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The Female Advantage: How Women Lead

Men and women are equal in settings that match gender roles. But when an organization’s leader happens to be a woman, some people raise an eyebrow or inwardly start questioning whether she has what it takes to take an organization to the next level – or at least ensure that it doesn’t go under.

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Empowering Women to Embrace Their Power as Entrepreneurs

More and more women are breaking into the exciting world of entrepreneurship. Despite all of the benefits to entrepreneurship, men still dominate within the business world, which begs the question: how can we empower women to be entrepreneurs?

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How can Women Entrepreneurs Balance their Personal Life and their Work Life?

Women entrepreneurs spend most of their time juggling the demands of a successful career and the demands of a personal life. Although most women believe that achieving the elusive work-life balance is impossible, it is possible.

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Entrepreneur Interview – Nathalie Guerin

Nathalie Guerin is a manifesting coach helping online business owners manifest clients and cash in their business. Nathalie’s mission is to help as many entrepreneurs step into their power so that they can help other people. Nathalie is a powerful goddess, project manager, healer, coach, intuitive, and psychic.

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Are You Addicted to Busyness? Take the Busyness Test.

As a culture, we’ve actually normalized and even praised our common addiction to busyness. We expect successful people to be busy, so we present a persona of busyness in order to be perceived as successful.

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Understanding Why You Are Addicted to Busyness

In our previous Leadership Girl post on being Addicted to Busyness, we explored the first step toward tackling your Addiction to Busyness – by eliminating tasks on your to-do list that you find draining instead of energizing. The next step in overcoming this addiction to busyness is examining why we, as individuals, feel the need to stay busy.

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Addicted to Busyness? Just Say No.

In our faced paced, 24/7 culture, Addicted to Busyness Syndrome (ATBS) has become an unspoken epidemic, most commonly among women. Not only does our society put these expectations on us, but we also set unreasonably high expectations for ourselves.

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Entrepreneur Interview – Pebbles Weitekamp

Pebbles Weitekamp is the founder and owner of Little Teether, a company focused on designing safe teething necklaces for babies that are also stylish for moms. Her success in designing for her wedding led to her selling handmade jewelry pieces on Etsy. This scaled to the launch of her own company, Little Teether.

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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Teresa Hawley-Howard

Entrepreneur Interview – Teresa Hawley-Howard

Teresa Hawley-Howard is an author, speaker and life coach. More importantly, she is a survivor. Her journey will inspire and encourage you to live your best life now. Entrepreneur Interview Q & A – 1. What is your business/Business Name? What does your business do? The name of my business is Women on a Mission.…
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