WHAT: In Conversation
WHERE: WOTSO Workspace - 162 Macquarie Street Hobart
WHEN: Monday, 9th April 2018
TIME: 6.30pm - 8.30pm
TOPIC // In Conversation with Polly McGee
Polly McGee - author, speaker, business strategist, yogi and good hustler. Polly McGee
Dr Polly McGee is an author, entrepreneur educator, digital strategist and yogi. She has managed multi-million dollar innovation grants programs and worked with hundreds of start-ups to refine their business ideas and connect with their market.
A prolific speaker and writer on digital strategy and small business, Polly has contributed to a range of business and digital publications for private enterprise and government clients and created a suite of digital and video content and workshops, as well as being a regular media commentator on business and culture.
As co-founder of Start-up Tasmania, Polly was voted one of the most influential people in Australian Start-ups and continues to coach and advise heart-centred entrepreneurs so they can scale their impact in the world.
Polly is strongly committed to philanthropy, equality, compassion and the good hustle, and believes all of life's problems can be solved with yoga, meditation and patting retired greyhounds.
Her new book The Good Hustle The Good Hustle is both revelation and revolution, combining the ancient wisdom of yoga with contemporary business practices in a compelling blend of mindfulness, spirituality and entrepreneurial action. If you’ve ever yearned to do something meaningful that matters and create a business with heart, The Good Hustle is your go-to handbook on the real-life path to enlightenment.
If you’re a female entrepreneur, have a side hustle, or you're thinking of owning your own business, this Meet Up is the perfect setting to meet other women in the same boat. This is not a networking group – we’re here to have real conversations and connections.
What do we mean by real? Well you know when you walk into a room and feel welcome even when you don’t know anyone? Or when you share experiences with someone and they say “me too!”? How about when you share tough times with someone and they don’t try to give you advice to fix it but rather they just get you. This is what happens at League of Extraordinary Women Meet Ups.