Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Urge to Splurge

Whether you are just starting out, or have been in business for a while, one of the most challenging decisions you face is when to reinvest in your business.  Most of the time you are looking at low investments, but there will be times when upping your game requires something more significant and risky.  So […]

Because You’re Amazing

Welcome to the Weekly Wrap Up! I really enjoy reading about people who bravely choose to just be who they are, finally deciding that they are self-worthy. In my searches for posts on the subject of authenticity, I had fun traveling down several rabbit holes. I find some of the best blogs, when I just […]

I’d Like to Walk a Mile in Your Shoes

We all have different stories, different paths in life, different challenges and victories.  It is our differences that make us unique and interesting.  But sometimes, in this heavily virtual world in which we live, it’s difficult to connect on a personal level.  I am writing this post, because I would like to change that. I […]

Keeping the Love Alive

Welcome to the Tip of the Week! Let’s be honest.  There are days when your business just sucks!  You are tired and frustrated, and wonder what the hell happened to doing what you love.  Yes, momma said there’d be days like this… To be honest, the best way to get out of a slump is […]

Living a Daily Leap of Faith

One of the most difficult parts of starting a business is having the patience, determination, and faith to get it to the point of profitability.  The overnight success is truly a myth.  When you hear stories about how someone’s blog went from 100 to 5,000 subscribers in a week, or how someone launched their first […]

Question of the Week – Feb 14, 2011

This week’s question is – Whether you are just starting out, or have been in business for a while, one of the challenging decisions you face is when to reinvest in your business. Most of the time you are looking at low investments, but there will be times when upping your game requires something more […]

Start-Up Do-Overs

Even if you have done it before, starting a business will come with its fair share of mistakes.  But mistakes are experiences from which you can learn the most.  Some of my best lessons have cost me the most money, but have been incredibly valuable.  If I could, would I take the chance to go […]