Monthly Archives: November 2010

How Do You Have Your Holiday Cake and Eat It Too?

With the Holidays fast approaching, I asked the following question last week: “The last two months of the year are extra challenging to the entrepreneur, who not only has to run her business, but also shop, cook, entertain and track Santa with GPS. How do you enjoy the holidays without letting your business suffer?” It […]

Tips to Better Blogging – Weekly Wrap Up

There are weeks when my writing flows incredibly well and fast, and others when I struggle to put my thoughts on paper. That can pose a challenge when you are committed to writing a lot for your business and for others. This week I sought out helpful tips to smooth out the writing process as […]

Question of the Week – Nov 8, 2010

This week’s question: The last two months of the year are extra challenging for the entrepreneur, who not only has to run her business, but also shop, cook, entertain and track Santa with GPS. How do you enjoy the holidays without letting your business suffer? Why should I join the discussion? Because this online forum […]

Lionesses Are Taking the Lead in Business

Women have often been compared to lionesses.  Like the elegant cat, women are hunters and defenders within the “Pride” and understand that there is power in numbers.  Lionesses are responsible for bringing home the bacon (or a take-out Zebra dinner) and tending the den.  It’s a big job. Women, like lionesses, take on roles of […]

Tip of the Week – Nov 10, 2010

Accept the fact that not everyone is going to like you and move on.

Being a Killer Without Sacrificing Who You Are

Do you crave success?  Are you unwilling to settle for mediocrity in your life and career?   If you answered yes to both questions, what are you doing about it?  Anything? Recap – In my previous post, A Killer Instinct Can Still Be Pretty, I addressed the issue of the killer instinct in women, traditionally […]

Entrepreneurs, why do you do what you do? – Q&A

Entrepreneurs come in all shapes, sizes and colors. Despite the many different types, they all joined the ranks and do what they do every day for powerful reasons. Last week I asked the question – “Entrepreneurs, why do you do what you do? What is your motivation to sacrifice willingly, invest completely and risk everything?”

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