As I sit here thinking about how epic the last 12 months have been, I’m blow away at all that OCD has achieved. I understand that reaching two years in business is a significant milestone in itself as many start-ups struggle to pass the first year, let alone venturing past the second.
Here is a snapshot of all that we’ve done and my key highlights.
August 2018
I was named as the Small Business Victoria Champion and had the opportunity to be interviewed about OCD.

We exhibited at Business Chicks 9 to Thrive and welcomed a wonderful group of new clients into our community.

September 2018
We introduced retainer packages at the request of our clients and their need for ongoing support.

October 2018
I headed to Cambodia with the team from Project Gen Z and discovered a whole new level of giving back

November 2018
I had my first podcast interview with Nordic Mums Podcast

December 2018
We introduced Christmas services and the Family Infrastructure package.

January 2019
We experienced the ‘Emmylou Effect’ first hand and welcomed her followers to the OCD community.

February 2019
We supported the Let’s Talk Women’s event in Brisbane and I had the pleasure of being the MC.

March 2019
I welcomed Alana to our team as our newest Life Assistant. We also hosted our first workshop in collaboration with Living Health Group.

April 2019
We gave back to our community with a prize of a $1000 Life Assistant package. We were excited when the winner with a busy mum based in NSW.

May 2019
Because I wasn’t busy enough I launched my public speaking website www.cgbmgmt.com.au

June 2019
We launched our YouTube Channel, and I was selected as the newest face of Business Victoria, representing OCD.

July 2019
We were featured in the Herald Sun sharing our school holiday tips.

And… breathe!

That is just a small snapshot of the last twelve months. I can’t even imagine what the next twelve will bring. But with you in our incredible community cheering us along I know, we can achieve anything we set out for ourselves and can create a society where we all get to live a life in control, feeling a little less overwhelmed and a little more OCD.