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The Waroona Business Support Group - Peel CCI kicked off the new year with their first meeting for 2022 at Lake Navarino Holiday Park. It was great to welcome the new Shire of Waroona CEO and engage in some robust discussion centred around reflection and needs-based delivery for the Waroona business community. Great ideas where flying around from Drakesbrook Fine Wines, 11 Mile Distillery, Evertrue Solutions and the Visit Waroona Visitors Centre!
Next Saturday I will be running an "Intro to Permaculture" workshop in Waroona.
If you know anyone that is interested in living in harmony with the earth, please tell them about it.
Permaculture is a framework of understanding of how to harness the perfect wisdom, balance and beauty of nature to enrich human life, as well as giving back to the earth to ensure it thrives in return.
I'm very proud to say that Sharon has been my coach for over a year now.
I would be lost without her!
Whatever your situation, she can help ❤️
✨ TOMORROW ✨
Just in time to set things up for 2021, join Evertrue Solutions for their Bookkeeper Bliss Workshop. In-person at Make Place, or online for anyone who can't make it in person. Bookings essential, and places are limited!

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In the lead up to the 2020 Alcoa Peel Business Excellence Awards, please join us in congratulating the following businesses from the Strategy Master Category: Angel Lash Boutique, Bosch Car Service Mandurah, Clayton's Auto Centre, Evertrue Solutions, GovernancePlus, Hair Oasis Studio, Kanyana Engineering Pty Ltd, Mandurah Property Management, Oh My Glittery Gosh, On Point Strategy, Petherick Cottrell Lawyers, Play's Kool Childcare Mandurah, Quantum Phases Consortium Pty Ltd, Skin Within & TurnKey 360!
In the lead up to the 2020 Alcoa Peel Business Excellence Awards, please join us in congratulating the following businesses from the Home-Based Business Category: Abbie Marie Hypnotherapy & Life Coach, Adept Photo Booths, AJ Harrington - Branding and Product Photographer, Aliyah Massage Therapy, Balladonia Studios, CB Hair Artistry, Darling Deere, Enzed Mandurah, Evertrue Solutions, Fiona's Fancies, Food + Drink, Gem Pies, Kaleidoscope Tours, Kev's Wheelie Kleen, Kym's Boobie Kookies, Left Coast Australia, Longship Engineering & Fabrication, Mandurah Holiday Rentals - Accommodation, Mandurah Mobile Massage Therapy, Mandurah Property Management, Merricks Maintenance, Mossy Back Clothing, Jan's Nurture By Nature - Natural Therapy practice, Oh My Glittery Gosh, Ovarit Jumps, Overland Media, Pancakes Mobile Dog Grooming Studio, Peak Consultancy, Pinjarra Home Beauty, Pretty Little Designs, Pure Whitening, Rachel Ranger Australia, Safety & Emergency Management Consultants, SociallyEm, Spray Media, Sugaro Little Bakes, Tamala Bosveld - Remedial Massage Therapist, Wild & Savvy Hair Extensions!
Hop to it! Thanks to Evertrue Solutions
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The solution is found in Permaculture. Small Businesses connect with me 1:1 to find these solutions. When you have problems, you deserve solutions that work.

As a passionate champion of small business owners, as well as a passionate follower of living in harmony with the earth through Permaculture, there was joy and delight when the link between these two worlds became clear. Business coaching has provided opportunities to witness the transformation that is possible while focusing on business goals. The opportunity to incorporate the permaculture princ

Small Business Sustainability Assessment 11/07/2023

Small Business Sustainability Assessment

Now available for on-demand viewing, the Small Business Sustainability Assessment tutorial shows you how simple it can be to start making your business more environmentally sustainable.

Step one - understand the problem.
Step two - do something about it.

This Small Business Sustainability Assessment can be your first step to taking responsibility for the impact that your business has on the environment. Your little business may not make much of an impact on its own, but put your little business together with the other 2 MILLION micro and small businesses in Australia, and you are one part of a very big whole, and every contribution counts. Every action counts, and it's only when we ALL get on that Sustainability Bandwagon that we will start to see REAL change and improvement.

