Tag: empowerment of women

What to Do With Kids While Working from Home

~by Dayton Uttinger~ . Modern technology has enabled businesses to offer working from home more and more, so you’ve likely had the opportunity to decide if working from home is an option for you. On the other hand, you might have realized that a graduate degree is necessary in order to progress in your field,…
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maintain balance

How to Achieve and Maintain Balance in Everyday Life

~by Jenn Bovee~ . Since about the early 1990’s I have been infatuated with the concept of balance. Sometimes it feels as mystical as a unicorn. You know, the very minute you think you have grasped it, POOF, you are overwhelmed and overcommitted to things again! The experience I have just described is only magnified…
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get ahead

3 Tips to Help You Get Ahead in Your Career

~by Mila Sanchez~ . It often seems like women in business have a hard time getting ahead. As much as we would like to believe that there is equal treatment of women in the workplace and in entrepreneurship, women often get looked over for opportunities like promotion in favor of men. We have to work…
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Entrepreneur Interview – Brenda Adelman

Entrepreneur Interview – Brenda Adelman

Brenda Adelman is an On-Stage and On-Video Performance Coach, Storytelling Mentor and Forgiveness Expert. She has a critically acclaimed one-woman show, based on her life story, that she’s performed in London, NYC and Los Angeles, and a Hero of Forgiveness Award from the Hawaii International Forgiveness Project. Brenda has been interviewed on Fox-TV news and…
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Career Skills You Can Learn from Women Leaders

~by Katie McGregor~ . It’s shouldn’t be news to you that there are more male leaders than female leaders. This is an issue on its own that can be discussed in length, but the gist of the argument is that by having an equal mix of men and women, their unique gendered abilities will bring…
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Finding Your Tribe Can Be a Scary Thing

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . If you’re starting a business, you will need to find your tribe. Find your troop of followers who are your biggest fans; those who want to do business with you. Frequently that tribe will have nothing to do with your current family and friends. You’ll need to reach out to…
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You’re Not Going to Be Liked by Everyone – That’s OK

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . I think it’s part of being human to want to be loved and liked by everyone. The reality is that not everyone is going to love you, your business, your message, or your hair color.  There will be people who think you’re too pretty, too ugly, too tall, to short,…
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Favorite Business Books – Recommended by Entrepreneurs

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . Being part of a Facebook group geared towards Women Entrepreneurs can offer much needed business information and support as well as plenty of opportunities to learn from and collaborate with others. One great tool for learning more about running a business is business books written by experts in their field.…
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Entrepreneur Interview - Jenny Fitz

Entrepreneur Interview – Jenny Fitz

After owning her first award winning company for 11 years, Jenny Fitz felt it was time to go global. Her ability to network, promote and support female entrepreneurs has resulted in FEMM International. . Entrepreneur Interview Q & A —– 1. What is your business/Business Name? What does your business do? Jenny Fitz is the…
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lessons of the year

My Top Lessons of the Year and My Resolutions

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . To say that 2016 was a rough year in my life would be an understatement. My oldest daughter sustained a traumatic brain injury at the very end of 2015, and we had her in and out of the hospital for months this year. Now, 12 months later, she still isn’t…
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