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#15 | Dreams to Reality with Steph Woollard

Joining us for the second time, Steph dives in deep on her belief and lived truth on what it takes to make your Dream a Reality. The passion and desire to ignite the potential in every person is fiercely strong in this incredible and determined woman’s heart. Her ability to overcome adversity, help others see what is possible and reach far further than they thought achievable, is the most phenomenal gift. We are fortunate to have her share so openly and honestly about the trials and tribulations about what it took to create the wondrous enterprises. 

Stephanie Woollard is an award-winning Australian social entrepreneur and speaker, who believes that a far more tolerant and compassionate world is achievable in our lifetime if we each take steps to make a difference within our individual capacity. She has founded several enterprises with social impact: the aid organisation Seven Women, the Kathmandu Cooking School and the tour company Hands On Development.

Through Hands On Development, she has taken hundreds of people from around the world to Nepal and into Australian Aboriginal communities to learn, connect and contribute to creating real and lasting change. A passionate advocate for responsible business practices, Steph uses her platform as a corporate speaker to educate audiences about the link between the demand for ethical production and the proven positive impact of social enterprise.

Steph has recently launched a Facebook Grouped called INSPIRING HUMANS – this group is for a collective to support and engage with others who see and believe in the human spirit and that it’s possible to change the world with this type of alignment. The groups purpose is to connect, inspire, collaborate, and co-create with one other, which can only enrich our lives and support the transformation needed in society.

Join the group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/804226133450054

To connect with Steph you can contact her through the Seven Women social media pages or website

https://www.facebook.com/SevenWomenNGO

https://sevenwomen.org/

https://www.handsondevelopment.com.au/

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