Fembuiz Featured


Fembuiz featured


Fembuiz featured is for us to further introduce amazing women listed in our directory, delving a little bit further into their business and lives to inspire and support others because creating a business is not easy but easier for some.  This gives our members another opportunity to reach out and connect with our readers and share their amazing journey, knowledge, celebrate success or mention an upcoming launch.

Here in our blog, we may also publish any Fembuiz news that may be valuable for our newsletter followers, our blogs are sent automatically when we post so they can be updated instantly.

TEDx Power talks for business women

These inspiring power talks for businesswomen by women will help to show you the only person you should compare yourself with is yourself, with who you were yesterday or years before, most of the time we are comparing ourselves with others, their perceived success and with what is perfect, and let’s not forget those walls you once built, limiting beliefs and your self-sabotage.

These TEDx talks are powerful and they are helping to shape the world and provide positive insights for us all, these can help to reset the mind, so when you have a few minutes or an afternoon to sit back, watch and listen and get remotivated.

I have collected a series of power talks from women about being mentally strong, whistle-blowers, digital rights, your life’s purpose, connecting with your passion, unlocking your authentic career and building resilience, from personal experiences from these women.


1. The secret of becoming mentally strong – Amy Morin

  • Becoming mentally strong
  • Coping with life-changing events after life-changing events
  • How your thinking can hold you back
  • Retraining your brain
  • Focusing on one little bad habit at a time
  • Find and change your limiting beliefs one a time, by starting with just one

Duration: 15:01


2. Why do we hate whistle-blowers? – Kelly Richmond Pope

  • Why do they get fired?
  • Are they fraudulent?
  • How they can make a positive impact?
  • Whistle-blowing blogs, getting death threats and being sued
  • Investigating and collecting evidence
  • Fairness over fame, the drive to come forward
  • Being hopeful, committed, humble and brave
  • The domino effect, shaping history
  • Name-calling a Whistle-blower

Duration: 13:26


3. Digital Rights: Why we deserve a free and fair internet – Priscilla Chomba

  • The fate of not having digital access
  • How do those without the internet cope with the pandemic and other health issues?
  • 2 billion people are affected globally and don’t have access, we need their voices
  • The internet has the power to connect the world even more
  • Give more people the right to learn
  • We need government and development partners
  • The poor are being left behind
  • Long-term improvement, how can you contribute?

Duration: 9:49

4. The shocking truth about finding your life purpose – Nikki van Schyndel

  • Wanting to make a difference in the world
  • Underestimating the mind of a child
  • Pushing and shoving your way to success and your meaningful life purpose
  • Not knowing where you belong, defying your fears, becoming fearless and refusing to obey your fears
  • The true meaning of “life’s purpose”
  • Becoming your greatest self
  • Fears are a call to adventure and wonder

Duration: 14:35

5. Connect to Your passion by paying attention to the Whisper – Adriana Girdler

  • Organising, planning, vision boards and statements, is it enough?
  • Deep information, the power of art and vision
  • Going further inwards, analysing yourself and empowering yourself
  • The power of saying “Yes” and “No”, adding colour to your visual vision statement
  • Breaking the, “but….”, bleep, bleep da bleep… creating your own theme song
  • Listening to the whisper
  • How many times have you said “No” to opportunities?
  • “Ah-Ha” moments

Duration: 16:44

6. Three questions to unlock your authentic career – Ashley Stahl

  • How holding a gun in the workplace reshaped my identity
  • What do people tell you what you’re good at?
  • Are you overlooking your natural skills and talent?
  • Your repeat offending thoughts
  • Pay attention to your fears so you can rise above them
  • Opening your emotional backpack
  • Communicate like a pro

Duration: 9:52

7. How to thrive in an Era of uncertainty – Genevieve Searle

  • Dancing through pain and celebrating passed existence
  • Loss of freedom and dealing with chaos
  • Fight, flight and freeze, they’re not wrong
  • Creative thinking and opening up your world
  • Changing your world without leaving your bedroom
  • Endurance exercise, how dancing can be therapeutic and life-changing
  • You are the one you’re waiting for

Duration: 11:39


8. How to build resilience as your superpower – Denise Mai

  • My first 50 dollar note
  • I blew off the corporate world for Real Estate Entrepreneurism
  • Resilience is more than a skill that can be taught overtime
  • Change your perspective, circumstances and reframe
  • Choose your response and your reaction
  • Action your dream

Duration: 11:54


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memberships and groups

Fembuiz DirectoryWe are currently restructuring our Fembuiz memberships and groups.

