Monthly Archives: January 2011

Question of the Week – Jan 31, 2011

This week’s question is – If you maintain a blog, you have a commitment to churn out valuable information on a regular basis. On those occasions when your words just won’t flow, what’s your best strategy for breaking free from writer’s block? Why should I join the discussion? Because this online forum is a great […]

Who Is Your Hero?

Throughout life, we are touched by significant figures, who cross our paths in big and small ways. When it comes to business, we all need heroes to motivate, drive, inspire, and lean on from time to time. I love to hear stories from entrepreneurs who have been dramatically impacted by someone special, so last week […]

Handling Criticism without Losing Your Cool

Welcome to the Weekly Wrap Up! I have to apologize for not being around much this month. I’ve been hard at work on a new project that I hope to share with you soon. As can happen sometimes, I set some really high goals for myself, and found that something had to give. But that […]

What makes you come alive?

From communications expert, Laura Petrolino, of Flying Pig Communications, a great post on the importance of infusing your marketing and sales plan with your passion.  This approach is essential to sharing the best of who you are with your audience.  (originally published on “Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come […]

Tip of the Week – Jan 26, 2011

The Power of the Space Between Your Ears You are what you think, and… You have the choice to think what you want, so… Be sure to want what you think. It’s that simple.

Question of the Week – Jan 24, 2011

This week’s question is – What single person has had the greatest impact on your business success to date, and why? Why should I join the discussion? Because this online forum is a great place for us to exchange ideas, learn from each other and network. My goal is to unite successful women entrepreneurs to […]

Turning Your “Oops!” Into Opportunity

Failure is a big part of learning to be successful in business.  Some of the most valuable lessons are learned when we stumble, fall, get back up, dust ourselves off, and ask, “What can I do better next time?” As I talked about in my post on the importance of transparency, this week I wanted […]