3 Key Online Marketing Questions for Baby Business Owners

3 Key Online Marketing Questions for Baby Business Owners

This week has been another crazy week of firsts.  It’s been exciting, exhilarating…and a little bit exhausting, but that’s okay. I was extremely honoured this week to have been invited to talk on stage at Kings College University Hospital in front of a group of student midwives and birth professionals.  It was one of the many events across the world celebrating the International Day of The Midwife. It wasn’t until the week before that I found out that I would be sharing the stage with...
Does Your Business Need a Confidence Boost?

Does Your Business Need a Confidence Boost?

Feeling confident in yourself and your abilities is one of the key factors that will determine your success in business.  As a pre and postnatal specialist not only do you need to be confident about your ability to deliver your message and content to your clients.  You also need to feel confident about marketing, sales, networking on and offline and a whole lot more when it comes to creating a business that helps you make more than bare minimum. So here’s a little helping hand to get you back...
5 Things You Need to Know About Being in Business During Your First 12 Months

5 Things You Need to Know About Being in Business During Your First 12 Months

From a tax perspective in July I officially hit my second year of business, however, I didn’t actively start marketing and calling myself at that point a hypnobirthing practitioner until November.  So that’s when I feel I hit the two year mark as a fully-fledged business owner who was truly going it alone. Whilst I’ve always had an entrepreneurial streak, the learning curve since stepping out from the security of a monthly wage has been a steep one. Although, I’ve loved most of it...

Seeing the Morcambe Bay Midwives as Representative of the Natural Childbirth Movement is Like Saying the Taliban Typifies Islam

I need to begin this post by sharing my devastation at the findings of the investigation into the deaths of the mothers and babies at the Furness General Hospital. I am in awe of the strength and courage of the families who were prepared to fight for their right to hear the truth, surrounding the systematic failures that led to the loss of their loved ones. The report makes a damming and difficult read. These deaths should not have happened and we can only hope we are now in the position to...

Lessons From The Baby Show

I am fortunate enough to be finally catching up with life after attending my first exhibition, as an exhibitor, representing my own company.  It’s not the first time I have ever attended a show like this, in the past I have done travel expos, magazines, villas, so the whole set up is something I’m familiar with. So, to say I was nervous about attending The Baby Show at The Excel Centre, was a little bit of an understatement.  Why? Because in the past attending shows like this has been my own...

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