Monthly Archives: August 2011

Reflect Your Best in Business and Life

Performance Tip of the Week Most of what you do in business is a reflection of how you think about yourself. From your marketing messages to your interactions with customers, it’s important to regularly self-check and examine what you are conveying through your words and actions. Worrying about pleasing the whole world is a waste […]

Question of the Week – August 15, 2011

This week’s question is – Biggest Risk – Best Payoff Taking calculated risk is a large part of starting and growing a business, and it comes in many different shapes and sizes. If you are the type of person who cringes at the thought of taking chances, entrepreneurship will push you to stretch your wings […]

57 Creative Ways to Enjoy “ME Time”

Burning the candle at both ends consistently leaves you with only enough energy to operate at 50% or less. The best way to prepare to perform at peak levels when it counts is to take time off on a regular basis to rest, refresh and renew your mind, body and spirit. This is what I […]

A.W.E. Spotlight – Brave Entrepreneur

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 on Success 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 […]

3 Tips to Being a Business-Building Queen Bee

Performance Tip of the Week Are you spending the bulk of your time just trying to maintain the day to day operations of your business? If yes, then you are playing the losing role of a Worker Bee, and are holding yourself back from achieving significant business growth or success. The only way to truly […]

Question of the Week – August 8, 2011

This week’s question is – Creative Ideas for Getting the Most Out of “ME Time” Burning the candle at both ends consistently leaves you with only enough energy to operate at 50% or less. The best way to prepare to perform at peak levels when it counts is to take time off on a regular […]

How 64 Entrepreneurs Have Taken Leaps of Faith

Starting your own business can be a real journey in faith.  For most, you put yourself and your financial, emotional, and relationship future on the line. Some entrepreneurs can weather the storm, and others cry “Uncle” and throw in the towel too soon. Last week we wanted to know what makes the difference, and asked […]