This is the season 3 finale for the Herpreneur Podcast Show. Annette has decided to take time and allow space for her next evolution to transpire. To all the hardcore listeners and avid supports of the show, we appreciate your love and support throughout our journey. Nothing is sure but we guarantee you that we will meet again, however that looks, is still to be unveiled!
In this episode, we have Samantha Wills, a celebrated entrepreneur, and the author of the business memoir “Of Gold & Dust” which documents not only her professional experience as a company founder, but also the very personal and human elements that such a rise to success required, all with her signature vulnerability.
In this episode, we have Katrina McCarter, the author of the two famous book titled “The Mother of All Opportunities” and “Marketing to Mums”, shares the biggest mistake that are being made when marketing to mums, what you need to consider when ramping up your marketing, and how to make a more niched message..
In this episode, we have Amy Jacobson, an EI and human behaviour specialist and the author of of the book “Emotional Intelligence: A Simple and Actionable Guide to Increasing Performance, Engagement and Ownership”, walks us through hot usable tips that will not just get your sales cranking BUT also be a great tip for us mums with our kids when it comes to negotiation and drawing out conversations.
The Story of Zoë Routh and her Award Winning book titled People Stuff. In this episode we have Zoë Routh, the author of People Stuff, An Advanced Handbook for leadership and won BOOK OF THE YEAR at the Australian Business Book Awards 2020. In this interview, you’ll find this interview impactful and helping you up level your people skills.
The Inspirational Story of Suzi Dafnis and HerBusiness. In this episode we have Suzi Dafnis, CEO of HerBusiness, a collaborative online community of women who are growing and scaling a business. In this interview, you’ll hear how HerBusiness lead the way in building one of Australia’s largest community of business women.
The Story Behind The Revolutionary ‘Sweat Proof’ Make Up. In this episode we have Nova Jane, founder of Fitcover, a natural mineral-based makeup. In this interview, you’ll hear the journey of creating a new concept to the marketplace, all the way through the importance of relying on your ‘gut’ even when everyone tells you it isn’t going to work.
If you fear that you’ll be ridiculed at the start, but the evidence is so strong you really want to get it out there, then this episode is for you. Today we have Melissa McConaghy who was an expert in her field; who spoke up about new findings that had her pulled over the coals and nearly lost her reputation in doing so.