Weekend Break: Retreat at Glengarriff, West Cork

By |August 25th, 2015|

A fabulous review by Colette Sheridan, freelance journalist for the Irish Examiner who recently attended one of our popular A Woman’s Way retreat escape. So proud and so grateful to receive such remark.

CEILI Fitzgerald knows what women want — and it ain’t boot camp. Half Caymanian and half Irish, Ceili, who has a gentle, graceful […]

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Cork’s Evening Echo Job Profile piece

By |July 16th, 2015|

 I dared to quit my isle HR job…

Name:Ceili Fitzgerald

Age: 33

Lives: Rostellan, Midleton, Co. Cork

Job title: Business founder and owner at Dare to Live!

Salary bracket:I”m just starting out so everything is going into the business right now.

Education Background: BA Sociology, minor Psychology; and Msc in Human Resource Management

Hobbies: Piano and singing, writing, photography

Describe your job in […]

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Irish Tattler Magazine: Spring Events featuring Dare to Live!

By |June 29th, 2015|

                                                                                                  ‘Know Your Worth’ Cork & Galway
What […]

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A Very much alive Ceili helps to pen her own Obituary in Irelands IRISH TIMES

By |June 10th, 2015|

Others may have envied her but she felt stifled:
My Obituary is a column in which people are given the chance to write their own obituaries while they are still alive. Some may be famous, others not so much, and we plan to include self-written obituaries of Irish Times readers who feel up to the task […]

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Irish Connections Canada

By |May 3rd, 2015|

                  We were delighted this March to receive such a great spread in the Irish Connections – Canada Magazine for their Spring edition. It’s one of our primary goals to try and reach the North American market, especially the Irish Diaspora, Irish Expat and those who simply love Ireland! […]

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Network Cork ‘ambassadors’ helping new members develop their networking skills

By |February 12th, 2015|

Women are naturally more cautious than men when it comes to promoting their businesses, says Helen Wycherley, the president of Network Cork.

“They’ll be a friendly face when a new member joins, introducing them to the other women,” says Ms Wycherley. “Networking requires some training. It isn’t always something that women feel comfortable about.

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