Category Archives: She Owns It

Dealing with Conflict at Work and Beyond by @bedeliciousnow

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by Tracy Goodwin Lot’s of people don’t speak their truth. What I mean by that is not that they go around lying, I don’t mean that at all. I mean, they hesitate to say their thoughts, feelings, needs and wants, the likes of that. The reasons are many but what I find is that a…

3 Mistakes to Avoid In Your Transition from Corporate to Entrepreneurship by @prolificliving

by Farnoosh Brock “Everything is possible. The impossible just takes longer.” ~Dan Brown Somewhere around year six of my 11-year career in corporate, something started to go wrong. I started to feel dissatisfied, bored, unchallenged, frustrated and plain miserable. Let’s just say that was odd for the ambitious, enthusiastic in-love-with-corporate gal that I used to…

Five Steps To Building An Email List by @toninelsonbiz

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by Toni Nelson | Featured Contributor I deal with a lot of service based businesses who are either just starting out or they are established. By the time they start to work with me most already have their websites set up. When I do a review of their website the one thing that sticks out…

How to Shine in a Media Interview: 6 Tips for Success by @wsrapport

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by Karima Mariama-Arthur | Featured Contributor If you’re preparing for a media interview (to include newspaper, radio, or television), there are 6 key things you need to know if you want to shine—I mean really shine—during your big debut. There are numerous opportunities for media coaching and if you have the time and budget, I…

7 Sins of Social Media by @MyOfficeBooks

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by Amanda Hoffmann | Featured Contributor When it comes to social media, more small business owners are becoming aware of it’s importance. However, many struggle to find their audience or get results. Let me solve this problem by sharing the 7 sins of social media and what you can do about it. 1. We “Do”…

Fooled by Passive Income Promises

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by Monika Beck Seems like you can’t swing a Fendi purse without running into someone claiming passive income riches. When you look closer you find that nothing is passive about passive income. Some of the hardest working people are those paddling the passive income lifestyle. The best known internet marketers are ALWAYS working on a…

Happy House Happy Life: Tips On Decluuttering by @simple_decor

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  by Maria Brittis | Featured Contributor I don’t know about you, but I’m not fond of clutter. I cringe when I see things laying around my house, car or office! I love a organized home! Cleaning and organizing is very therapeutic for me. If your place needs to be decluttered and you keep putting it…

Effectively using Accountability Partners for Business Results by @lisaillman

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 by Lisa Illman | Featured Contributor You hear it often when it comes to exercise and losing weight; have an exercise partner who shares your same desire to be fit and healthy. But can this concept also be applied to your business or career? Absolutely! I have always had a partner who knows my with my…

How Never Good Enough Increases Rejection

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by Rachel McDermott | Featured Contributor It was painful to watch. One of the chefs on Chopped, Chef Insecure (not his real name), was totally down on himself. He heard his Dad in his ear, “You’ll never make it. You’re not good enough.” He second and triple-guessed himself. His nerves and fears of failure were…

Be Selfless, Not Selfish: Take a Break by @ArtistThink

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by Carrie Brummer | Featured Contributor One of the largest obstacles I hear from people interested in trying the arts is a lack of time. They are wrong. It’s not that we don’t have free time, it’s how we choose to use it that’s the problem. We feel guilty and selfish if we take time for…