Samantha Wills founded her own self-titled jewellery company when she was only 21. It was an instant hit with media and customers alike, and she quickly found herself in the media spotlight as one of Australia’s most dynamic designers.
After her jewellery was featured in Sex in the City, Samantha found herself on the international stage; and shortly after, she was declared a Breakout Star by The New York Times.
Samantha was inducted into the 2017 Businesswomen’s Hall of Fame earlier this month and when we asked her for her strategies for success, they included:
Look forwards, work backwards.
Start with the end outcome in mind.
And we agree. A clear vision and a plan can act like a guiding light — a spotlight to where you want to go, a place to work back from.
At HerBusiness we focus on supporting our Members to create a vision, a plan and to get support to break down big goals into small ones (equipping them with the support, training and mentoring they need along the way).
Step by step, they move closer to that goal, that next tipping point in their business.
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Like Samantha Wills, this year’s inductees tell powerful stories and share their strategies for success in the Breakthrough Momentum eBook which is available here for a limited time only.
You can meet all this year’s inductees and read their stories inside of the ebook, a keepsake to help inspire next actions in your own business.
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