Capacity Advocate

VIRTUAL ASSISTANT AND MENTOR
FOR YOUR VALUES-BASED BUSINESS

Only you know your capacity.

Let me help you create and maintain your sustainable capacity.
I offer specialised, budget-friendly virtual assistant packages,
one-on-one mentoring, small group workshops,
and digital resources for self-paced learning.

Hi, I’m Hollie.

I’m a capacity advocate who doesn’t do busy.
I am passionate about everyone
—women especially—having simplicity and sustainability in their business, and by extension, life.

Productivity is relative. It’s my mission to help and guide you to understand, create, and honour your ideal working capacity so you’re able to say no to things that don’t fit your business—or life—without thinking twice.

HOW I CAN HELP YOU

VIRTUAL ASSSISTANT

Need an extra pair of hands to protect your capacity? I can help you each week and alleviate the pressure.

MENTORING

Need to run an idea by someone, or get an objective opinion?
Pick me. We can work it out together.

WORKSHOPS

Live 90-Day Planning
Virtual Workshops
to help you thrive and protect your capacity with your 90-day goals.

RESOURCES

Planner pads, workbooks, and prints to help understand, create, and honour your ideal capacity.

TURN UP THE VOLUME

As if you don’t have enough things on your plate, here I am asking you to go and listen to my podcast.
Real life, real stories. Nothing outrageous. Just real life people (in business) doing productivity their way.

I am incredibly grateful to and acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation for the privilege of being custodian of the wonderous land I live, work, and play upon.

To the Wathaurong people of the Kulin Nation, the traditional owners of the land I was born and lived upon for 25 years, and return to often, thank you for sharing your beautiful country.

I pay my respects to their Elders past, present, and emerging, and extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander  people, and their continuing connections to land, sea, and community.

I acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded and that the land always was, and always will be, Aboriginal Land.