How can you lead as an agent of change?

How can you lead as an agent of change?

Recently, with the enormous shift taking place in the world right now – and the many ugly truths rising to the surface about our current social, economic and political system – I realised I could no longer separate my business and the need to be a social entrepreneur.

Here are the steps I have decided to take RIGHT NOW in order to desire fully embody a social entrepreneurship model and move towards being that agent of change.

My Little Big Life: The Ultimate Mom Detox

My Little Big Life: The Ultimate Mom Detox

That headline could be read a few different ways. It could mean: ‘Here is a crash diet “detox” that will help you lose all that awful, ugly, shameful weight you gained from having the nerve to make a baby, you worthless human being.” And it could also read: “The best way to rid the world of mothers, that horrid group of women who are poisoning the world one child at a time.” Or it could be saying: “The best way to rid yourself of the toxic feelings, emotions, and experiences that you have undergone since becoming a Mom in a world that undervalues us.” Sadly, most of the time it refers to the first one – and suggests the second. Well, I have happy news for you: This blog post is not about how to take up less space in the world. This is about how to claim more of it. A little while ago, after seeing the umpteenth ‘Skrinking Women’ post about ‘It has been three weeks since I had my baby and I still have not lost the baby weight’ on a forum for mothers, something woke me up. It was followed by: ‘I have decided to cut all gluten/grain/carbs out of my diet and just drink green juice and eat raw meat’ posts… which were followed by: ‘Why am I so exhausted all the time?’ These words were tying my belly into a knot. As someone who ‘still has not lost her pregnancy weight’ after 6 years, I have been through that shame, self-hatred and loss of self worth. It is a sucky to be banished to that planet; even suckier...
The 3 Little Big Rules for Communicating Pricing

The 3 Little Big Rules for Communicating Pricing

No frills? Or no clue? There has been a creepy trend among corporate industry in the last decade or so to quote misleadingly undercut pricing in order to grab a sale – and then throw in little fees and extra costs on top in order to grab a quick profit win. We’ve seen this with some banks, airlines, and various online services. It is a way of presenting a seemingly ‘bare-bones’ price that excludes essentials – and then packing on the bucks when the buyer signs on because those essentials are actually needed. Or just because they are being snarky sneaks. The industry term is called ‘No-frills’. In the language of the consumer these are called ‘Hidden fees’. In advertising this is called ‘bait & switch’.   In Little Big Mouth language, I call these OMFs. Old-school MBA Fails – though I would love to use two other words there that begin with M and F… The economy is pretty unstable right now. Imho (which you might have realised is never humble as a Little Big Mouth) we are in this situation because of this old-school MBA mindset of dominating, dividing and charging the world in the name of instant profit gratification. The idea of focusing on longer-term connections and sustainability (yes, that means better profits) has been forgotten. Which is one of the main reasons why I started Little Big Mouth.   In the spoils of this masculine, old-school business model, many corporations have lost touch with their People: their employees, their customers and their communities. Those of us who are up against glass ceilings are simply ‘not...

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