6 Most Annoying Myths about Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders

6 Most Annoying Myths about Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders

Women in business still face prejudices and clichés that their male counterparts don’t have to deal with. The good news is that many of these myths are already dying. Changing attitudes and new opportunities are giving female entrepreneurs and business leaders a chance to shine. As much as times have changes, there are some persistent myths that simply refuse to go away. Here are a few of those that need to be addressed and debunked pronto. Myth 1: Women are Not Leaders by Nature This is probably the worst of all claims because it states that leadership is not a

Why Attend Class For Something You Can Research On Your Own

Why Attend Class For Something You Can Research On Your Own

I recently started a business. I have already been researching information and asking questions for years so I am comfortable to a certain extent going forward but just not satisfied. Besides I am an old fart who knows just enough to know that he never knows enough that he shouldn’t want to learn more from others and get their insight. I signed up for a class titled, “How To Start Your Own Business”, I went into the class to find out what I didn’t know. A surprising realization was how much I actually do know! But I digress, in less

Real Life Struggles of a Business Woman That No One Talks About

Everyone will talk about how problems in the workplace abound for women in business: day-to-day discrimination, the fight to secure funding for endeavors they’re passionate about, and queen bees buzzing about waiting for other girls to succumb to burnout. Each workday is a statement against sexism and a delicate balancing act — one that every woman who’s made any headway in business has learned to take in stride. What no one will tell you is that when women entrepreneurs leave the office, the struggles don’t stop. They just follow us home. And no one ever tells you what happens there.

Why Leading With a Servant’s Heart Should Matter to You

servant's heart

My perspective on leadership is somewhat different from most. Anyone can yell orders or coerce others into doing what they want through a variety of strategies. But there is one way that will lead you straight into people’s hearts forever, and it’s not for the weak of stomach. It’s leading with a servant’s heart. That means putting yourself out there and taking care of those you are leading. There are so many examples of it in literature, from the story of Jesus washing feet, to Mother Theresa, to the Dalai Lama. Showing up and doing the hard stuff. Digging the

Aiming at Forever: Long-term Plans to Grow Your Business

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Running a business is a world fraught with perils, and if you don’t tread carefully, you’re likely to be in deep water at best, and bankrupt at worst. The key to powering well beyond those fragile first 18 months is to look at every single decision you make and assess whether or not that choice is a smart one for the long term. There are many ways you can improve and grow your business temporarily, but if you’re not making choices in light of your future hopes and goals, they are likely not the right choices. Revamp That Business Plan

How to Dress Like a Smart and Successful Entrepreneur

How to dress like a smart and successful entrepreneur

~by Jenny Park~ . There are times when we try to look witty we tend to do unfortunate stuff that makes us look stupid instead. Some people tend to experiment with unusual words and even put on an excellent poker face when speaking, which, based on studies, can blow you up straight in the face. We have this feeling that we can be successful, that we can make our small ideas big. Those may bring you millions, and eventually, you will get famous because of your innovative ideas. Do you feel this? Do you expect it to happen because you

Featured Expert: William D. Burton

William D. Burton featured expert.

At age 30, William D. Burton was taught a mindfulness process which enhanced his creative ability to communicate with the Subconscious Mind. This led him to become recognized as both a wellness consultant and a world class performing artist. William went on to transform people’s lives as a wellness consultant while also receiving standing ovations opening for the legendary Muddy Waters and blues icon Mr. John Lee Hooker. He has performed at retreats for Jack Canfield-Chicken Soup Enterprises and Les Brown – a $100 million earner as a Motivational Speaker. Q & A   Leadership Girl (LG): What is the

Featured Expert: Sharon Haver

Sharon Haver

Sharon Haver helps women entrepreneurs and small business owners be seen so that they can step into their star power. As an internationally recognized style expert + personal brand success strategist, with a combined background in the business of marketing, entrepreneurship and visual messaging, Sharon helps women who want to be seen as an influencer get the high-level clients they want. Q & A   Leadership Girl (LG): What is the name of your business? Sharon Haver: FocusOnStyle.com LG: Tell us about your business… Sharon: I have a three-decade career in both style + business including New York photography fashion

Featured Expert: Michelle Campbell

Michelle Campbell

Michelle Campbell is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Management Accountant and Founder/CEO of Time Value Accounting & Business Services, LLC. She has a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Finance from Florida International University in Miami, FL. Michelle has many years of experience navigating the waters of accounting and finance and has spent the majority of her career as the lead finance officer for non-profit educational institutions, including a major university and a national consumer advocacy organization. Q & A Leadership Girl (LG): What is the name of your business? Michelle Campbell: Time Value Accounting & Business Services, LLC LG:

Featured Expert: Erin Edgar

Erin Edgar

Erin Edgar practices law as a licensed attorney in the state of North Carolina. She worked for many years in the non-profit sector, but she now has her own solo practice. Erin graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Law and has received further training in mediation, collaborative negotiation and other forms of conflict resolution. Erin became interested in law in high school while studying history. She continues to be fascinated by the common social and political elements and traditions that bind societies together. As she deepened her understanding, she began to appreciate the ways the law can