Our private Fembuiz members only Facebook group will soon close.
The good news is our large group with 7000+ business women across Australia is available for you to post in.
For members to post in this group you must now be a member and have your business listed in our directory at fembuiz.com.au
You can submit your posts to our audience, then you will need to wait for approval.
So, if you’re not in the group already please jump over to “Women in Business – Australia” and join us there.
The current structure is not sustainable, therefore I am acting on immediate changes, starting with restructuring our Fembuiz memberships and groups.
Our story
I would like to thank everyone for your support this far with the Fembuiz journey. 
Anyone with a current business listing and membership, your membership will remain as a founding member for next 12 months, then will require renewal with the new membership offers.
Warm regards
Rebecca Bekkers

Have you ever wondered where you could find someone to help boost your career as an assistant? Or how to find a great assistant with support?  We all know two heads are better than one.

Megan Haigh gathered her years of experience with being an Executive Assistant and stepped into her own business, as the EA landscape changes, these roles are now taking on more responsibility with very little help on how to guide them, so Megan launched a recruitment, coaching and training business called “Executive Entourage” based in Sydney, NSW, which helps Executives find the right Assistant for their business needs across Australia, not just what they need now, but also what they may need in the future, by working with the Executive and business to create the description to help find a successful candidate.

By also reaching out to the Assistants to find where they currently are in their career, help and direct them with their career ambitions to find them the best role for the next stage of their career and provide training to help them get there.

The relationship between the Executive and the Assistant is important for the business and we want to make sure that this will be a strong and long-lasting relationship that will help the business and their careers thrive by working alongside an award-winning C Suite Executive Assistant in Australia and APAC region with 20+ years of experience.

“Executive Entourage provides networking and collaboration opportunities for Executive Assistants, Personal Assistants and Virtual Assistants who are dedicated to achieving their goals and meeting other like-minded individuals in the industry.

The Executive Entourage EA Network is a free network for Assistants globally to collaborate in a safe environment. It is a support network for career and personal growth and is full of tactics, insights and inspiration. Assistants are encouraged to ask questions or advice from other Assistants to gain support in their everyday role and career.”

Megan says, “I am so lucky that I have a wide variety of experience as an EA and running businesses for Executives, multi-tasking became my speciality with having experience in all different areas of business to draw from”.

Megan Haigh

Megan Haigh

When Megan isn’t working in her home office she leads an active and recreational lifestyle with the love of the outdoors, from playing soccer to skiing or mountain bike riding, walking her large soft and fluffy dog “Sully” the Alaskan Malamute with her Husband and son.


A note from Megan – For anyone wanting to take the leap to start their own business, as my main support person (husband) says “You will never know if you don’t try”.  

I was one of those that feared taking that initial leap, I started with collecting research, finding an available business name, registering it and trademarking it, after that nothing could hold me back, I was like a freight train, now I get a new sense of pride and purpose with my unique offering, just follow your intuition and your heart, give it a try, if you don’t you will never know.

My favourite quote is, “Failure is not the opposite of success; it’s part of success”. ~ Arianna Huffington.”

Click to Visit Megan’s Fembuiz listing and connect with her.


Brought to you by Rebecca Bennett frim Fembuiz Directory – fembuiz.com.au

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Petals Florist Network

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I love finding out about the woman behind the business, going further than “the picture speaks 1000 words” and speaking to them, by finding out more about how they have become the amazing lady that they are, how they got to be where they are now, then creating a story from their journey to post on my website.

It is so easy for women to feel trapped in their daily jobs, not only going to work but all those dreaded house chores that never seem to end, and/or helping kids with homework or running them to school or out of school activities.

