You’ve been at the same job or running the same business for quite a while now, and you’ve gotten known for the work you do. Yay!
While that strong personal brand has served you well and has made you a successful woman in business, it’s now feeling a bit restrictive. Why? Because you want to go into a different area. Continue reading “3 Steps To Rebrand Yourself When You Want To Pivot Into A New Area”
A limited liability company (LLC) is a popular business structure for startup businesses. LLCs are formed in accordance with state law and have the benefit of providing limited liability protection for the owners. Continue reading “10 Key Issues In Setting Up An LLC”
Not that long ago I read, “Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How To Build The Future” by Peter Thiel with Blake Masters. Within it, I found many insightful points and perspectives on entrepreneurship and technology. As a business owner myself, and someone who is looking to grow their team as one of the best in the industry, one quote rang especially true. Continue reading “Business Success Begins With Your Own “Special Forces” Team”
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I was crumpled up like a ball in the corner of our bathroom floor, sobbing, holding another negative pregnancy test. Continue reading “Three Valuable Business Lessons Infertility Taught Me”
Speaking of stories, on January 3, 1977, Apple was incorporated. While their story began prior, that date will always be remembered. A couple of guys in a garage with nothing more than passion and intellect literally changed the world. Continue reading “What Will Your Story Be?”
The wandering mind seems to be a pervasive trait of the human condition. Our insatiable appetite for information and entertainment initiates constant internal chatter and sensory distractions that lead to a loss of focus — derailing attention, energy, motivation, and sometimes health. It’s no secret that living in sensory overload impedes us from being and manifesting our best. Continue reading “6 Ways To Manifest Your Dreams Using The Power Of Your Brain”
Did you know that there are several companies who give their customers free money?
In fact, giveaways are one of the most effective ways to get prospective customers to become actual customers.
After all, isn’t it a bit more enticing for you to join a website or sign up for an offer if there’s a cash prize involved?
Think about all the cash you’re offered that you probably push to the side, thinking “there’s got to be a catch”.
$100 for signing up for a new credit card, or an easy $5 for signing up for a website?
Guess what? All of these offers on this list are 100% legit, and will give you free cash, no job or detailed tasks required. Continue reading “How To Get Free Money: $7312 Giveaway By 49 Companies”
It’s 2017: If your small business doesn’t have a website, it may as well not exist. It’s common knowledge at this point that one of the first steps in establishing yourself in your field is to secure a website. Continue reading “Why Every Small Business Needs A Website: Your Company’s Most Valuable Marketing Tool”
You’re so busy at work, but your boss and colleagues keep piling more work on you. What do you do? How do you just say “no” without getting fired or labeled as not a team player?
I think as women, we’re more likely to have trouble saying no than men. If you take a look at some research, you’ll find this is actually true. Continue reading “5 Ways To Say No At Work – Infographic”
Small business owners are all about achieving new goals for 2017—and they think new technology will help them get there. The majority of small business owners polled in the report The Business Relevance of IT in the SMB Market say technology is a primary or secondary factor in reaching their business goals and priorities. Continue reading “Measuring Technology ROI For Your Small Business”