Yes you can cancel whenever you want. Once cancelled, your membership will finish at the end of that month.
We have organised co-working sessions on four days per week. You can come to as many as you want for as long as you want. We pop onto Zoom, have a chat and then set our intention on what we are going to work on. Half way through, we have a tea break, do a bit of networking and you can get business support and advice from us and the rest of the Vaultinies. You get so much more done working together and it holds you accountable for getting those hard-to-do tasks off your list and finished!
We really love the idea of time blocking our diary, journalling, writing our blog etc, but we don't often get it done as they all slip down the priority list. To combat this, we meet twice a week at 0700 CET for 30 mins. We journal for 10 mins, time block for 10 mins and then finish with a 10 min writing or reading activity. It is an amazing way to set yourself up for the day.
We will constantly get feedback from all our members for what specific training you need. We will source the best experts out there because, while they are normally expensive, as a group, we can afford them.
Yes but not for you! Whatever price you join at, will be the same price for the life time of your membership. - it will never increase.
We have an amazing expert in the Vault each month and, although coming to a training event live is the most ideal scenario, we also know how life can sometimes get in the way. All training events will be recorded and placed in the membership area so you can watch them as soon as you have time.
Natasha and Clodagh met while studying law at university in London in the 1990s. They soon discovered that they had a huge amount in common, complementary skills (Natasha: adaptability and creativity, Clodagh: structure and accountability) and became study buddies. Both ended up working in Human Resources and went on to study a Masters in People Development together. Natasha followed her heart and moved to Madrid to be with her now husband and Clodagh stayed in the UK and worked in a range of HR and learning roles in international professional services. Following her move to Madrid, Natasha got the entrepreneurial bug and set up several successful businesses in the education sector, mainly focused on providing education solutions to individuals (B2C), (LETS Education) which she still continues to oversee today. Clodagh couldn’t resist the pull of Spain and ended up following Natasha to Madrid several years later, initially running her own coaching and training business. In 2018, Clodagh joined forces with her business partner Marisa to set up an international people development consultancy focused on providing solutions to companies (B2B) (Live your Brand).
Natasha and Clodagh have worked together on many projects and have brought all their skills together to offer training and our Membership program to ensure other women with businesses abroad have the support, network and financial opportunities that growing their businesses has given them.