Empowering communication with Nicole Schmitz
Nicole Schmitz has always held a true passion for helping others get to the core of their being and fulfil their greatest potential.
She has also always held a deep fascination with the inner workings of the human mind, and often found the people in her life (including strangers) would gravitate towards her warm, genuine nature, and positive, uplifting personality, to share their concerns or seek advice.
This inspired her to complete her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, where she excelled in Cognitive Processes, Perception, and Biopsychology and Learning.
She also has a passion and natural talent in speech and communication, and simultaneously completed her Bachelor’s degree in Law, where she excelled in Business Organisations, Dispute Management and Resolution, and Professional and Community Engagement.
This later evolved into her delivering impromptu speeches to global crowds of 100 000+ people, and inspirational talks to the disadvantaged youth in South East Asia through her affiliated charitable organisations.
She later translated this experience to the boardroom where she delivered presentations to some of the top CEO’s in Australia and the world.
Realising her combined passion for psychology, public speaking, developing communication and self confidence, she gravitated towards a career in executive coaching specialising in soft skills.
She applies psychology concepts including cognition, perception and biopsychology, and law concepts including dispute management and professional and community engagement in her coaching practices today.
Nicole is extremely passionate about helping corporate executives reach their greatest potential through confident communication and leadership skills.
She has coached clients from around the world to help them unlock their inner strengths, overcome their fears and anxieties, and excel in their careers through results such as quadrupling their income and landing their next promotion.
Prior to this, she’s had 15 years of experience in the corporate world, working with and advising mid level to C-suite level professionals in the legal, marketing and recruitment landscapes.
She has also immersed herself in the cultures of over 45 countries across 3 years, and lived in 4 cities.
Nicole has a unique ability to cut through the clutter and get straight to the core of people’s needs and challenges, and develops personalised, practical and simple solutions they can apply in their life immediately.
Nicole is credentialed as a certified professional coach (CTA),and a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
For more information, head to her website.
The year ahead in high-growth WealthTech
Unique opportunities to bring positive impact through tech-led conscious Investing
In recent months, traditional private capital markets have pulled back, causing concern for investors seeking investment opportunities. However, there is good news from the team at digital investment platform VentureCrowd, which has seen a remarkable 100% year-on-year growth.
VentureCrowd offers investors the chance to invest in various sectors, such as renewable energy, healthcare, and education. The platform’s focus on conscious investing has attracted a community of like-minded individuals who are committed to making a positive impact with their investments.
According to CEO Steve Maarbani, VentureCrowd is taking things a step further by offering investors the opportunity to own a slice of the high-growth WealthTech business. This move will not only enable investors to support conscious investment opportunities but also benefit from the growth potential of a leading digital investment platform.
Funding Futures together with VentureCrowd, To find out more about Conscious Investing head to www.venturecrowd.com.au.
Earning cash and keeping it
Understanding what we gain by learning risk and seeking reward
It’s no secret that what goes up must come down. Dr Steve Enticott outlines how Investment booms eventually come to an end, and those who have not diversified their portfolios are at risk of losing everything. He stressed the importance of moving into a fear mindset and diversifying investments across multiple asset classes to protect oneself against market downturns.
One way to achieve this is by putting money into structures like retirement funds or family trusts, which offer some protection against market fluctuations. Dr. Enticott also encouraged investors to be mindful of their psychology and not let fear and greed dictate their investment decisions.
In conclusion, while taking risks and being optimistic can lead to success, it is equally important to be mindful of market fluctuations and diversify investments to protect against potential losses.
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The critical shift set to secure digital business
New Coordinator role for Cybersecurity sector set to lead Australia’s efforts to combat digital threats
The recent announcement of a newly created role of coordinator for cybersecurity and the establishment of a National Office for Cybersecurity within the Department of Home Affairs has been welcomed by many in the digital business community.
This move is a crucial step in ensuring that Australia’s businesses are better protected from cyber threats, which have become increasingly sophisticated and prevalent in recent years.
Kurt Hansen is CEO of Australia’s largest ASX listed cybersecurity company Tesserent, as a full-service cybersecurity and cloud services provider, Hansen outlines how this update will go about fortifying Australian business into the future.
The creation of the National Office for Cybersecurity is a significant development in Australia’s efforts to secure the a place in the ever-expanding digital landscape.
The office will be responsible for coordinating the country’s cybersecurity efforts and will work closely with businesses, government agencies, and other stakeholders to identify and mitigate cybersecurity risks. It will also develop and implement policies and guidelines to ensure that businesses and organisations are better prepared to respond to cyber attacks.
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