Personal, one-on-one coaching designed to build your courage muscles in the areas of: taking a leap, finding your purpose, business startups, planning, productivity, social media, wellness and self care.
Need to develop and implement a strategy to get your team better organised, on purpose, more focussed, skilled up and moving together in the right direction? Need a clear, practical, implementable plan for making your next move? We can do that with you.
We develop and deliver public and custom courses and workshops, specialising in content marketing, digital strategy, social media, planning, personal productivity, and wellness. Check out our ecourses: #ContentKin & The Time.
What the heck are blogs, hashtags, retweets, pins, selfies, check-ins, likes and circles? If you’re interested in understanding more about blogging and social media and how it can work for your business, let’s chat.
If you're looking for someone who actually enjoys public speaking, particularly to rooms full of curious, creative wholehearted types, about the topics of digital strategy, content marketing, social media (especially Instagram), productivity, planning and taking leaps, you're in luck.
Whip your content marketing strategy into shape with a fun, creative and practical half day worksop. Get your content marketing plans organised and ready for execution.
Elise Heslop was once a full-time financial services marketer with a penchant for languages and travel. Upping herself and her young family to live in Northern Italy was a leap four years in the making. And once there, her next leap idea emerged, and her high design, low tech furniture company Plyroom was born. One […]
We’ve all been caught in the messy middle. Where it all seems too hard, or we wonder how we’ll ever move beyond the current situation. Often we believe, whilst in the thick of it all, that there is no way out? When we do finally find ourselves on the other side, there is a bucket […]
I first remember spying Lynda Gardner when I was six month pregnant, standing on my stall at Camberwell Market, hocking off a framed pair of illustrated Balinese dancers that my Nan wanted to re-home. With her serious hive of black waves piled high and adorned with a silk flower, there was no mistaking Lynda in a […]