By Wendy Moore
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What has been your biggest challenge in business and how did you overcome it?
For me so far, the biggest step has been to take the leap of faith and commit to making my business work.
I have dabbled in various businesses previously, but this time I have been working hard to plan each step along the way and get the right advice.
If you had to start your business again from scratch, what would you do differently?
It has been a journey and continues to be a learnign journey, but probably I would not have changed anything as I have learnt such a lot along the way.
Who do you admire and why?
Recently, I heard Peter Alexander and Alla Wolf Tasker speak, and admired, and was inspired by their determination and perserverance.
If takes a lot of determination and dedication to succeed in business. What keeps you motivated?
The desire to create, interact with a range of people and do something that supports and assists many people.
What are your 3 biggest success tips?
Susan Jeffers wrote..."Feel the fear and do it anyway"....each day I learn something about myself and others ...its fantastic!
Be true to myself...what you see is what your get.
Don't be afraid to ask for help if you need it.
Be positive and optimistic, everything happens for a reason.
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Your Time Matters is a Melbourne-based assistance service founded by passionate problem solver Kerryn Powell. More than just a professional organiser, it is a practical problem solving partner across many facets of busy everyday life. At home or in the office, we're quite literally the extra pair of hands you need whenever and wherever you need it most.
Your Time Matters helps a wide variety of people take charge of their time - from small business operators and professional individuals, to time-poor couples and busy, growing families. With our casual, "one-off" or short term assistance and support, you can trust and rely on us to handle your time-consuming, important and often urgent matters.
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With over 15 years experience in the Information technology industry, Wendy now educates, empowers and inspires others and
says, "It's all about education and gaining from other's experiences. I'm passionate about showing business owners and
entrepreneurs how to get in front of an audience that wants to buy what they are selling."
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