How have some women broken themselves free from that feeling of groundhog day?



Or even better, that feeling of abundance that so many of us dream of.

Taking a moment out to find out exactly what they do and what their lives involve, every business is completely different because behind the business is a unique woman who is self-motivated and once took that big leap into creating something of their own.

Love, desire and passion drove them to chase their dreams, fulfilment and purpose.

I “Rebecca” like to delve into the other areas of their lives and get tips from the members and guests for followers so they don’t feel alone and feel as though they can connect with our members listed in the directory.


Rebecca Bennett – fembuiz.com.au


Hi everyone, Swati here. A mumpreneur based in Melbourne 🙂

Before I introduce myself, I’d request you to do a small visualisation exercise with me.

If you could, visualise your 70th birthday bash, where you’re surrounded with those who care for you and as everyone has a turn to share something about you – what do you hear them say?

Are they talking about your inspirational life?

A life fulfilling your vision & making a difference to them & others?

Regardless of our age, title, business size, leadership level, these questions are for us all.

What would you like to be known for?

What mark would you like to leave behind?

I have battled with these questions myself and while 15+ years in the corporate world, across IT, HR, Recruitment & Education sectors, offered me a myriad of thrills and challenges making my journey one full of learning & growth, it didn’t give me an ability to answer these questions.

After all those years, I had nothing to my name, except a transient job title.

I believe most people, like me, have greater ambitions to achieve than they get the opportunity to, through their job roles.

Thankfully, I earned some mentoring relationships that put me on the path to fulfil my ambition of doing something that I could call my own and could not only serve me & others through my lifetime but would outlive & outlast me.

For the value & meaning, this association has brought to my life, I have chosen to pay forward and continue in the footsteps of my mentors.

Together, through our personalised mentorship and coaching program, we have empowered 1000s of people in areas of personal growth, leadership development & business ownership, allowing them to create some great results alongside their jobs, so they could over a period of time, own their time & resources and channelise them at will.

While we don’t charge for our mentorship, we are selective about who we invest our time into.

We don’t look for skills, qualifications or capital, instead, we select people based on their characters & hunger to build something for themselves.

We are excited to work with people who believe what we believe!

If you’re looking to achieve bigger, better goals in life and feel you need coaching and support to get there, feel free to get in touch & let’s talk.

Thank you, from Swati.

TransGlitterUs Founders

New South Wales couple self-funds support services for Transgender women and the LGBTQI+ community.

Callala Bay, New South Wales – Lesbian couple, Gabby & Irene, have both separately experienced mental health battles; the winning battle was finding each other and launching a new business offering free support services and makeup tutorials for Transgender Women with their makeup brand, TransGlitterUs. 

Gabby, a Transgender Woman, age 45, knew who she was at the ripe age of 12-years-old. Mentally working through the memories of being ridiculed, teased, abused and laughed at, even physically hurt, will forever be an ongoing process. At 40-years-old, Gabby physically celebrated who she is and began Hormone Replacement  Therapy (aka HRT); a process that took her 28-years to begin, yet has been terrifyingly invigorating.  

TransGlitterUs“Mentally, I knew who I was since I was 12 years old,” Gabby says, “publicly, I “came out” five years ago, and socially about four years ago”, she continues, “I’ve spent many years on the psychologist’s couch fighting mental illness. Being Transgender is the hardest thing in my life but also the most rewarding”.  

Irene, 34, was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, but grew up in Switzerland. She has ongoing battles with depression since a very young age and experiences social anxiety as a result of having a difficult relationship with her family. 

“At two years old, I was adopted from a Brazilian orphanage and unfortunately, I could never bond with my adoptive family”, says Irene, “psychologists never help, nor did talking with friends. No one ever understood me. I never got over being adopted. And that’s where it all starts.”, she says. 

