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Building a business can feel like a challenge. That's why we created this platform, community, magazine and membership, so that no matter where you are, you are never alone here. With a team of thirteen expert voices across six countries, each with a specialist area of expertise, we've got you covered from startup to CEO. Are you ready?
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Welcome to The Female CEO - Create Evolve Overcome, I'm so happy you're here! This space was created just for you, to help you grow while building a thriving, connected and successful business without losing yourself in the process and actually enjoying yourself (yes, it is possible!).
Come on into our corner of the internet and take a look around. Everything you see here was created just for you. We don't overcomplicate or overwhelm, our strategies and advice are tried, tested, streamlined and brought to you to ensure success in the most direct and fun way possible. We offer support and guidance through regular business based articles, a monthly free entrepreneurial magazine, an inspirational community-based Facebook group, spotlight interviews with passionate people from across the world and non-work spaces dedicated to enjoying the journey.
We have style, confidence, spiritual and physical wellbeing, meditation and personal development as well as our membership community for when you're ready to step up your game and gain some brand new biz besties!
You need a strong foundation to build a stable business, so we always start with your wellbeing in mind. In The Retreat section of the blog you'll find a wealth of information relating to psychological, mental and physical health. In The Workroom section of the blog, you'll find the practical business-related articles for getting it done. The beauty is always in the balance.
I am a firm believer that remarkable things happen when we come together in solidarity, and that's what this space is all about – community-driven empowerment and world-changing ideas.
Meet Tricia Scott - Founder & Editor of The Female CEO & Create Evolve Overcome Coaching
I'm Tricia – speaker, editor, author, certified coach and eternal entrepreneur. If I'm not at my desk, I can usually be found at the beach writing, listening to podcasts and dreaming up new ideas. I drink a lot of coffee, and I always have sunglasses in my hair (which changes colour weekly).
Between my role as a startup business coach and climbing the corporate ladder from Data Input Assistant to Company Director in one of the largest Estate Agencies in my city, I've learned more than a bit about balance and the power of the collective. I know anything is possible for you, and I'm on a mission to help you live the life you have been dreaming of.
If you're ready to shake things up, shed the old and live the life you've always wanted, whatever that looks like, you've come to the right place.
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Inspired by our brilliant community group members we have created a free CEO GIRLBOSS PLAYLIST just for you.
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5 Ways to Handle Constructive Criticism
Ah, criticism, my favourite! Says no one ever.
Constructive criticism can be a tough pill to swallow, but like most things, it's all about how we handle it. The truth is that constructive criticism can actually have real value to our professional development, but how do we learn to receive it in its intended spirit? To make us better and not bitter.
Download our five tips to handle the encounter with professional grace.