Renee September 2010Renee has donated 2 half-hour mentoring sessions to Mummy Mentoring Festival – supporting Share the Dignity. Click the link to read all about Mummy Mentoring Festival and Share the Dignity.

About Anxiety Solutions

Anxiety Solutions is a psychology practice treating anxiety, stress & depression.

About Renee

Renee Mill has worked as a clinical psychologist in private practice for over thirty years and is the owner of Anxiety Solutions CBT Psychology Practice, located in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. She has successfully treated hundreds of individuals, couples and families,
is a bestselling author and has appeared as an expert commentator on anxiety, depression and parenting for TODAY, The Morning Show, ABC Radio, news.com.au, BubHub and Essential Baby. Find out more about Renee at anxietysolutionscbt.com.

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Renee can mentor on

  1. Managing stress
  2. Conquering the fears that are holding you back
  3. Building confidence to be heard
  4. Forging successful relationships
  5. Overcoming procrastination

To win a mentoring session with Renee, you must purchase a $4 ticket at this link. One $4 ticket is worth one entry. To enter twice, purchase two tickets and so on. The winner/s of the mentoring session will be drawn on Sept 25 at 10pm.

You can donate as many times as you like to one mentor to increase your chances of winning. You can also donate to as many different mentors as you like. All funds raised go to Share the Dignity.

Winners will be announced on the MM FB page and also emailed directly.

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mummy mentoringRenée has donated 3 half-hour mentoring sessions to Mummy Mentoring Festival – supporting Share the Dignity. Click the link to read all about Mummy Mentoring Festival and Share the Dignity.

About Share Your Passion

Share Your Passion is all about empowering people to love what they do and do what they love. We specialise in working with coaches and thought leaders to channel your expertise and package it up in a way that delivers great results for your clients AND creates flexibility and freedom for you. When you get your work out there in a leveraged way, you can make an even bigger difference. You leverage your legacy.

About Renée

Renée Hasseldine, excels at cutting through the noise and frustration of both on and offline course design, effortlessly streamlining and packaging products with ease, yet with a cheekily fun and uniquely exciting approach. Her knack for extracting powerful ideas and transforming them into neat, inspired leveraged products is sheer genius.

Renée shares her signature 7 Stage process in her best-selling book ‘Share Your Passion’, she is the host of the ‘Leveraged and Loving It’ podcast and a panel member on The Business Playroom TV. She is also a regular contributor to both Smallville, an online business resource for small business owners and The Huffington Post.

Renée is passion personified. Be prepared for it. Be prepared to leave empowered.

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Renée can mentor on

  1. Business strategy
  2. Creating Courses and Programs
  3. Creating Leverage
  4. Packing Results NOT Time
  5. Business Incubation – Getting the Foundations in Place

To win a mentoring session with Renée, you must purchase a $4 ticket at this link. One $4 ticket is worth one entry. To enter twice, purchase two tickets and so on. The winner/s of the mentoring session will be drawn on Sept 25 at 10pm.

You can donate as many times as you like to one mentor to increase your chances of winning. You can also donate to as many different mentors as you like. All funds raised go to Share the Dignity.

Winners will be announced on the MM FB page and also emailed directly.

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Healthy foods that can boost your energy levelsFood provides us with nourishment and energy to get through the day. This means that we need to feed ourselves with the right foods so that we can offer our best selves in life and in business.

Sometimes when we are tired from a bad night’s sleep or a little exhausted from the week’s activities, we turn to food to provide that extra boost of energy that we are looking for.

Unfortunately, if there’s any chocolate, chips or treats around, we might find ourselves eating junk food that we wouldn’t usually eat! That’s why it’s good to have some healthier options on hand.

Here’s five winners to keep in your kitchen:
1. Bananas

Fast and effective for an energy boost, bananas are high in potassium and B vitamins, which assist with energy production. Eat on its own, or with some yoghurt and muesli for breakfast or a snack!

2. Nuts

Nuts contain healthy fats and protein that can help us to keep going during our day. They are a great afternoon snack. I suggest a small handful of unsalted almonds and cashews to give you that stamina you need to get through your afternoon well. If you’re a peanut butter fan, buy a 100% peanuts peanut butter and enjoy with celery.

3. Juices and smoothies

Juices or smoothies with a good quantity of greens are a great energy booster. Go for juices with as much green as you can handle, and chuck in some berries for added nutrition and yumminess. I would aim for a juice, but if you’re hungry and looking for something more filling, go for a smoothie. Just be sure to watch the ingredients going in and avoid the treat ingredients like chocolate or ice-cream! Aim for juices and smoothies made of 100% fruit and vegetables.

