Rock Your Goals

Rock Your Goals is an interview series with inspiring entrepreneurs and business owners where we share tips, truths and tools to help you build a business you love, that loves you back, without going broke or burning out in the process. We blend practical business information with mindset, motivation and self-care to help you live your dreams and Rock Your Goals and our mission is to create community through conversation. Think of it like being at your favourite cafe and overhearing a really juicy conversation that you want to pull up a chair and be a part of. Well, you know what my friend? Pour yourself a cuppa, get comfy and come and join the conversation.
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Jan 23, 2016

Today I’m talking with Virtual Assistant extraordinaire Tahlia Meredith.

We’re talking about how to make networking and marketing easy, why you don’t need the perfect elevator pitch to win people over and the secret tip about scheduling that no one tells you.

Tahlia shares a tonne of amazing tips, tools and tech to help you lower your stress levels and totally max out your productivity, plus we’re helping you own your inbox and we’re talking about why having a life away from the computer is one of the most important things you can do to build your business.

Tahlia is an absolute productivity maven and there are so many awesome tips in today’s episode that are going to help you rock your business.

Plus I’ve got a super sweet freebie for you, so make sure you head on over to and claim your free 10 page guide to owning your inbox.

I hope you love today’s episode, and if you are loving rock your goals be sure to leave a review on iTunes or Stitcher.

Jan 16, 2016

Today I’m talking with mindfulness mentor, blogger, coach and host of the Mindful Kind, Rachael Kable about goal setting, getting aligned, beating procrastination and blazing your own trail.

Rachael shares some of her personal mindfulness practises to help you keep your balance while you build a business, and we're renaming the niche to something so much sweeter.

You'll find all the extra resources and information from this episode in the show notes at and if you're enjoying Rock Your Goals the podcast, subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher so you don't miss an episode.


Jan 10, 2016

Today I’m talking with the gorgeous Suzanne Chadwick from The Connection Exchange. Suze is a business coach, a branding maven and a total strategy geek, and she owns the heck out of it.  Suze is amazing at what she does.  I adore her and I absolutely love talking with her.


Today we’re talking about everything from getting clear on your vision, creating a brand around you and your story, ditching comparison, finding your people and giving it a red hot dip.


There's so much juicy goodness in today’s episode, and be sure to listen out for the blooper.  It was too funny to edit out and seriously, it's so completely what this podcast is all about. It’s real stories, real conversations and real advice from real people about real world business. 

I really hope you enjoy the episode. We’re going to have some laughs, we’re going to have some fun, and there’s going to be some fantastic tips in there for you.

Jan 3, 2016

In this episode writer, entrepreneur and charity advocate, Roxanne Ford, of Baby Mamas, talks about balancing motherhood and business.

Rox became a mum at 20 and experienced first hand the judgement and lack of support available.  She vowed to change that and created Baby Mamas - an online community created to inspire, inform and support young mums around the globe.

In this episode we talk about the beauty of figuring things out as you go, why done is better than perfect and how celebrating yourself every step of the way can help maintain your momentum.

We also tap into mindset tips to help you get started in your business, plus Rox shares her wisdom on mummy guilt and how she's built a thriving online empire based on kindness and generosity.

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