This Goddess Means Business
Award-winning businesswoman and MAFS star Ms Jewel is a former life coach, relationship expert and author. After releasing two previous books she says her third book, This Goddess Means Business, focusses on teaching effective marketing skills for entrepreneurs and how to channel your inner goddess!
"I've always been a passionate creative and my work was put on hold while filming MAFS, now I am able to share my knowledge of marketing and public relations to business savvy people, while also supporting my women empowerment. Proceeds of my book will go towards the Momentum Forum Events Kiss Violence Against Women Goodbye."
Many businesses and companies invest significant amounts of money in their marketing and expect solid, quantifiable results from their people. Having being in marketing for many years Ms Jewel's book guides readers to think about the simple principles that work to achieve any communication objective in a logical and uncomplicated way.
Proceeds of the sale of each book will be donated to Kiss Violence Against Women Goodbye.
Interview with Tracey Jewel
Tracey Jewel is an author, professional speaker, awarded businesswoman (marketing, communications, strategy), reality TV star (Marriage at First Sight), and, above all else, a mother. Tracey is a victim and survivor of domestic violence and an ambassador for Kiss Violence Against Women Goodbye. Tracey is extremely passionate about being a positive role model for women.
After appearing on the Oprah Winfrey Show and am a regular presenter for the Mind Body Spirit and Everywoman Expos. A regular writer for a number of magazines and blogs, and the author of the highly successful book, The Goddess Within.
Tracey is a tech savvy, marketing queen, you can find Ms Jewels very own marketing program here. This Goddess Means Business – Master Your Marketing is an experience that is simple to follow, easy to do, and will ignite the growth of your business.
Question: Can you tell us about your new book, This Goddess Means Business?
Tracey Jewel: My book was written for women in small businesses. In the book, I teach external marketing principles and how to master your mindset. It isn't just a book, it's an experience, that is simple to follow, easy to do and will ignite growth in business. Through my experience over the years, I have developed solid marketing strategies and ways to get clear about ideal clients, but it all starts with your confidence and mindset.
Question: What do you hope readers take from This Goddess Means Business?
Tracey Jewel: How to combat challenges in business! This book is not only full of insight into marketing do's and don'ts, it's an opportunity to open your mind to new ideas and explore concepts that will empower you and your business, oh and also find your goddess within.
Question: What inspired the book, This Goddess Means Business?
Tracey Jewel: I have been writing for years, my blog and online articles. I love to keep my mind active by writing and many of my online followers really inspired me to write this book. I wanted to share my knowledge and show women how to find their goddess within.
Question: What did you learn about yourself whilst filming Married At First Sight?
Tracey Jewel: How truly strong I am. Learn to be true to yourself, ignore criticism. Learn to grow from your experiences, each and every one.
Question: What advice do you have for someone who wants to audition for the next season of Married At First Sight?
Tracey Jewel: Be authentic. If you would like to go on a reality TV show like Married At First Sight, do it for the right reasons. I really enjoyed my experience and made the most of it. Remember to stay true to yourself and you'll do great.
Question: How do you hope to be a positive role model for women, Australia wide?
Tracey Jewel: I am a really passionate advocate for my ambassador role for Friends with Dignity. As an ambassador, you are on the front line for helping others. You become a voice for the voiceless, and a leader for the all the women who are unable to lead themselves through hardship. I'm hoping that I make a difference.
Question: Can you share your mantra, with us?
Tracey Jewel: I have two! My mantra is very simple and I start each day with the question: How can I share love and compassion for myself and others today?
And I love the Maya Angelou quote "People will forget what you say, but they will always remember how you made them feel."
Question: What's a typical day like, for you?
Tracey Jewel: There is no typical day for me! I start with coffee, that's a must... I love to hit the gym almost every morning. I make time for my little girl Grace each day. I am constantly on the road whether it be writing my books, in business meetings, flying or catching up with my friends and family. I am always on the run and always working.
I make sure I write every day, whether it's in my notes or pen to paper I make sure I get it all out. At night time, I am always keen on a solid 8 hours and some recovery time.
I will throw on a clay mask from Antidote Essentials... They keep my skin fresh and because I wear make up every day so this is MUST for my skin. Then I watch a Ted talk before bed (every night). Then I do it all again.
Question: What's next, for you?
Tracey Jewel: I am currently coming off my book tour and I hope to get some downtime with my daughter, family and partner to recharge for the second half of the year, stay tuned!
Interview by Brooke Hunter