Welcome to a fresh new quarter. That means the start of a totally new part of the year, and a fresh chance at discovering new parts of yourself and your business. Habits are what build up successes in our lives and businesses, and are the backbone of my day to day life as an entrepreneur. […]
Do you think the Wizard of Oz would have been nearly as popular if Dorothy had taken the advice of the Good Witch and followed the yellow brick road? Imagine the story line, “And so, Dorothy followed the yellow brick road and nothing happened. The end.” The book would have wrapped up after about twenty […]
Most small business owners know that working with a public relations firm can be an effective way to raise awareness for their business. Retaining a public relations firm can be more valuable and cost-effective than advertising. When a third party like a media outlet endorses your business, it can build credibility, as potential customers are […]
Four Very Cool Business Card Ideas for Inspiration The days of remembering which business card belongs to which face is outwardly dwindling; these days cards are made with colors that pop, pictures that are worth a thousand words, QR Codes and even follow up check lists. Here, for your inspiration are four very cool business […]
Collaborative workspaces are an innovative new way for entrepreneurs to approach business. Read how one woman created a coworking space in her community.
Looking for inspiration, words of encouragement, career advice or just a great read? Here are 10 of She Takes on the World’s top 10 books to read!
Whether you own a brick-and-mortar store, an ecommerce company, or use the web to promote other services, your website speaks volumes about your business. A poorly designed website with cheap-looking clip art and confusing navigation can turn off potential customers, because it gives the impression that you don’t care enough to create a high-quality site.The right web designer can help you create a website that gets noticed for all the right reasons, so here are some tips to help you navigate the process.
As 2011 approaches the need to reflect on both the goals accomplished in 2010 and those which have not yet been accomplished is here. Here is one illustration of how to not just make goals, but plan for completion and execute using a plan and an accountability partner.