In this tutorial, learn how simple it can be to conduct a Sustainability Assessment on your business, and discover opportunities to improve.

Small Business Sustainability Assessment Use this simple process to evaluate the environmental impact that your small business has on the environment as we pivot towards sustainability.By going thro...

Sustainability and the Collective Impact of Small Business 06/07/2023

Sustainability and the Collective Impact of Small Business

At BizFest Mandurah I had a great opportunity to present a talk on:
"Sustainability and the Collective Impact of Small Business"
And now I've just uploaded it to YouTube for everyone to see.
I intend to present this talk many more times, to promote the responsibility that all small business owners have to improve their impact on the environment.

Sustainability and the Collective Impact of Small Business SUSTAINABILITY. It’s been a buzz word for 50 years now. So how do we achieve it?I’m not the first person to talk about sustainability, and I won’t be the las...

Photos from Evertrue Solutions's post 06/06/2023

It's been long overdue, but I have updated the testimonials onto my website. It's such a lovely experience to review all the positive things that clients have said about me.

https://evertrue.com.au/

Calls for better public transports options for Waroona 23/05/2023

Calls for better public transports options for Waroona

It's not every day I get published in the paper 😁

Calls for better public transports options for Waroona Waroona Business Support Group chair Bronwyn Chompff-Gliddon has proposed extending the Mandurah to Pinjarra bus service further south to provide residents with more transport options.

17/05/2023

Introducing a new way to connect!!
An Online Mastermind Group is a monthly 1 hour Zoom meeting that is facilitated by your Permaculture Business Coach Bronwyn Chompff-Gliddon.
We talk about how permaculture works in a business setting.
Connect with other business owners who share your ethics and values.
We'll brainstorm our shared challenges and find the answers using the wisdom of nature to guide us.
You will develop friendships and connections, which could lead to something exciting!
Feel connected and supported as you explore the journey of running your business.

Get in touch to find out when the next round starts!

21/04/2023

Coaching provides a powerful space to unpack, reframe, and make progress towards where you want to be.

MINDSET - Find Your Magnificent Hidden Power Within 18/04/2023

MINDSET - Find Your Magnificent Hidden Power Within

https://evertrue.com.au/mindset-find-your-magnificent-hidden-power-within/

“If you believe it, you will achieve it.” These words changed my life. This is a story about how improving my mindset changed the whole trajectory of my life and career.

I haven’t always been a confident and self-assured person. As a young child I was painfully shy, and as a teenager I struggled with a lot of very low self-esteem issues. It was a really difficult time to get through. I was messed up for a few years.

Then, life settled into a normality, and I thought I was doing ok, and for 25 years I thought I was living my dream life. When that all suddenly came to an end I had to really take stock and reassess my entire life. I discovered that my sense of identity had been entirely built around my roles as wife and mother, and for all those years, those two roles had filled me with enough purpose and busy-ness to feel like my life was complete. I had completely lost that understanding of who I really am at my core. So the process began to define that identity all over again.

MINDSET - Find Your Magnificent Hidden Power Within “If you believe it, you will achieve it.” These words changed my life! This is about how improving my mindset changed the whole trajectory of my life and career

13/04/2023

About 18 months ago, I started to attend an online networking meeting run by this organisation dedicated to connecting and upskilling business owning mums - who are unapologetically blending running a business while raising a family. Mums & Co soon became my favourite networking platform, and their Mumbition podcast has given me many enjoyable hours listening to inspiring stories and practical tips.

And then…

I was invited to be a guest on their podcast! It is a seriously big highlight of my career, and I would be so very honoured if you would take 22 minutes of your day to listen to this episode.

