Lilach Bullock – “I got so much out of doing this”

Tycoon Women Moments Radio Show Guest Wednesday 11th January 2012     Lilach Bullock is a social networking pioneer, business consultant, mentor and personal brand expert. Lilach has been described as one of the most dynamic personalities in the world of UK social media; she is frequently credited with the accolade of being the first in the industry to actively leverage networking. Lilach launched and then sold her first business within three years of becoming a mother.  Lilach likes to describe herself as a mumpreneur - indeed she was nominated and recognised for her contributions in the annual mumpreneur awards at Downing Street. Listen Again  [display_podcast] Experience it for yourself  The Seven Moments process used in the show is a truly … [Read more...]

The Complete Guide on how to deal with overwhelm… Part 4

... for Women who are still wearing the cape and trying to fly!    Over the last three weeks I’ve looked at what causes people to feel overwhelmed and suggested some steps you can take to shake off the patterns and limiting beliefs that maybe keeping you stuck in a paradigm that says it is possible to do everything on your growing to – do encyclopaedia (it's far too long to be called just a list), all the time! If you're starting to wake up to the fact that it actually it isn’t possible because (believe it or not) you are only human well done! If not keep reading because I have some more tips that will help you shake off those superhero tendencies. Here are 10 more tips to help you get back to being a mere mortal – doing what you can in the time available and loving it because … [Read more...]

Rebecca Garnett – “Your experiences make you the person you are”

Tycoon Women Moments Radio Show Guest Wednesday 11th April 2012   Rebecca Garnett is an entrepreneur, mother, sometime jazz singer and the CEO & Co-Founder of Skilio, an exciting new social media platform set to take the world by storm. Known as a creative Girl Friday, thinker, do-er & lover of life, her true passion is for finding the point at which creativity, social entrepreneurship and technology meet. Rebecca is currently combining Education, Technology and Collaborative Consumption to deliver great things. Listen Again  [display_podcast] Experience it for yourself  The Seven Moments process used in the show is a truly insightful and cathartic exercise. It is a journey back through your life reconnecting to the pivotal moments that have defined your life so far. … [Read more...]

Shanda Sumpter – “It was hard work but I loved it”

Tycoon Women Moments Radio Show Guest Wednesday 25th April 2012 Shanda Sumpter is the founder and CEO of HeartCoreWomen a company devoted to helping women do what they love and make money doing it! With a passion for women’s interests and issues, she is a highly sought after international speaker. Her background includes real-estate, successfully creating new business ventures for emerging and established companies, including playing a significant part in the creation of $40 million plus in new business for one company. Based in California she runs HeartCoreWomen from her home office on the coasts. Considered to have “the Midas touch,” Shanda specializes in assisting women CEOs to establish a greater sense of clarity and direction in their businesses Listen … [Read more...]

Placida Acheru – “The best process and the best radio show”

Tycoon Women Moments Radio Show Guest Wednesday 29th February 2012   Placida Acheru is One of UK's Top Business Transformational Coaches and Founder of "Coaching 4 Excellence". Before leaving it all behind and crossing continents to follow her passion into coaching and personal development Placida not only ran a successful retail business, owning a chain of stores (all of which she did in her spare time) she was also Senior Assistant Register of a large collage. Today, Placida is an internationally sought-after speaker, social media marketing strategist and relationship marketing expert. Listen Again  [display_podcast] Experience it for yourself  The Seven Moments process used in the show is a truly insightful and cathartic exercise. It is a journey back … [Read more...]

Tanya Rennick – “…there is so much to be proud of “

Tycoon Women Moments Radio Show Guest Wednesday 16th May 2012   Tanya Rennick dubbed the "witch Queen of networking” by Rachel Elnaugh – the first Lady Dragon in Dragon’s den is the founder of the exclusive Oyster Club Networking group. The name says it all. Noted for bringing together the great and the good and perhaps even the bad and the ugly the Oyster club is the creme de la creme of business networking. The highest levels of membership the Black Pearl has attracted speakers such as Dorothea Hodge (Chief advisor to the leader of the House of Lords) Rachel Elnaugh (BBC TV's first lady dragon and founder of Red Letter Days), Mike Southon (author of The Beer Mat Entrepreneur), John Bird (founder of The Big Issue), Jonathan Aitken.and Camila Batmanghelidjh (founder of … [Read more...]

Esme Witbooi – “Music is a great way to anchor your experiences “

Tycoon Women Moments Radio Show Guest Wednesday 23rd May 2012 Esme Witbooi is a coach and NLP practitioner who is taking South Africa by storm.  After working in the UK for 5 years specialising in alternative dispute resolution, she has returned to her native South Africa to provide much needed conflict resolution skills and NLP training.  Founder of EWC a company specialising in coaching, mediation, mentoring and NLP training; Esme is passionate about teaching South Africa the benefits of these life changing and empowering techniques. Listen Again  [display_podcast]   Experience it for yourself  The Seven Moments process used in the show is a truly insightful and cathartic exercise. It is a journey back through your life reconnecting to the pivotal moments that have … [Read more...]

The Complete Guide on how to deal with overwhelm… Part 3

... for Women who are still wearing the cape and trying to fly!  Over the last two weeks I’ve looked at the causes of overwhelm and how we might start to shake off old patterns and limiting beliefs that are keeping us stuck in a paradigm that says it is possible to do everything that we feel needs to be done, all the time! I hope that you are starting to see that in actual fact it isn’t possible because (believe it or not) you are only human! It’s time to start shaking those superhero tendencies. This week I’ve put together 10 more tips to help you get back to being a mere mortal – doing what you can in the time available and loving it because you know it is, what is. And remember the worst thing would be to turn this into an overwhelming task by trying to do everything that’s … [Read more...]

The Complete Guide on how to deal with overwhelm… Part 2

  ...for Tycoon Women who are still wearing the cape and trying to fly!   Last week we looked at the causes of overwhelm and how we might start to shift the limiting beliefs and patterns we have that are keeping us stuck in the belief that it is possible to do everything all the time. It’s not! And shaking those superhero tendencies takes practice. So here are the first of the suggestions to break the habit. Remember not to turn this into an overwhelming task by trying to do everything that’s suggested. Just focus on one initially – you can always come back to the list later once that one is working for you.   A simple place to start 1. Before you do anything else -take a time out! If you are feeling completely stressed and overwhelmed you won’t be able to … [Read more...]

The Complete Guide on how to deal with overwhelm …Part 1

...for Tycoon Women who are still wearing the cape and trying to fly!  My sister once told me that the only thing that she had in common with Superwoman was gender! How many of us continue to don the cape of the super hero with delusions of being able to travel faster than a speeding bullet or leap a building in a single bound? Let’s face it, the age of communication and the internet super highway, far from making things easier has simply given us so many more things to add to our lists. Everything we read is either a call for action or an idea enticing us to give it our attention. If you are looking to make significant changes in your life you are already predisposed to the bright shiny object syndrome (the tendency to keep switching your focus to the next interesting idea that grabs … [Read more...]