Thursday , 19 October 2017

Tag Archives: rural

Replacing ‘Sorry’ With Thank You: Positive Patience

thank you for your patience

“Thank you for your patience” has been a more common expression these days, replacing the “Sorry for the Wait”, which probably aggravated a few people over time. The Macquarie Dictionary says ‘Patience’ is ‘calm and uncomplaining endurance’. It is to have a sense of ‘calmness in waiting; have patience a little longer’. When we use the word ‘sorry’ it is ... Read More »

On Life Is Hard


We live into our landscape. Our beliefs are borne from our environment and they drive our thoughts which in turn move our words and motivate our actions. “We create by thoughts, deeds, actions” Neale Donald Walsh In rural Australia we live and breathe the boom and bust. It’s in our land and it’s in our language. “It never rains but it ... Read More »

Defining Success: Unleashing THE Entrepreneur

Co-founder of THE Rural Woman Rebel Black speaks with Bianca Board of Web 123 . Bianca’s entrepreneurial roots run very rural, with her first businesses emerging in the NSW regional city of Wagga Wagga. From there she has grown serious wings and now has a global business that supports and empowers entrepreneurs to take control of the every changing online environment and ... Read More »

Embracing A Zeal For Self

Felicity Wischer Zeal Podcast

Co-Founder of THE Rural Woman Rebel Black speaks with Felicity Wischer about Zeal. Together they explore questions including: – zeal is described as “great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an objective”what do you have zeal for? – how has zeal helped you through tough times? – how can you find zeal…if you lose it or haven’t ... Read More »

Get Real: Personal Accountability & Business Growth

get real

I live in a country town. If you say you are going to do something – the simple fact is, you do it. The way that word gets around (a bit like Chinese whispers but super fast) can be dangerous. Your word is your bond. Your word is your reputation. You are accountable to it. This was the lesson I ... Read More »

Truth In Storytelling

Truth in Storytelling

In this edition of THE Rural Woman Conversations and Connections; THE Rural Woman Co-Founder Rebel Black speaks with Jennifer Thompson, a story seeker who supports people to find their voice and be heard. Jennifer and Rebel dive into the topic of truth, using story telling as a guide. Jennifer combines Strengths Based Community Development with Narrative Therapy and Digital Story telling ... Read More »

It’ll Come To Pass – Jess Ribeiro and The Bone Collectors

A beautiful piece by Jess Ribeiro and The Bone Collectors When Jess Ribeiro unofficially released her debut album” My Little River” in Darwin she didn’t think that by the following year it would be acknowledged nationally, re-released and become an AIR (Australian Independent Recordings) award winning album, ABC Radio National Album of the year, and also a finalist in the ... Read More »

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