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Tegan Mathews Website Blog - How I overcame being afraid of childhood memories

How I overcame being afraid of childhood memories

By Tegan Marshall

As a young adult, I used to have only a handful of childhood memories. It was like there was a huge void between age six and age twelve. Even the basic things that most kids remember like learning to ride a bike, or going on holidays, or what it was like at school…gone! A therapist…

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Tegan Mathews website Blog – How a non-techie ended up owning two website

How a non-techie ended up owning two website companies

By Tegan Marshall

For years I have struggled with technology. In school, although it was a co-ed school, it was the boys who got the first choice on the computers when they arrived and I guess I just didn’t bother fighting it. Although now days, I wish I had because without understanding technology and feeling comfortable with it,…

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Tegan Marshall Blog Post on how a little red dress started her first business

How a little red dress started my first business

By Tegan Marshall

Born out of necessity. Here’s how a little red dress started my first business. As a teenager needing to survive, this was the beginning of my entrepreneurial journey. Having to support myself from a very young age due to failed parenting and the overcrowded foster care system. (You can read about my personal story in the book…

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Tegan Mathews Website Blog - Creating an exclusive fitness studio business

Creating an exclusive fitness studio business

By Tegan Marshall

One of the blessings of my childhood I will be forever grateful for was the opportunity I was given the opportunity to try ballet. Little did I know it would eventually lead to me owning my own business in the fitness industry years later. I absolutely loved ballet and won a scholarship within my first…

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