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Creative | Presenter | Strategic Community Leader

Hayley’s Message to You

"I love to inspire women to find their voice, to creatively express their wisdom and to complete their mission, their calling in life.
I call this Mastering Your Message.

"Too often we become paralysed with fear...fear of others...fear of ourselves...fear of failure or success.

"My calling is to help women to find their voice, to clarify their message, and to still that voice of fear by building confidence, developing new skills, challenging mindsets and fostering a heart-set of passion, which I do through the not-for-profit I founded,
Women Can International Inc."

"My strength lies in helping women to transform their ideas into reality, which I do through my business,
The Creaticians
."

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100 Women: 100 Facets of Wisdom Project

Inspiring 100 Women to Start a Wisdom Project
in Their Corner of the World

Do you value the wisdom you have gained from living life?

Have you been thinking to yourself, that maybe you should be sharing some of that wisdom with others?

Perhaps you have been told you should write a book or teach a class.

Maybe you've been thinking about starting a group to help other women who are going through a similar situation to one you've been through.

The important thing is to not ignore these life promptings...
respond now through the 100 Women: 100 Facets of Wisdom Project.

The truth is that most people feel fear when they consider starting something
even people who have great skills and experience. It is just a fear of the unknown.

The first step is to have a conversation about your ideas and make a plan.

The 100 women: 100 facets of wisdom project helps women in Western Australia connect and form partnerships to enhance cultural identity.

The project aims to instill a sense of purpose and hope for the future; encourage sharing of stories and personal wisdom, and achieve a brighter future for generations to come, through placing emphasis on:

family:
creating records of knowledge, family trees and lifestyles through writing books, keeping written and photo journals, recording recipes and how-to guides, scrapbooking and teaching children to value the world in which they live

community:
supporting community development projects that have a positive impact on the future of communities

career:
seeking opportunities in career pathways that are aligned with the concept of cultural identity

creativity:
being creative and innovative, looking for solutions to problems and combining strengths.

The project is an initiative of Hayley Solich who has a lived experience of
family breakdown, suicide, domestic violence, AOD, grief, financial hardship, homelessness, abuse, miscarriage and postnatal depression.

If you are a community group or individual who would like to start a project or have Hayley Solich come and speak to your group to inspire them to value their personal wisdom, please email Hayley.

Hayley is the Past Editor of these Magazines…One way she has facilitated the sharing of wisdom

Congratulations, Kath Mazzella OAM, 2018 Senior Australian of the Year (WA)

So very proud of and excited about Kath Mazzella OAM.  I have worked with Kath on her PR & Marketing for the past seven years to increase her public profile. I have also worked on ways to help her achieve her awareness and educational campaigns.  Kath has won the 2018 Senior Australian of the Year […]

Peri-Natal Mental Health Workshop – 30 November 2017

Post Natal Depression affects many women. Hayley will be sharing her story of Post Natal Depression at the WA Association of Mental Health Workshop on Peri-Natal Mental Health. Having post natal depression is such a difficult valley to walk through.  I compare it to where David writes, “Yey though I walk through the valley of […]

Hayley Solich presents at WAAMH Conference

Hayley co-presented at the WAAMH Conference on 13 July 2017 on the topic of Making the Lived Experience Meaningful in Mental Health – The Peer Workforce. The presentation showcased the North Metropolitan Health Service, Mental Health’s, peer workforce program, demonstrating how over the last 10 years the service has been engaging consumers and carers in the […]