What would winning an international business award mean to you? A lot? Well here's your chance!
There are two important entry deadlines next week so we're reaching out to make sure you know about them! Read More
Our director featured on New Zealand TV show, Good Morning this week and shared some helpful tips on how to stay tech savvy when it comes to your kids. Check the short 7 minute clip out below. Read More
It's relentless being a business owner. And then there's crazy people like me who decide to run three businesses simultaneously (thecreativecollective.com.au, thetrainingcollective.com.au and awardshub.com), and have 2 kids, and write a book (nokidding.com.au) and do a heap of speaking and promotion around that.
It's all fun and games... until your mojo starts running a bit low. And when you're the captain of a decently sized ship, the journey must continue. But how do you go on if you're running low on fuel. How do you rally the troops when you could do with a little rallying yourself?
Yes I'm being blatantly honest and sharing that even I have low vibe days, and sometimes feel like I've lost my mojo.
But what's important to discuss here is not about losing it, but how to get it back, and quick!
Everybody is different and that's what makes the world such a wonderful place.
But I figure if I share what works for me, it might be helpful to you if you find yourself in the same predicament. So here's six things that tend to work for me when my feet are dragging:
1. Go search some motivational quotes on the internet or on Pinterest - whether you've used it before or not, do yourself a favour and head over to pinterest. Type into the search bar 'quotes' or 'motivational quotes' or any other combinations of keywords and scroll through until you find a quote which resonates with you. Look at it. Stare at it. Make it your screensaver or wallpaper. Share it. Just connect with it. Or, create your own! I love using Wordswag or Over to make mine on my iPhone. Sometimes getting the creative juices going is therapy in itself. Read More
Continuing on their quest to find people in need of digital skills, Sunshine Coast based company The Training Collective (sister company of The Creative Collective) is on the look out for deserving people to sponsor into their hugely successful Get Up To Speed program, aimed at equipping people with digital skills. Read More
Recently we hired someone to take over a maternity period with our sister company The Training Collective. Read More