4. Eggs

Eggs are great sources of protein that are fantastic at breakfast, lunch, dinner or even as a snack. Go for boiled or poached at meal time along with a piece of wholemeal toast, or a hard-boiled egg as a mid-afternoon snack to keep you feeling full.

5. Leafy greens

Vegetables such as kale, spinach and some darker lettuce varieties (such as romaine lettuce) are high in calcium, iron and a range of vitamins. Incorporate into your juice or smoothie or alongside eggs at meal time. Or, pop some lettuce or baby spinach into your sandwich at lunch, or add some more leafy greens into your pasta dish.

Enjoy feeling nourished and energised!

 

healthy food to boost your energyKate Mackay, Invigorate Wellness

Kate Mackay is a food and wellbeing coach who loves seeing women thrive in their work and life through balancing priorities, building in simple healthy eating habits and getting creative with exercise.

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Want to create a vision board for your business but not sure where to start? Natalia of Inner Creative shares how vision boarding sets up your business for success, how to create the right type of vision board for you and so much more.

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This post brought to you by NordlifeMiramii office

Whether you’re taking over the world with your own start-up, or making the most of the trend towards increasingly flexible work arrangements, the home office is your space to get things done. Be it a private oasis, or background for your very busy-and-important live to air interviews with the BBC, bring your dream workspace to life with these six home office hacks and you’ll be counting the sleeps until Monday morning.

1.    50 shades of… paint

Make a statement and paint a wall in a different colour. Besides the effect that new paint has in refreshing a room, picking a new colour is your chance to set the tone for your office overhaul. Peaceful pastels or shades of grey can lighten and brighten a room significantly. Get pinning and work up a vision of your ideal home office. How does it look? Whether you’re dreaming of a simple and stylish Scandi sanctuary; or looking to make a luxe, monochromatic statement, a lick of new paint will go a long way towards setting the scene.

2.    Wall stickers: the office makeover in a packet

No time to get painty, but looking to instantly transform the feel of your home office? Wall stickers are your go-to choice for creating maximum personalisation with minimum fuss. Rock some monochrome dots or stars for graphic impact, especially on neutral walls. Space them out at regular intervals for some soothing pattern play, or mix it up with random placement for a quirky, creative vibe. Prefer some whimsy? Think outside the box and scope out kids’ wall decal lines – there are some surprisingly sophisticated ranges and graphics available. Look skyward for inspo like clouds, hot air balloons or raindrops. Look for clean, minimalist designs in neutral colours like greys or pastels to style this look.

Miramii Wall Stickers 3.    Get back to nature with office plants

Liven your home office up by bringing in plants. Lush greenery adds life and colour to your space. No, not those miserable excuses for office plants from days of old – pick something gorgeous and glossy. Some on-trend picks are a gorgeous monstera or fiddle leaf fig.

Bold Tuesday World Map

Or consider putting your plants to work and call in some recs from NASA…. yep, NASA. Back in the 80s, NASA studied the effectiveness of various indoor plants in removing common toxins from the air. Take a leaf out of NASA’s textbook and make the most of the health benefits of plants. For some serious nerd-cred, you could review the NASA study here… or if 30 pages of heavily referenced, super-sciencey plant chat is not on your to-do list today, lovethegarden.com have published an absolute gem of an infographic that breaks down the findings of the study. View here to find your perfect air cleaning plant.

4.    Wall and art prints

Nothing quite illustrates your personal style like the art that you hang on the walls of your home. And it’s the same for your office – look for something that inspires you in your work and your life. Maybe it’s a world map showing your travels to date, or even better, travels that are soon to be had. Let’s face it – we still hunger for holidays, even in perfectly spruced home offices. Maybe it’s beautifully lettered inspirational quotes, or some beautiful black and white family photos. Let your office walls become your own little gallery of what inspires and delights you. Change your pieces occasionally to match your aspirations and passions and become the curator of your own exhibition of happiness.

Bold Tuesday wall prints

5. Decorate with a few well-chosen accent pieces

With the bones of your now absurdly attractive home office in place, you can pat yourself on the back for a design job well done and pause to consider the finishing touches. What will really make the space yours? Celebrate your office overhaul with a celebratory spot of online shopping (hooray!) to track down a few little pieces that you truly adore, or carefully place a few existing sentimental objects. Bring joy to your space by selecting a few objects that speak to you. Whether it’s tiny potted succulents or cacti, some beautiful ceramics, or sentimental framed photos, these are the finishing touches to make your new office feel like home (but even better).

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Elina Peedoson is a founder and manager of Nordlife – an Australian online boutique selling Scandinavian designers’ kids products – everything from clothes and dinnerware to bedding and nursery decor – and homewares.

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