At Fempire we are passionate about helping women find balance in their lives while building businesses that they love. And when the opportunity to take on some talented young interns at Fempire HQ arose, we were all for it! So what’s it like being an intern at Fempire? We asked…
When you run your own business, everything falls to you, and it can seem almost impossible to switch off and just enjoy yourself without worrying about what’s going to go wrong, or feeling guilty for not working 24/7.
But it’s important that you do take time to destress and recharge.
And whether that’s during the Christmas break or any other time of the year, there are things that you can do to ensure that your time off is as stress free as possible.
Marnie recently had the opportunity to chat with one of our Fempreneur graduates, and founder of JLKeez Anorexia Unlocked, JL Keez. With the central purpose of using her past experiences to help others, JL weaves her story into her programs so clients may use this to heal from their pasts and their eating disorders.
What’s better than having the support and resources of one amazing female-focused brand? Having the support of two, of course! It’s been in the works for a while, but we are finally ready to announce that we’ve teamed up with change-making women at the RRR Network to bring some of Fempire’s resources and support to women who live in regional WA.
Did you know that Fempire is a franchise? After running a successful coaching business for several years, Marnie found that there was a high demand for business coaches who understood women and how to deal with the unique issues they face in business. And she realised that in order to help support more businesswomen, she would need to build a system that supported female business coaches, and Fempire and the Fempire Coaching Franchise was born!
Marnie recently had the opportunity to chat with one of our Fempreneur graduates, and founder of Our Gifted Kids Sophia Elliott. They understand that gifted children are often misunderstood and that their needs are not being properly met within the current educational system.