Stepping Out Of The Classroom With Leanne Webster From Wild Gully

Stepping out of the mainstream education system and into the business world is equal parts daunting and exhilarating.

In today's episode, we are talking with one of our founding Your Wild Business students Leanne Webster who has created a community and connection in Bundaberg QLD with her wonderful business Wild Gully.



In this episode Leanne shares:

🌱Her personal journey from the four walls of a classroom into the limitless expanse of the wilderness
🌱The realities of running an early learning business
🌱The power of personal connection when growing a customer base
🌱 The importance of community collaboration when it comes to Nature Play
🌱 How our signature Your Wild Business Course influenced her journey

If you want a behind-the-scenes view into what it's like to start a Nature Play business or simply love a good story, this episode will leave you inspired and full of inspiration.


👉Guest Details

Leanne Webster is the owner and operator of Wild Gully Therapy & Nature Play in Bundaberg. Leanne takes pride in offering purposeful and developmentally appropriate nature play for children and families who love being outdoors. Build on those life skills, while creating adventures and friendships in a community of connection.




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