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3 Easy Steps to an Expert-Based Business

by Cheryl Garrison So you want to start a business but you’re not sure what type of business to start and how to get it started. You’re not alone. I get tons of inquiries from women, especially those over 50, who are ready to assert their independence and become their own boss but can’t seem […]

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Mompreneurs Educating Kids by @SBSLEducSoltns

  So, you’re a mom with a business …   … & you want them to understand your why .    Aspirations   You’re already the CEO, COO, & CFO of your household. Yet, you desire to create a legacy, being remembered as more than just a mom-preneur who provides a product/s, service/s, or specialized knowledge […]

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5 Secrets For Creating More Shareable Content by @lucyrk78

by Lucy Render-Kaplan | Featured Contributor  Social media has already done more for marketers and sales teams than traditional marketing can do, and in less than half the time. Not only can social drive people to your website (or any landing page you’d like them to visit, really!) but it exposes you to people around […]

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5 Ways Brands Can Make the Most Out of Instagram Stories by @lucyrk78

by Lucy Render-Kaplan | Featured Contributor  Instagram stories can be gold for marketers looking to reach a higher number of people on one of the fastest-growing social platforms. Stories keep viewers on the platform longer, meaning that brands have the opportunity to keep a captive audience on their page longer. Not only that, but Stories […]

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Leadership’s Many Flavors by @SBSLEducSoltns

Leading from the Front with Four   Ground Floor : Leadership & Management   It’s nearing mid summer in the northern hemisphere; recently, we celebrated national Ice Cream Day! Many have favorite flavors of this delish dessert; this holds true for leadership, too.   Paraphrasing a Supreme Court justice: ‘We know leadership when we see […]

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How To Run Your Business Like a Pro… in One Step by @lindsaybgomez

by Lindsay Gomez Your business is real, right? So start acting like it. Act as if you’re building a global enterprise or an 8-figure organization… something that feels slightly scary and out of reach but also gets your heart fluttering with excitement. Yes, you know the feeling. Follow it and get clear on what your […]

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Education … School(ing) … & Degree Signaling by @SBSLEducSoltns

Dissecting the Differences     Remember ‘synonyms’ & ‘antonyms’?   Let’s revisit 2 words from our common past in a primary (‘K’-’5’) classroom. Our teachers very likely taught us that a synonym’s definition = this ; whereas, an antonym’s = this. Many graduates would admit, being authentic & unguarded, that much of what they learned […]

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Confidence, Clarity and Taking Action Steps by @XLConsultingGro

by Elaine Slatter | Featured Contributor Entrepreneurs who spend a lot of time working in isolation can easily lose their confidence, clarity and then taking action steps is more difficult.  Why is that?  Often that voice in our head becomes very negative and convinces us not to be bold, not to take risks, not to […]

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Potential Power Lies in Your Personality by @SBSLEducSoltns

( A walk in the personality ‘park’ under temperament ‘trees’ & social style ‘leaves’  ) Personalities.   We all have one. And we know others do, too. Far from an earth shattering observation, mind you.  Yet, why do so many entrepreneurially minded pros, whether in a sales role, running a micro or small business, or […]

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The Fine Art Of Leaning Into Environments In The Workplace, Even When It’s Difficult By @ANGEKYOUMATTER

by Angela Kambouris | Featured Contributor Workplace conflict is on the rise. Whether it be with colleagues, clients, bosses, or navigating work relationships, you need to use your voice rather than avoid these situations. When you don’t speak up, you remain trapped in your conflict. At times, conflict is needed. Many humans skirt the chance to […]

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