In 2019, Gabby met Irene. They spoke for 8-hours straight on their first date and moved in together two weeks later. After four months the couple discussed their lack of mental support growing up. Gabby had been wanting to offer her advice and support based on her personal experiences but lacked the courage and support to pursue it. With the assistance and determination of Irene, eight months later, in April 2020, they launched their self-funded, not-for-profit support service and community for Transgender and greater LGBTQI+ Community, TransGlitterUs

“I had very little to no support when I was growing up. It’s not been until recent years that I have plenty, after sourcing myself. This is why we started our business to help others in their early transition where it is needed most”, says Gabby. 

TransGlitterUs offers makeup tutorials from their safe community space and shop in Callala Bay. Irene and  Gabby introduce the products – what they’re used for, how to use them and colour-match – with no obligation to purchase.  

For many Transgender Women, the first step to “come out” in public is to start to wear makeup.

TransGlitterUsNowadays makeup is a multi-million business and the vast range of products can be very overwhelming. So, our idea was to have a larger but affordable range of makeup to provide Transgender Women in a welcome and safe environment”, says Irene, “in public, it can be quite stressful and uncomfortable to first engage in makeup, due to the fear of being judged or not being served. We try to avoid those embarrassing moments by offering intimate sessions”, she continues. 

The free support service is a rewarding project that has led the ladies to find a better mental place.  

“I have good days and really bad days. I can be very depressed for a couple of days but then tell myself that I  can manage this and better days will come” says Irene, “so, I normally give myself a project to concentrate my energy on. Since the business, there is always something to do which helps a lot”. 

Gabby and Irene are on a mission to help others in the LGBTQI+ community find their better place. TransGlitterUs is a double-sided business; not-for-profit, free support for Transgender Women and a brand of high-quality, affordable makeup where proceeds go towards funding the support.  

Gabby and Irene offer their time and support to anyone who needs to talk to someone who understands what they are going through. They meet up with clients throughout the New South Wales region, welcome anyone to their space in Callala Bay and offer online sessions to those who live interstate. They have recently helped a 25 year old transitioning woman obtains her driver’s licence – an example of what support they can offer.  Furthermore, they offer but not limited to, advice and assistance on transitioning, connecting LGBTQI with the community – and best of all, simply being a friend to rely on. 

In November 2020, Irene proposed to Gabby in front of a small Transgender Women’s group. They say with the love, support and acceptance shown by each other they are liberated and can achieve anything. Gabby and Irene are currently planning their wedding for August 2021. 

If you would like more information about the services and makeup offered by TransGlitterUs, please visit http://www.transglitterus.com.au or connect with us socially www.facebook.com/transglitterus or Instagram @transglitterus

Alicia Young

News Anchor to New Age: How I Transformed from the HeadSpace of News to the HeartSpace of Soul Planning.

Have you ever kept a part of yourself hidden?

I did—for years.

As a journalist, I’m so grateful for the opportunities I’ve had: reporting from the White House, anchoring from Moscow, or interviewing people as they met life’s challenges with grit and grace.

From the start, I was taught to report a news story in a way that you could take it on its merits: my own views were sidelined (and rightly so).

At the same time, I felt some personal encounters begin to surface, after years of simmering away in the background.

I had met my guardian angel at age three.

I have been an egg donor, and while under anesthesia (when the eggs were harvested), I was visited by a warm, soothing grandma figure. She gently assured me that a baby boy was waiting for his new parents; she was right.

And then: I had an OBE (an out-of-body experience) in which I met the soul of a (different) little boy. There was no tunnel of light, nor was I near death. ‘Bobby’ was the son of my childhood friend ‘Jane.’ He was lovingly determined to reach his grieving mother; he said Jane’s deep grief blinded her to the signs he sent. I was no more than a go-between.

I found myself on the Other Side, where I viewed one of his pre-birth Soul Planning sessions. A Soul Plan is a celestial blueprint each of us designs for our upcoming life. I saw Bobby choose his parents, his siblings, and even his birth order. He softly explained why he couldn’t stay (it was nothing Jane had done).

Initially, I wasn’t sure how to process all this, so I did what I’d always done: I wrote. I tend to ‘think through my fingers and scribbled away—at first, my shaky handwriting resembled chicken scratchings as I collected my thoughts and poured out everything I recalled.

