Monthly Archives: May 2011

41+ Must-Read Business Books for Solopreneurs

As a business owner, it is important to always keep learning in order to keep growing your business.  One way to accomplish this goal is by reading great business books.  I certainly have my top picks (my latest favorite is Carol Roth’s, The Entrepreneur Equation), but last week we wanted to know about yours, and […]

A.W.E. Spotlight – Where Did the Money Go?

In an effort to always bring you the latest and greatest information, I am happy to present another installment of our Advisory of Women Entrepreneurs Spotlight interview series. We designed this series to, not only showcase our community of amazing women entrepreneurs, but to also share their best tips, strategies and insights for wanna-be and established […]

How a Little Mud Can Lead to a Fresh Perspective

Tip of the Week – May 4, 2011 If you have been feeling blue with the dredges of winter too slowly receding, and spring rain just making everything muddy, then it’s time to breathe some sunshine into your life with a fresh perspective. Just like the weather, your business goes through muddy seasons too.  How […]

Women, It’s Time to Stand Up and Count!

I just finished reading an amazing new book entitled, Women Count: A Guide to Changing the World by Susan Bulkeley Butler, the first female partner of Anderson Consulting (now Accenture). This relatively small book packs a big punch, and has risen to the top of my recommended business books for women entrepreneurs. It was Gandhi who […]

Question of the Week – May 2, 2011

This week’s question is – Must-read Business Books for Solopreneurs: As a business owner, one of the biggest tasks is your continuing education. Whether you have a formal degree under your belt or not, you must keep learning in order to keep growing. There are a myriad of business books on the market, some new […]

6 Tips to Outsource to a Diamond in the Rough

When it comes to outsourcing, I would prefer to hire really talented people who are just starting a business, (1) because I love to help hard-working startups build their business, and (2) I like to have a list of cost-effective, go-to people to recommend to my clients. Whenever you outsource to start-up, the question is […]