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Watch Me, I Am

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Watch Me, I Am

A business podcast from Zoë Adnitt & Elizabeth Platt

Zoë and Elizabeth, founders of MilliCent Mentoring and Coaching for professionals, bring you all the topics that real women face day to day, with nothing being out of bounds. Getting raw about life challenges, talking resilience when the going gets tough, sharing strategies, tips and tools and throwing in some lighthearted humour along the way.

Both overcoming life challenges themselves, such as serious health scares, corporate burnout, mental health issues, acrimonious divorce, single parenthood and financial collapse, they know, first hand, the difficulties women face.

With their combined 40 years of diverse corporate and entrepreneurial experience covering HR, Sales, Marketing, Leadership, Mentoring and Coaching they are now building successful businesses by supporting other women on their business journey.

Zoë and Elizabeth empower you to have the confidence to live your life, your way and on your terms without apology.

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