My mission is to bring liked minded people together in surprising, fun and nourishing ways to build and broaden their skills in the area of business strategy, digital marketing, personal productivity, self awareness and courage. I believe in leaps of faith, choosing courage over comfort and afternoon naps.
Kylie loved school. But in Grade 3 Mr Green wrote on her school report ‘Kylie talks too much in class.’ Implying it was a bad thing! Little did he know this would become her strength and make her a perfect candidate to become an executive coach, digital marketer and personal development advocate.
Today, she wholeheartedly embraces her love of a good chat and help brands and the people behind them create their vision, build their foundations, manage their business, embrace social media communities and take care of themselves in the process. She gets immense joy from connecting wholehearted kin together and making new friends.
With 18 years of online sales, web project management, digital and content marketing for leading Australian brands behind her, she now coaches creative, curious and entrepreneurial businesses interested in starting, evolving or organising their approach to content marketing and social media in a fun, empowering, creative and practical way, through her business Of Kin, which she founded in 2013.
The thing that gets me out of bed each morning is the idea of inspiring people to think more about things that matter to them, and building their courage to do something about it. My ultimate mission is to move people.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons)(Psychology & Sociology), Masters in eBusiness and Communication and is a certified Executive Coach (IECL) and Wellness Coach (Wellness Coaching Australia). Throughout 2016 she studying to become an accredited Brené Brown Daring Way and Rising Strong facilitator.
She also has a passion for wellbeing, photography (12,843 iPhone photos and counting), positive psychology, good chai (Calmer Sutra all the way), slow, the bespoke and handcrafted, the thoughtfully designed, and is feverishly experimenting to perfect the green smoothie. She also happens to be a qualified fitness instructor and takes group fitness classes for pregnant and post-natal women.
In 2014 Kylie co-authored Add All To Cart: 1003 questions to ask when building an ecommerce store, and in 2015 launched two online courses (#ContentKin and #The Time) with her biz bestie.
Kylie in 2016, at the request of her publisher she took the leap to take The Leap Stories blog series, and turn it into a book. She also realised a dream she'd been harbouring for over 20 years to produce her own premium diary, resulting in a limited edition, lovingly handmade in Melbourne production run of Days of Possible.
She believes you should always buy the shoes.