“Success is only temporary.”

Who’s this Pip Rae anyway?

Funny Story in my blog about this title.

Pip Rae is a social justice journalist, podcast producer and radio presenter with a background in criminal investigations and social justice advocacy.   She began writing 15 years ago as she journaled her way through PTSD and anxiety whilst undertaking therapy in CBT, mindfulness and post traumatic growth strategies.

Since returning from her life changing trip in New York on Boxing Day 2017, Pip created her radio show, The Hour to Empower and accompanying podcast Elements of Empowerment, wrote several books (still in development), built a Digital Podcast Station and writes an online publication called The Universal Issue after developing her FYID Kit.

Having lost herself in the roles of family and work Pip now works with her clients to avoid an identity crisis  and focuses on building confidence and characteristics that consistently recognise self worth.

Pip now leads conversations with business owners by creating a safe space for them to be themselves and tell the stories that build their personal brand and raise their business profile.

This is Me!


A bit about our Creative Director

my friends call me Pip,

loves being on location,

writer, journalist, feminist, advocate

mum to 4 kids, 20, 18, 13, 10.

mother to coeliac

daily coffee drinker x 2 (whitehorse)

grows organic heirloom chilli’s

loves the smell of mint

Thermomix owner and lover of lamb

owns a very expensive Tiffany & Co Coffee cup (NYC)

living in sydney, born in The Shire

grew up on a farm, had a pet ram called Rambo

loves laughing out loud and the board game Sequence

admires all women, champions all men, protects children

can’t live without a paper diary

wouldn’t mind learning the guitar


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