“Sometimes being invisible is dismissed as something that's not really a big deal but it can have massive mental health ramifications.Read More
I believe that all things – emotion included – are energy. Sometimes things happen and it’s perfectly okay to curl up on the lounge and have a cry... The important thing to remember is that whatever the emotion, it can be fuel for whatever you direct it at.Read More
When I first started my business, my fourth baby was just 8 weeks old. I really did think I could do it all - I was enthusiastic and excited. After 6 months into it, my core friendships broke down and I became the subject of some fairly nasty adult bullying.Read More
VoeurnChea, is from a Cambodian name. It is an amalgamation of names of my late Grandfather, who I wish I’d had the chance to have spent more time with, and my late Father who passed away when I was only three years old. Unfortunately, I don’t have even a photograph of him. I want to be reminded of my heritage. VoeurnChea is a constant reminder to always do my best and make them proud.Read More
I was at a pivotal point in my career, about to embark on a 5-year accounting degree simply because I felt like it was what I "should" be doing.Read More
The person I am in my personal life, is the person I am in my business life. I will not sugar-coat things to get a sale, I will always be honest with my clients about exactly what they can expect from me, and what I can do for them. And I will always be having fun while doing it.Read More
One of the greatest gifts in life is to be surrounded by people who believe in you and spur you on to success. I've had many conversations over the years with some amazing people - usually glass of wine in hand - about the things we're most passionate about and how significant collaboration and creative thinking is to success.Read More
Always be true to you core beliefs... Strive to keep your business in line with this purpose – not only will it continue to grow but you will remain passionate about it.Read More
Three philosophies I swear by to build a successful business are:
1. Invest in building meaningful business relationships.
2. Maintain a passion for ‘my why’ and knowing the value of my work.
3. Have unwavering self-belief in myself and in my work.Read More
"Back yourself 100%, don’t have any doubts that it will work, have a strong and reliable team that is passionate about the growing the business as you are. Get out into the community, utilise social media and be true to yourself and your vision."Read More