by Christine Kane Irony: As I started to write this article, I thought, “I’ll just go play one quick Sudoku game first.” I caught myself in the act and marched myself to my laptop. People who say that procrastination is about laziness are probably the same people who think that anorexia is about not eating […]
by Ali Brown Whenever I’m feeling stuck and want to attract new and better ideas or opportunities, I clean out my file cabinet. Yes. That’s one big secret! I clean out my file cabinet. Can’t explain exactly how it works, but it does. Just last week, I wanted to get back to working on my […]
YOU, as a female, as an entrepreneur can make a difference. Whether you start a revolution or touch one heart with your blog post, I have learned to never doubt that. And, today, you have an opportunity to move this revolution forward, to be a part of it, OUR revolution to free women.
by Jessica Sanders 2012 is shaping up to be the year of the entrepreneur. With so many Gen Y’ers pursuing their dreams, you may be wondering if it’s possible for you too. The answer to that is, yes. The better question is how you will transition from your 9-5 into your at home dream job. […]
A successful business owner uses both sides of the brain as she creates success. When you understand this, business gets a lot easier.
by Katie Matlack Women are the power users of social networking tools and usually make the health decisions for their families. So it makes sense that it’s women blogging–moms in particular–who are playing an important role bringing stories about important health issues to the world. I spoke with Deb Levine on the topic. Deb’s one […]
Networking effectively is a skill that can be learned. To improve your networking skills, remember that you’re building relationships based on trust.
by Christine Gallagher As social media and blogging have grown more and more popular, there’s been some talk about the demise of the lowly email newsletter, or e-zine. Once a staple of business owners using the Internet to market and promote their businesses, it seems that lately the thinking is that they’re not so important […]
by Alyssa Avant Most business owners take the time to make connections, but struggle to keep those new formed relationships thriving. While making the connection is important, staying connected is essential for business survival. I want to help you take your fresh connections and use them to make your business grow. Or maybe you just […]
by Ali Brown It pays to play to your strengths. But how do you pinpoint the areas that will increase revenue and earn you more money? Simple: by following Pareto’s Principle. Developed by Italian economist and sociologist Vilfredo Pareto, this short, simple rule states that 80% of our results come from 20% of our activity. […]