Want to start a business that can make a positive difference in this world? Well, you’re never too young too start!
START A BUSINESS WITH IMPACT
In this Life Lesson, our instructor Madeleine Buchner OAM will teach you how to start a business with impact. Maddy uncovered her passion for supporting young carers more than a decade ago, leading her to start her business, Little Dreamers, while only a teenager.
As the Founder and CEO of Australia’s leading young carer support organisation, Maddy will help you uncover what you value the most in life, so you can truly unlock your business potential. Remember, starting a business is one thing, but running one is a completely different experience. So having a strong ‘why’ from the beginning will set you up in the long run.
– Defining your values
– Unpacking what you stand for
– Setting out your mission, vision and purpose
– Developing your network map
– How are you going to deliver your impact?
– Finance and registration
– Impact measurement
– Your elevator pitch
– Implementation and growth
So what are you waiting for? This Life Lesson is now in session!
Meet Your Instructor: Madeleine Buchner
Defining Your Values
Unpacking What You Stand For
Setting Out Your Mission Vision & Purpose
Developing Your Network Map
How Are You Going To Deliver Your Impact?
Finance & Registration
Your Elevator Pitch
Implementation & Growth
Featuring gamified courses and motivational videos, called Life Lessons and Power Talks, our platform provides youth access to on demand advice from Australia’s top experts around money, health and wellness, relationships, community, DIY and career.
Our vision? To educate, entertain and empower 10 million young people globally by 2030 through our life skills education and media network.
Featuring gamified courses and motivational talks, called Life Lessons and Power Talks, our platform provides teens access to on demand advice from Australia’s top experts around money, health and wellness, relationships, community, DIY and careers.
Our vision? To future-proof the lives of 10 million young people by 2030.