Here is the link to listen to it: https://www.mumsandco.com.au/podcasts/episode-62-bronwyn-chompff-gliddon

Mumbition - Passion, Purpose and Permaculture - with Bronwyn Chompff-Gliddon, Permaculture Business Coach 03/04/2023

Mumbition - Passion, Purpose and Permaculture - with Bronwyn Chompff-Gliddon, Permaculture Business Coach

I've been podcasted!! You've got to listen to this!!!!! WooHoo!!!!!!!!!

Mumbition - Passion, Purpose and Permaculture - with Bronwyn Chompff-Gliddon, Permaculture Business Coach In this episode of Mumbition the Podcast, Carrie Kwan and Lucy Kippist speak with Bronwyn Chompff-Gliddon, Permaculture Business Coach. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mumbition/message

Startups - Self sufficiency risk or 1 great big opportunity? - Evertrue Solutions % 22/03/2023

Startups - Self sufficiency risk or 1 great big opportunity? - Evertrue Solutions %

It takes a special kind of crazy to start up your own business to achieve self sufficiency. In a world where stability and security are so desperately clung to, and for very good reasons, why would someone think to jeopardise that with wild notions of doing something so unpredictable as going out on your own?

And yet, over the past 3 years, there has been a steady increase of businesses starting up in Australia, with almost 20% of all businesses last year being an entry (Source: ABS: Counts of Australian Businesses, including Entries and Exits). Has everyone lost their minds?

I have to laugh, as one of those crazy people over 18 years ago, entering the world of running my own business to become self sufficient. It gets no less crazy every year, but if you make these kinds of decisions on logic and reason alone, no one would ever take that risk, I mean, opportunity.

(Click the link to read the rest of the article - hope you enjoy!)

Startups - Self sufficiency risk or 1 great big opportunity? - Evertrue Solutions % It takes a special kind of crazy to start up your own business to achieve self sufficiency. In a world where stability and security are so desperately clung

5 Tips To Overcome The Overwhelm | Pip Magazine 23/02/2023

5 Tips To Overcome The Overwhelm | Pip Magazine

https://pipmagazine.com.au/connect/overcome-overwhelm/

We are now published in Pip Magazine!

5 Tips To Overcome The Overwhelm | Pip Magazine Discover how permaculture and business can align to grow your enterprise.

20/02/2023

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How vegetable gardening can help you understand business systems – and yourself

If you’re reading this because the title made you look twice, and wonder… what??? You wouldn’t be the first. I was the first person to do that. As I have grappled with the concept of coaching how to Permaculture Your Business, taking 3 very separate things to blend them into one, I gave myself a challenge to find the connection between them. My premise is that it’s not only possible, it’s incredibly beneficial.

Permaculture provides a love of vegetable gardening. Business provides a dedication to systems and processes. Coaching provides encouragement to pursue personal development. Can I blend these into 1 coherent concept? I would really love your feedback to let me know if I have achieved this.

Read the full article here: https://evertrue.com.au/how-vegetable-gardening-can-help-you-understand-business-systems-and-yourself/

13/02/2023

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Permaculture Principle #12: Creatively Use and Respond to Change.
Change has gotten a mention a few times in other principles, and now it gets the focus in this one. We all change. The world – the earth, all of nature, people and populations, the plants and animals, the universe – is in a constant state of change. When we run a business we need to recognise that nothing will ever stay exactly the same as it was yesterday. Sure, you might develop a system that really works, and you want it to repeat over and over again like a robot to get the best result every time. Sorry buddy, it doesn’t always happen like that.

Yes, I love systems and the repetition of processes to make business operations run smoothly and efficiently. I really love it! But to have an expectation of nothing within those elements changing is very foolish. Anyone who is a parent knows just how quickly things change as they watch their babies become toddlers and children and teenagers and then adults. It literally happens in the blink of an eye. There are imperceptible adjustments in the principle of small and slow solutions – change happens a little bit at a time, and this principle focuses on the fact that it happens all the time.

To honour this principle, we recognise that change is inevitable, and we should use it to our advantage. In the garden if we prune back a tree a little too hard, it’s ok, it will grow out again. Try something different next season. No matter what we do, it won’t last. That’s not said in a negative way, it’s just a fact of life that whatever we do will have its season, and then it will be time for something new. Respond to change with a keen curiosity. What will happen this month? Whether it’s good or bad, it’s ok, something else will change next.

