Tag: entrepreneurship

Entrepreneur Interview – Deb Coman

Deb Coman of www.debcoman.com is a writer, editor and coach. Her love of words, books, letter-writing, libraries and teaching began when she was just a small child. She now helps entrepreneurs, authors, and energy workers create, edit and polish their written content. Deb is an intuitive with attention to detail – she connects and supports…
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Thriving as a Female Entrepreneur in the 21st Century!

~by Donya Zimmerman~ As a female entrepreneur, you must learn to discover the “true you”. You cannot be like anyone else if you want to have a thriving business. You must know your niche and how to get your message across to your ideal customers. Being a “true entrepreneur” involves being genuine, unique and different. The…
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Increase Your Business Success With the Power of Positive Thinking

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ It’s no secret that with entrepreneurship brings huge amounts of stress, but learning to maintain a positive business outlook can be a learned skill. It will help to stay upbeat, productive, and help keep order and balance in life. Here are the best ways to maintain, and even increase, a positive attitude to…
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3 Instant Life-Lessons Taught By Selling Girl Scout Cookies

It’s Girl Scout Cookie season! It’s the 102nd anniversary of the Girl Scouts, and as I’ve been helping to sell these delicious baked treats, I’ve also thought about the lessons the girls learn every year while selling their cookies. It’s more than just being able to earn badges… selling Girl Scout cookies actually teaches valuable…
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Painful Lessons in Entrepreneurship

I’ve been in business long enough to have made some pretty spectacular mistakes. And I’ve also gotten some things very right. Here Are 3 of My Most Painful Lessons in Entrepreneurship:   Not getting an office early.  We have a team that is all over the area.  Lesson Learned now:  Get the office early, and…
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Women Face Unique Business Challenges

The reality of being a woman in an entrepreneurial role is that women face unique business challenges.  Recent statistics show that women are CEOs of only 5% of Fortune 500 companies.  We make up only 5% of entrepreneurs, yet we make up just over 50% of the population.  I think that we could talk about…
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Entrepreneur Interview – Stephen C. Allison

Stephen C. Allison Biography Stephen Allison is a former US Naval Officer, from Kansas City, Missouri. He let the good times roll in New Orleans where he attended Tulane University and he earned his MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. Stephen has been to six continents and lived on three. He’s crossed the…
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5 Things Successful People Do

I’ve been looking at my life over the last year or so, and thinking about what specifically sets successful people apart from others.  My life has changed dramatically in the last 5 years, and it accelerated dramatically about a 15 months or so ago when I changed careers.  I started wondering, what do successful people…
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How to STOP Running in Heels and Get a Life you Want! – Jackie Ruka

 By Jackie Ruka Are you a woman running heals, frantic to figure out your time with career, money, family and social life but end up not doing anything at all to resolve this feeling of disarray? Well, join the club! Each and every one of us has been there. I coin this as “women running…
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Do You Want to be an Entrepreneur?

Do you want to be an entrepreneur?  Do you want to start your own business?  Have you thought about it?  What kind of idea do you have for a business?  Here are some things to think about prior to stepping out on your own, to decide if maybe it is a good idea. 5 Questions…
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