Women in Business Regional Network gain strength together at Victor Harbor dinner

INCLUSIVE: Jessica Brodey, Kerryn Shaw with at back, Leanne Reynolds, guest speaker Cathy Domoney and Julie Irwin at the Women's Business Regional Network dinner held in Victor Habror.
INCLUSIVE: Jessica Brodey, Kerryn Shaw with at back, Leanne Reynolds, guest speaker Cathy Domoney and Julie Irwin at the Women's Business Regional Network dinner held in Victor Habror.

'Clear up your thoughts and you will gain strength and positive outcomes' was the message for the Women in Business Regional Network at a dinner in Victor Harbor on Monday, May 13.

The guest speaker was Mount Compass businesswoman, author and life coach Cathy Domoney, who assists clients throughout the world to better utilise their thinking and minds for both personal and business success.

It was one of the largest crowds for a network dinner and the feedback was that many in the room could already see how they could change their thinking processes. Cathy encouraged the women to rid their mind of unhelpful thoughts; to stop thinking the worst case scenario; and to seek out the possibilities rather than seeing obstacles.

The women were encouraged to go away and identify what was toxic in their life and thoughts, to connect with themselves and to start using their voice (both inner and outer) to draw personal power.

A number of tools were mentioned that could assist in life redesigning, including vision boards, desire statements, visualisations and affirmations.

NETWORK: Rommie Corso, Shirley Sunter, Hazel Wainwright and Karen Green.

NETWORK: Rommie Corso, Shirley Sunter, Hazel Wainwright and Karen Green.

The next Victor Harbor function for the Women in Business Regional Network will be a lunch on Wednesday, June 12, at the Hotel Crown when Graeme Jameson from Fleurieu & Hills Insurance will speak on the ins and outs of business insurance.

Bookings are essential through Eventbrite.com.au. For more information phone Network founder Carolyn Jeffrey on 0435 432 203 or visit the website wibnetwork.com.au

CLEARING THE MIND: Chris McRae, Stephanie Altus, Joanne Lukehurst, guest speaker Cathy Domoney with, at front, Rosanna Russo and Alyonna Dhillon.

CLEARING THE MIND: Chris McRae, Stephanie Altus, Joanne Lukehurst, guest speaker Cathy Domoney with, at front, Rosanna Russo and Alyonna Dhillon.

Also at the dinner Cathy said "we have to change the way we think and the actions we take".

"With businesswomen often juggling a number of roles, including that of mother and wife, it was also important for women to set boundaries, and to accept it's okay to say no to some people or pathways; to say yes to opportunities or to say nothing at all and just nod in some instances," Cathy said.

Through telling the story of Portia Nelson: An Autobiography in Five Chapters, Cathy was also able to simply demonstrate that if the same thing is done over and over and thinking the same thoughts repeatedly then you can't expect to get a different or better outcome.

The next dinner will be on Thursday, June 27, at the Hotel Crown when network founder Carolyn Jeffrey will give a presentation on how to get noticed in Google searches, even if you don't have a website.

You don't have to be a member to attend the network's events. They welcome business owners, managers, employees and those dreaming of owning their own business.

Jen Binney, Karen Preston and Christine Taylor at the Women's Business Regional Network.

Jen Binney, Karen Preston and Christine Taylor at the Women's Business Regional Network.

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