Of course, I called Jane and her husband.

But otherwise, I kept silent for years. Why?

My cheeks are burning as I tell you: it was simply ego. The truth was, I would rather you had thought of me as a ‘sensible journalist’ than anything ‘woo’.

I tucked it away, fearful of risking my career. Even though Jane gave me her blessing to write a book, I stalled.

Slowly, I began to share the experience and saw the comfort it brought others. That sparked a shift.

Finally, I sat down to write the book that would become Visit from Heaven. Even so, I tied myself in knots and took a year to muster the courage to use my real name.

That was 2019. News colleagues have mostly been supportive, though a few backed away; they couldn’t reconcile the ‘journalist’ Alicia they knew with the new ‘spiritual’ model (though she had always been there). I have largely stepped away from on-air work and I enjoy showing others how to be their own publicist. When a big news story breaks, I still feel the tug of wanting to ‘run with the herd’, but I cherish my new direction.

Today, I mostly speak about Bobby’s visit, whether to groups or in private sessions. I hold a special space for women who have lost a child (born or unborn). I see them blame themselves and my heart breaks, thinking, if only they knew the magnificence of their souls. These mamas so bravely and selflessly agreed to parent these little ones, who were unsure they would even stay this time around.

Visit from Heaven: A Soul’s Message of Love, Loss & Family is available on Amazon and via info@aliciayoung.net

Alicia Young


Click here to visit Alicia’s Fembuiz page.

Maria Baker

Maria Baker

Melbourne-based solopreneur, Maria Baker of Nobody’s Princess snow apparel is answering the demand from women who ski and snowboard, by creating the best fitting snow pants for women, ever.

Melbourne, Victoria: Nobody’s Princess is innovating the women’s snow apparel industry with a new functional design of women’s snow pants. Nobody’s Princess snow pants are specially designed to fit all women’s body shapes and offer a new way for women who ski and snowboard to feel empowered and confident through comfort while on the slopes.

 “Women who participate in the sport are looking for something they can fit their butt and thighs into comfortably,” says Maria Baker, Founder at Nobody’s Princess. “We’ve gone straight to the source to identify the pain points women experience at the snow and addressed each of them to create a pair of pants to suit any body shape and instil confidence in women so they can concentrate on enjoying their time in the snow”.

Being a pear-shaped snowboarder herself, Maria found there was a large gap in the market for appropriately fitting snow pants for women and devised a crowd-funding campaign on Indiegogo to gauge the interest. The successful results of the campaign indicated she wasn’t alone.

Nobody’s Princess is currently preparing for the second round of crowd-funding, beginning in June.

Maria is aiming to raise $60,000 in pre-sale orders to meet the minimum order quantity to get the product made. If successful, the pants will be available worldwide from August 2021, at $259AUD. For more information on Nobody’s Princess or to Pre-order yours now click here.

About Nobody’s Princess: Maria Baker, 34, was left devastated when her dream job became a reality, then was taken away from her three weeks later due to COVID-19. Now, she is pursuing a new dream to innovate women’s snow pants and provide them with the best fitting snow pants, ever.

Maria was working as a Studio Manager/Senior Designer for a major beauty retailer when she was offered her dream role as a Creative Lead for a buying group in the travel industry. After just three weeks in her new position, COVID-19 hit and she was immediately stood down. Instead of venturing on the three business trips, she was scheduled for, Maria was left to her own accord in a small Melbourne apartment contemplating what her next move was going to be.

Maria Baker wearing the best fitting snow pants, ever.😁

She then made the brave decision to tackle an idea she had been sitting on since 2018, head-on. Maria began to embark on an entrepreneurial journey designing women’s snow pants. With no previous knowledge of the fashion/ textile industry, experience or funding

To date, Nobody’s Princess has raised over $12,000 based on a concept and has sparked the interest of women who  ski and snowboard, globally.

Submitted by: Kiera Elliot-Pickett, on behalf of Maria Baker from Nobody’s Princess.

Click here to visit Maria’s Fembuiz page.