365 Women

365 Days

365 Stories

365 Women

365 Days

365 Stories

Beginning on International Women’s Day 2019, SheCan365 will bring you a daily interview with an inspirational woman in business.

Told in exactly 365 words, each story will celebrate a female entrepreneur whose superpower is showing up every day – making the world a better place for it.

Ginette’s story: Day 341

Ginette White MAR, Founder of Waltham Forest Reflexology Helping clients to relax, improve their sleep, manage stress and navigate their life obstacles through complementary therapies and lifestyle changes Growing up in England, Iran, Venezuela and then England again,...

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Kerry’s story: Day 340

Kerry Scorah, Magician Close-up, sleight-of-hand performances which mix magic and comedy to leave audiences spellbound! As a young girl growing up in Hull, I used to watch Paul Daniels and Debbie McGee performing magic tricks together on the telly. I became enthralled...

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Antonia’s story: Day 339

Antonia Mungai, Founder of The Cheshire Soap Company, The Cheshire Soap School and Be Blessed Handcrafted natural soaps made with the finest oils, butters and botanicals for the ultimate bathing experience I’m a logical person and I like maths and science, but I also...

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Ellen’s story: Day 338

Ellen Cole, Owner of Little Seed Group Award-winning marketing, PR and social media services that help businesses to grow, blossom and thrive My careers advisor was the first person to suggest I had dyslexia. She spotted something in the way I expressed myself with...

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Angy’s story: Day 337

Angy Tsafos, Founder of The NET Life Nurturing and empowering women through various techniques such as coaching, reiki and NLP so they can thrive in life After many years as a successful consultant in banking, I felt that there was something missing in my life. I was...

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Ali’s story: Day 336

Ali Groschl, Founder of smARTsy On a mission to make the art of glass fusion accessible to all I was a primary school teacher for 22 years – having come relatively late to the profession aged 27. I absolutely loved my career and had the pleasure of teaching in a...

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Sarah’s story: Day 335

Sarah Aird-Mash, Founder & CEO of Together Equal A not-for-profit venture selling conversation cards to generate income for small charities supporting victims of domestic violence I am a director of marketing strategy by trade – working alongside my husband at his...

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Lisa’s story: Day 334

Lisa Johnson, Freedom and Success Coach Helping ambitious entrepreneurs to create successful businesses - specialising in passive income, strategy and mindset In just over three years, I’ve gone from being a struggling mum with toddler twins and a £30,000 debt to...

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Caroline’s story: Day 333

Caroline Syson, Founder of Pocket PA A one-stop powerful business tool helping solopreneurs run their small business on the go as they work When my 19-year-old daughter Megan told me in 2017 she wanted to work for herself, I was elated but also panic-stricken as to...

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Alison’s story: Day 332

Alison Darby, Owner of Alpha Mortgages A fully advised, mortgage, protection and insurance service with a combined team experience of more than 70 years I was a building society manager by the age of 27. Around having a family, I worked as a mortgage adviser for three...

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Anita’s story: Day 331

Anita Barzey, Founder of Motivate Me Tutors and an Independent Travel Consultant at The Holiday Fixer An inspirational and versatile entrepreneur operating within the education and travel sectors I was born prematurely, but had no issues with my sight until I was 10....

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Eleanor’s story: Day 330

Eleanor Howie, Founder of Valiant Lingerie A luxury lingerie brand designed for women who have had mastectomies  My mum and aunt (mum’s younger sister) both had breast cancer by the time they were 31. In mum’s case, she had it a second time when pregnant with my...

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Meet The Team


Michelle and Christian Ewen are seasoned storytellers whose interviewees range from music, film and TV stars to politicians and everyday heroes.

Michelle began writing true life stories for the national press aged 20. A decade later, she moved into PR – successfully enlisting Stephen Fry to back an award-winning NHS campaign challenging stigma.

Having helped hundreds of people to share their lived experience of mental health, Michelle then joined forces with her husband Christian (also a talented journalist, PR specialist and publisher) to create Write on Time Ltd. As both teachers and protectors, they gain valued recognition for their happy clients – building confidence and progressing their business journey.

From primetime Channel 4 shows to ITV’s ‘This Morning’, Michelle and Christian have placed their clients’ products and services on national TV and the radio, as well as in print and online media.

The duo’s ability to craft compelling stories makes them formidable award entry writers, who have a four in five success rate – achieving either a finalist placing or win.

Your Host

Helen Pritchard is a woman on a mission to make £1m in 365 days, but back in 2008 she was heavily in debt and a single mum of two who struggled with anxiety. LinkedIn became a lifeline – allowing her to network for free from home and grow a digital marketing agency which she then ran for 10 years.

Having identified her true passion while teaching individuals and businesses how to find leads on LinkedIn, she made the leap to close her agency and fully focus on helping others.

Only two years later, she now makes a six-figure turnover offering a flagship group training programme known as ‘LinkedIn Mastermind’; an online ‘LinkedIn Bootcamp’ course (dubbed the ‘Netflix’ of LinkedIn training); and a £99 offering for anyone who wants to get known for their ‘thing’.

With a 40,000-strong community of devotees, Helen’s latest venture is to create a ‘What Would Helen Do?’ membership group for those action-takers who are ready to not only go from A to B, but to skip a few steps and go straight to H!

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