A DIFFERENT COMMUNITY
A DIFFERENT COMMUNITY
'Solidarity, strength, support, success. Brilliant conversation and high energy...I'm so excited about this community...this is just the beginning of something that'll rock the foundations of women's networking in the best way. It's special. It's fresh. It's what we've been waiting for.'
Taz Thornton - Super Soul Coach & Speaker
I've been in various networking groups where at best it’s plastering on a fake smile and schmoozing with folk who just aren’t on the same wavelength. At worst, I’ve felt like I’ve had to tread on eggshells, put on a show and be on my best behaviour.
These days I’m so over making do with things that don’t serve me or fill my cup. Life is too short to be miserable. Which is why I created my super supportive FAB Business Club.
It’s for women in business who are resilient and strong. Like me, they might’ve dimmed their light at times in the fear of being ‘too’ something - too confident, too assertive, too bossy...in order to fit in.
This community is really special. It's got the most amazing vibe going on. It’s a safe space where you can metaphorically fling off your bra. It’s women empowering women and providing a circle of support because being in business can be a lonely place.
It's a supportive business network with personal development and a heart centred vibe at the core of the community – no pressured referrals or other stuff you don’t like about networking. It’s birds of a feather networking and growing their businesses together, sharing collective wisdom, a place to thrive and celebrate camaraderie. It’s a space where you feel like you have come home.
We have monthly meetings, online and face to face events. Your first meeting is free, hit me up for a complimentary 'Golden Ticket' to see if we're a good fit.
The paid membership includes an option to upgrade your networking to include personal style and brand mentoring with me. There's also free FB group if you’re not ready to invest just yet. Come and join in the conversation.
‘If you find yourself having to tiptoe around you are not walking amongst your tribe.’