The four ingredients to success

Written on the 9 September 2009

FOR many women, balancing a successful business career and motherhood can seem an insurmountable task, but this is where Rachael Bermingham excels.

The Cooper Consultancy will unveil Bermingham’s secrets as she presents her ‘Four Ingredients to Success’ workshop at the Quality Inn, Mermaid Waters on September 11.

Bermingham is a successful businesswoman as well as the highest selling self-published female author in Australia, having sold more than 2.5 million books in just three years.

A key topic of the workshop and a major factor in Bermingham’s success is the use of low-cost marketing strategies to launch and grow businesses from home.

Despite often being described as ‘a born entrepreneur’, Bermingham places great importance on the role of motherhood and focuses in her seminars on time management and balancing family and work commitments.

The workshop will be a breakfast event commencing at 7am and includes a buffet breakfast.

While women who are involved in business or are considering a professional career will be of particular benefit, people in more than six countries have found Bermingham’s seminars to be highly educational in basic business principles.

For more information and to book tickets visit www.terricooper.com.au.


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