Saturday, November 24, 2018

Joy to Your World from Escape From Corporate America

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"This is my wish for you: peace of mind, prosperity through the year, happiness that multiplies, health for you and yours, fun around every corner, energy to chase your dreams, joy to fill your holidays!” -- D.M. Dellinger

Saturday, November 17, 2018

Why You Should Start a Business in 2019 No Matter What

Starting a business isn't easy and it isn't a decision you should jump into blindly. You'll need savings and a solid plan to make your dream a sound reality. But if you're prepared financially and logistically, there's a good chance you'll wind up more than satisfied with your choice.

The article below provides you with 6 reasons to move forward.
  1. You get to call the shots
  2. You can control your income
  3. You can pursue your passion
  4. You can set your own schedule
  5. You can make a difference
  6. You can shape your destiny (mine)
Read the entire on why you should start a business in 2019.

Saturday, November 10, 2018

State of Women: The Bad, the Ugly, and the Good

Below is a snapshot of a big and complex story on women’s rights and the women’s movement.
It doesn’t come close to capturing the full breadth of women’s experiences, challenges, or achievements this year—no summary could. But no matter how closely you follow the news or how much you already know about women’s progress, there’s research in here that will surprise you.
The presentation (snapshot) is fashioned into three categories, the:
  1. Bad
  2. Ugly
  3. Good
Here's to facing harsh truths and ending with hope in our hearts.

Saturday, November 03, 2018

How SHE Got it Right

According to the latest State of Women-owned Businesses report from American Express, four in 10 businesses in the U.S. are now majority-owned, operated and controlled by women.

Last year alone, 1,821 new women-owned businesses opened in the U.S. each day.

How can women entrepreneurs make sure their company goes the extra mile to become successful?

Below is advice from a handful of women business owners.
  1. Take a step-by-step approach
  2. Don't sell yourself short
  3. Learn to embrace rejection
  4. Give back to get back
  5. Learn from your team
  6. Create a culture of solution seekers
  7. Keep the end goal in mind
  8. Find a role where you own a P&L
Read the entire article about how these women business owners got it right.