Entrepreneurship.net.au Success Stories
The hardest thing for my petfood treats was working out the shipping. I had some success before, but the Entrepreneurship.net.au Program really helped me iron out those details. My website works so much better.
I found a way to promote my Reiki and massage business in a safe way, considering my disability. Now I get to screen my clients prior to accepting them, and I have a safe space to operate. It's great to have regular clients who appreciate my work, as well as the ongoing connection with Brendan knowing he's in for the long haul.
I've always been a foodie, but living with a disability made it challenging for me to actually create dishes. When I sat down with the 12 Step Entrepreneurs Pathways™ Program, Brendan showed me a way we could bring it all together in the form I would actually like - spice rubs - and my business emerged from there. It is an amazing process and I'm still learning so much!
I have built a candle and wax melt business, specialising in organic soy wax sourced from ethical business. I am selling through my Instagram account.
After leaving school I found a new thing to do. And I get paid for it.
Sharing my designs on socials really helped get my brand out there. I ship my products every week on Thursdays.
As I got older I lost confidence and once I was retired from my last job placement I thought things were pretty much about retirement for me. Since connecting with Entrepreneurs.net.au I have rediscovered so much! I have published my first book on Kindle! And my husband has built his first website for his artworks!
We built a kitchen out the back of my parent's house with the inspiration of Entrepreneurship.net.au!
I had been trying to write a book for a few years after leaving school and Entrepreneurship.net.au helped me put it all together into a systemic approach. I have now published two books on Kindle and am working on bringing it altogether into a series. Next, I am planning a trilogy of Children's books.
I am a hand drawn artist. I draw with pencils. I upload my art to print on demand platforms, as well as my socials and my website.
During high school I loved animation. The 12 Step Entrepreneurs Pathways™ program gave me the confidence to pursue my passion and start my own Youtube channel. I have posted my animations online and am hopeful of finding employment in the industry.
As a pet lover, we did lots of research on pet friendly products - and eventually found a safe, eco-conscious pet shampoo we could bottle and package. Now I'm securing some finance to get my first 500 bottle printed and selling them on my website.
I used to wander around shopping centres on my community access days and just window shop and have a coffee. Now I actually get paid to be organised and be prepared as a certified mystery shopper for a major brand. Working with Brendan at Entrepreneurship.net.au opened my eyes to this opportunity. Entrepreneurship is sometimes right under your nose!
I am a hand drawn artist. I draw my own characters inspired from movies. I put them onto print on demand posters and we sell them on my website.
I have learned how to build and edit a wordpress website. I can add and edit products and write the descriptions. The 12 Step Entrepreneur Pathways™ program has taught me how to edit and resize images and remove the backgrounds.
Although I have not settled on a clear path at the moment, I am working on getting my designs into a digital format. I am learning how to edit and colour in the graphics suite.
I still working on my goals, but learning the digital nomads aspects of web design and socials is pretty amazing.
My whole life I was told to wait and be quiet so the opportunity to be able to write was really liberating for me. It's never been about anything other than seeing my voice out there, live, in the public space...
Since working with Entrepreneurs.net.au I have studied small business. I decided to turn my photography into a print on demand business. I have a website and social media and sell prints and t shirts around the world.
I've been putting cacti cuttings into handmade clay cups with gravel.