To find out more about how to Permaculture Your Business, head on over to: https://evertrue.com.au/permaculture-your-business/

06/02/2023

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Permaculture Principle #11 - Use Edges and Value the Marginal.
To be able to understand how this works in business, you first need to understand it in nature. Consider a forest, and the variety of animals that live amongst the trees. Then, in the forest is a lake. In the lake, you will find an entirely new group of animals that live in the water. Now, consider the edge, where the lake meets the forest. Not only do the animals from the forest go to drink at the lake, and the animals in the water go to the shore for food or rest, but there is also a whole new group of animals that live in that edge. The mosquitoes that will be food for fish, the frogs, the microscopic organisms that thrive in the calm, wet, shallow edge. The edge is where the magic really happens.
In a garden, you will see this as you increase the linear edge of garden beds, lined with herbs or other companion plants, you will fit a great deal more along a wavy edge than a straight one. The edge is where the magic happens.
In business, what constitutes the edge for you? Perhaps that transition between marketing (making your customers aware of your product or service) and operations (the delivery of your product or service to them)? Or the transition from operations to finance (the money from your customer that keeps your business afloat)? Consider the magic that happens at each of those transitions? Or perhaps consider the edge when an apprentice becomes a fully qualified tradesman? Or where the office staff interact with the factory staff? At each of these edges, there is a clear transition from one to the other. A shift in the environment, and redirection of the perspective, a different process to be followed. This is where the magic happens. Explore it!
To find out more about how to permaculture your business, head over to: https://evertrue.com.au/permaculture-your-business/

23/01/2023

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Permaculture Principle #10 - Use and Value .
A principle that goes hand-in-hand with another, this one builds on the principle to integrate rather than segregate. Using and valuing diversity is an attitude that celebrates how different things are wonderful because they are different. In people, we love being unique, being different. To celebrate our diversity is to honour who we are both individually and collectively. There are times when people want to blend in, to be the same as everyone else, but too often this smells like peer pressure, conformism, and rarely ends well. Yes, we are all the same in many ways, and that’s a very good thing, but it’s our diversity that makes us interesting.

The same goes with plants in the garden, and most certainly in a business. We love and celebrate that two restaurants can exist next to each other and each of them attracts a different crowd, and they both thrive. Within a business, what works for one employee, or one customer, may not work for another. This should be recognised, honoured, even celebrated. We’re all different. The best marketing strategies will include different platforms or approaches at once, and thereby reaching a wider audience than just a uniform campaign. A business will offer several different options of products or services, so that the customer can experience the delight of making a choice according to their personal preference. Diversity is the spice of life, people, and business.

To find out more about how to Permaculture Your Business, head over to: https://evertrue.com.au/permaculture-your-business/

23/01/2023

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Permaculture Principle #10 - Use and Value .
A principle that goes hand-in-hand with another, this one builds on the principle to integrate rather than segregate. Using and valuing diversity is an attitude that celebrates how different things are wonderful because they are different. In people, we love being unique, being different. To celebrate our diversity is to honour who we are both individually and collectively. There are times when people want to blend in, to be the same as everyone else, but too often this smells like peer pressure, conformism, and rarely ends well. Yes, we are all the same in many ways, and that’s a very good thing, but it’s our diversity that makes us interesting.

The same goes with plants in the garden, and most certainly in a business. We love and celebrate that two restaurants can exist next to each other and each of them attracts a different crowd, and they both thrive. Within a business, what works for one employee, or one customer, may not work for another. This should be recognised, honoured, even celebrated. We’re all different. The best marketing strategies will include different platforms or approaches at once, and thereby reaching a wider audience than just a uniform campaign. A business will offer several different options of products or services, so that the customer can experience the delight of making a choice according to their personal preference. Diversity is the spice of life, people, and business.

