Before Lorraine Lea, Rachell Mudie of Victoria was juggling a full-time accounts job, coaching netball teams and ferrying her three kids to all their sporting commitments. She and her husband, who is a shift worker, rarely had time together and her lack of strong career direction had her stuck in a rut. Today, at the head of a successful team of female business owners, Rachell has the flexibility to be with her busy family and the fulfilling career she didn't know she needed.
If one of your plans is to spend more time with family, or to have the freedom to dictate when you work, it's time to consider starting your own Lorraine Lea business. Lisa, from WA, made exactly that decision and has come a long way in just 12 months.