to action, Morley composed this song and presented it to TEDxWomen.  Thought you might like it too…

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Kelly, Reinhart make Financial Times Women At The Top list – The top 50 Women in World Business

Australian businesswomen Gail Kelly, CEO of Westpac Group (Number 12) and Gina Reinhart, CEO of Hancock Prospecting (number 27) have made it onto the 2011 Financial Times Women At The Top list – alongside other leaders of enterprise from across the Globe.  The list is somewhat of a United Nations of business – with the […]

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Are you a leader? Who is your role model? And what is your plan?

Last week I spent the better part of two days with Christine Nixon at a course called Women Achieving and Flourishing put on by Our Community in Melbourne.  If you get the chance to attend one of these programs in the future (register at OurCommunity if you’d like to be informed), I can highly recommend […]

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11-year-old Australian surfing star Sabre is one of my favorite people I met this year, and she’s about to be one of yours.

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Raw. Real. Remembering just some of the magical talent that departed our realm last year.

Music is such a gift, it lightens our load and brings such joy, and how lucky are we to experience all of these fantabulous artists in our lifetime??

Of course their memories will live on in their songs that I'll certainly continue to belt out ad infinitum (karaoke tribute night anyone?!)

Thanks Keith Urban for a moving musical tribute. Fair dinkum mate, it's a ripper...
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Keith Urban pays tribute to some of the iconic musicians we lost in 2016 in a moving medley. 🎶 #Studio10

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