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YMag

January 2019

YMag is a professional magazine for female business owners, empowering women to become the best version of themselves. We believe that behind every incredible entrepreneur, is an inner drive. We like to call it your Y… We believe that YMag truly harnesses that special energy, captivated within the stories we feature in our printed magazine. Our powerful, inspirational, educational, yet strongly ‘on purpose’ articles and stories, are aimed to target the most savviest, switched-on and heart centered female entrepreneurs in existence.

Land:
Australia
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Sharanis Lifestyle Group Pty Ltd
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IN DIESER AUSGABE

3 Min.
self-care ceo letter

This issue’s theme is self-care, and you will notice the subtle undercurrent behind many of the articles and images to help remind you that you need to nurture ‘you’ this year. Because YOU are very important to us and those that love you! We are pretty darn excited as well to reveal our incredible ‘Top 10 Women to Watch in 2019’ list and boy are they amazing! We have such a diverse range of ladies that we very carefully selected, as we wanted to ensure we had enough variety so that many of our readers could relate to them. From mining to marketing, corporate training to disability and everything in between, these women will be creating a trail of success behind them this year and we will be there to watch…

2 Min.
yise ones

“YMag® is a crucially important platform to share her knowledge and to help people find their ‘Y’ in their marketing practices.” Nicole Heales FINANCIAL ADVISER Nicole couldn’t find an adviser who spoke to her in a language she could understand, so she studied and became the adviser she was looking for. Nicole is excited to be included in YMag® as she is passionate about teaching women to be clever with money so they can relax and enjoy their lives. Nicole is one of the Power50 – 50 Most Influential Advisers in Australia – and has been named as a finalist for the following over the past two years: Female Excellence in Advice; Financial Adviser of the Year; Holistic Adviser of the Year; and Industry Thought Leader of the Year. Amanda Stevens CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE EXPERT As one of the…

3 Min.
you’ve got ymail

So grateful for this magazine. I’m always excited to find the new one on the shelf at my local newsagent. - TREENA MULLER Someone found their Nana at the support magazine shop. - LAUREN-GRACE DYLAN SEAN It’s a WIN WIN day for me! I got the amazing YMag® and the winning Powerball ticket today! Sydney thinks so too. - NATASHA WAGNER I love YMag® because of the Inspiring energy it brings to me. It helps me feel empowered and grateful for the amazing humans we have making a difference in our world. Thank you YMag® for keeping it real. - BEC MCMILLAN Y… I love how completely inspiring it is for entrepreneurs, so many great stories. I particularly loved reading the pages with the inspo quotes. On days you need a lift, you can flick back to them. -…

7 Min.
vanessa ogden-moss

“When I am on my death bed the only thing that will matter is that my children can say that I was a great mum and that they are happy.” Vanessa Ogden-Moss doesn’t beat around the bush. She says it like it is – and promises to get you 20 to 30 ideal client leads for your business each and every month without you having to spend money on Facebook ads or other costly marketing efforts. She promises to help you grow your business with a zero ad spend, by finding a consistent source of qualified leads – essential to building any business. Vanessa has perfected a lead generation system that guarantees a regular flow of potential clients for your business to help you grow fast. There is no complicated funnel to…

4 Min.
how much is your complacency costing you?

CREDIT CARDS If you can’t afford to pay off your credit card in full each month, you are living beyond your means. You need to take a serious look at how you are spending and reduce all unnecessary spending until your credit card debt is under control. Consolidate your debt to a low or no interest rate credit card and pay it off in full. Stop using credit and get a debit card instead. Getting rid of credit card debt should be your number one priority. BANK ACCOUNTS Do you have a whole lot of bank accounts that don’t pay interest and are costing you money? Consolidate your accounts and don’t waste your hard-earned money on unnecessary bank fees. MORTGAGES When was the last time you reviewed your mortgage? Speak to a mortgage broker and…

4 Min.
what 8 weeks in hospital taught me about the customer experience

With a growing to-do list and time ticking, I got up to have a shower and get into the day. Without going into too much detail about what happened next, it became apparent that my waters had broken. At 29 weeks, this was far from ideal. I went straight to my local hospital on the Sunshine Coast and was promptly rushed to the Royal Brisbane Hospital, where a specialist obstetric team got to work on delaying my labour and treating me with steroids to fast-track the development of the baby’s lungs, which is the major concern with a baby born under 30 weeks gestation. My husband and I were told that the most probable outcome would be an emergency caesarean within 48 hours, but if they were able to delay labour…