To find out more about how to Permaculture Your Business, head over to: https://evertrue.com.au/permaculture-your-business/

16/01/2023

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Permaculture Principle #9 - Use small and slow solutions.
This is a principle that echoes from the first – to observe and interact. In this one, we look at how any changes we make should be incremental. Try a little adjustment, see how it responds, and then try a little more. To make big and wide-spread changes in a garden causes a lot of plant shock, it interrupts the flow of energy, and all of the natural consequences of the changes made are not always anticipated.

Same in a business. There’s a way of doing things, and if any positive change is to be lasting, it must be introduced by degrees. A small shift, a period of time to become accustomed to the new change, and then a gradual increase of the same if it works.

This could be applied in many situations. The one I’m thinking of now is to do with staff, and the way small changes can gradually shift the culture of how the tasks are approached and carried out. But more than that, this could be in making changes to your supply chain, or trialling a new method of delivering your product or service on a few selected customers before adopting it across all of them.

By using small and slow solutions, the process becomes less “start and finish” and more “continual progression” which is really what happens in all of us. We never “arrive” at a point where there’s nothing else we can improve, we always, all of us, are creatures of constant change in imperceptible ways. By honouring this principle of using small and slow solutions, it becomes a very deliberate intent to make that constant change in a positive direction.

To learn more about how to Permaculture Your Business, visit: https://evertrue.com.au/permaculture-your-business/

12/12/2022

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Permaculture Principle #8 - Integrate rather than Segregate.
Look at these ducks under the apricot tree. This is a great example of integrating animals with plants to help each other - the ducks eat the leaves and whatever fruit they can reach, and leave their poo to fertilise the tree.
In the garden, there has been wonderful synergies formed by planting different plants together. They help each other – like bigger plants providing shade for sun-sensitive plants, or attracting beneficial fauna, or being nitrogen-fixers in the soil that the next plants will use. The mono-culture of broad-scale farming is often frowned upon, as it deprives the elements from integrating with beneficial flora and fauna that could make their existence so much better.
If we look at people, we can often see that when people of different backgrounds, cultures, skills and perspectives, when they come together in a spirit of mutual respect and consideration, they will always come away with a better understanding, a higher appreciation, a more tolerant attitude, towards each other. It’s the same in the garden, it’s the same in business.
Management should always be approachable for staff. People – management, staff, customers – should mix freely and be familiar and friendly to each other. What else can we integrate rather than segregate? Perhaps we could have our staff trained in all the different areas of the business? Everyone has their own responsibility, of course, but to have a back-up person who knows what to do in case of an absent employee is a very wise move. Staff can be inter-changeable between departments, and gain a new appreciation for what is required for each role. Whatever we do, let’s mix!
To find out more about how to permaculture your business, head over to: https://evertrue.com.au/permaculture-your-business/

12/12/2022

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Permaculture Principle #7 - Design from Patterns to Details.
When needing to solve a problem in the garden, this principle teaches us to zoom out first. Take a look at the bigger picture before you start drilling down on the details. For example, an occurrence of leaf rot in one plant could be given the wrong treatment if the cause of the rot is not recognised. Is there an excess of water pooling at the base of the plant? Where is that coming from and why? Why are no other plants affected?
Patterns exist in nature in so many different ways it’s difficult to stop seeing them once you turn your pattern-radar on. When learning about permaculture, we learn to see how patterns exist from the broadest expanse of the universe, down to the way a single leaf is created.
In business, there will be countless problems. There are spot-fires that come up and need to be resolved right now. It’s easy to focus on the one at a time, because it’s there and screaming to be fixed, but it would be wise to step back, zoom out, and see what else is going on. How is this specific problem the result of a failure up-stream? What other problems are happening around this one? The concept of patterns is a fuzzy one to describe at the best of times, but in terms of problem-solving and intentional design, always start with the big picture, and slowly drill down until you get to the smaller details – never the other way around.
To learn more about how to permaculture your business, head over to: https://evertrue.com.au/permaculture-your-business/

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