Category: She Owns It

5 Tools to Help You Understand Your Customer Better by @rakheeghelani

Rakhee Ghelani | Feature Contributor What do my customers want? This is a question asked by most business owners at some point in time or another. Whilst it isn’t always easy to work out, there are tools that can help you understand your customer better. 1. Your Ears Yes you read that one correctly, simply […]

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What a Wimpy Kid Can Teach You About Blogging by @weblogbetter

Kiesha Easley | Feature Contributor Every blogger should blog like Rowley…. You know Rowley.  He was Greg Heffley’s friend in “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” who wasn’t ashamed of his “Mommy & Me” T-shirt or his purple “Joshie” bike.  In a way, yes, Rowley was rather goofy – yet because he was completely unafraid of […]

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5 Tips to Remain Accountable in Business by @tiffulcher

by Tiffany Fulcher | Feature Contributor Entrepreneurs are typically highly creative types. Our ideas can sometimes have ideas and left to our own thoughts we can have strong variations of extremes.  Left alone with only our thoughts we can easily find ourselves out of balance, lacking diversity, and differences in perspective. As an entrepreneur with […]

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How to Rock at Marketing (and Still Like Yourself in the Morning) by @ChristineG

by Christine Gallagher When you hear the word “marketing,” how does it make you feel? If you’re like many business owners, it doesn’t exactly cause you to jump for joy. Why? Because for so long, it has conjured up images of the sleazy used car salesman trying to get you to buy something you don’t […]

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Now Soliciting Donations: Three words that don’t have to make you cringe. by @BessandEvies

by Kalen Ruiz | Feature Contributor This week at the store, we held a Trunk Show for an organization called WORN. WORN is a business of Catholic Charities of Fort Worth whose mission is to provide refugee women living in the US a supplemental source of income. They sell scarves and other accessories that are […]

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The Six Biggest Hiring Mistakes Women Entrepreneurs Make by @DarcieHarris

by Darcie Harris You’re hiring!  I hope that means congratulations are in order.  You’re hiring your first employee.  Or you’re adding a new position. Or you’ve finally pulled the plug on an unproductive employee.  Pat yourself on the back for whatever led to this moment (as well as for adding jobs to our economy!). But […]

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Busy Is Bullsh—er, for the Birds

  Teaching ballroom dance is some of the best psychological training on the planet. You wouldn’t think it, but working with people in such a physical and personal way leads to very personal conversations, much like my current work. One of the most important things I learned during my time as a dance teacher is […]

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Entrepreneurship: Thinking Beyond Six Figures

  by Erica Wiley As a little girl ran towards the street, I caught her in my arms and held her while she cried quietly. Out on the road past my driveway, the contents of a house lay strewn. Furniture, torn boxes, broken dishes, papers and toys spill out over the curb. My neighbor and […]

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5 Critical Elements to Grab Your “Peace” of Success by @dancinmoma

  by Pamela McCormick | Feature Contributor “Peace”, defined (from the Merriam-Webster Online Student Dictionary) A state of quiet; especially: freedom from public disturbance or war Freedom from upsetting thoughts or feelings Harmony in personal relations To be successful, to generate ideas that reach a specific audience, I believe a focused mindset will allow you […]

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Take 5 Minutes To Find Out If You Should Charge More!

by Kelly McCormick | Feature Contributor Could This Be You? “I’m not making enough money!”  Who hasn’t uttered that statement once or twice? Here’s the thing. If you’re doing a lot of work, without seeing a significant increase in your bank balance, you could be undercharging. You’re Not Alone In my experience there are many […]

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