Dressing for success….ZOOM style by @KerryHeaps

Its no secret that meetings have changed, so its only natural to reflect that in your wardrobe.  Waist up is where its at and even though you may be broadcasting from home, you still want to always look and present your best.  Here are 5 tips to help you stay stylish, polished, and presentable during […]

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Get Your Business On TikTok Now Or Regret It Later

by Andrea De La Flor Get Your Business On TikTok Now Or Regret It Later A couple of years ago, TikTok was underestimated as a social network for kids. Today, it is the fastest growing social media platform in the world with more than 30 million active users in the U.S. alone. This phenomenon, however, […]

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Prepare for the rise of Grandma-preneurs by @StarrHall

by Starr Hall Now that I am becoming a grandma for the first time, I guess I am expected to spend my days scarfing One-A-Days and rocking gently in my backyard gazebo. Not happening. (Especially since I don’t own a backyard gazebo). I am an entrepreneur, and I have been most of my adult life. […]

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Six ways to stay mentally healthy when starting your own business by @RuthSaundersOP

by Ruth Saunders Being an entrepreneur can be all-consuming – there are so many sacrifices you have to make along the way, but your mental health shouldn’t be one of them. We co-wrote ‘Female Entrepreneurs – The Secrets of Their Success’ to help every woman who wants to set up their own entrepreneurial business to […]

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How to juggle motherhood and freelancing? by Ksenia Larina of @lemoneyeo

by Ksenia Larina Being a mother is an important part of a woman’s life. But what to do if you want more than just switching diapers and cleaning toys the whole day? Some moms find themselves in new hobbies. Others prefer to conquer the world with a baby in arms by switching to freelancing. First, […]

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How to Run a Remote Team as a Soloprenuer by @errinweisman

by Errin Weisman When I finally launched my coaching business, I felt powerful. I was leaving the stress of private practice to become a solopreneur (solo entrepreneur). That meant me, Dr. Errin Frickin’ Weisman, doing my own thing. No more hospital administration, no more EMRs, just be kicking butt and taking names. I went full […]

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(Part Two) Lessons Learned While Leading During the Covid-19 Pandemic – We Are Still Here. Now What? by @LeadToInspireC1

by Crystal Smith If you told me when I closed my office door roughly eight months ago that this journey would take almost an entire year, I would have thought you were being extreme. Yet, here we are in the same space and it appears we are going backwards after making progress. What have these […]

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19 Email Elements Writers Forget About + 4 Extra Tips by Helen Holovach of @snov_io

by Helen Holovach Email marketing is all over the web already. Thousands of professionals rely on it and do their best to reach the highest results. The key element in your email marketing strategy is an email. This is a masterpiece that demands professionalism, knowledge, time, and inspiration. With grand experience, there are still a […]

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Start-up Hiring by Surbhi Bhatia of @The_Mom_Store

by Surbhi Bhatia One of the most important things for an entrepreneur is to find the right team. The right people can make a business, scale it more quickly and bring efficiency to ongoing operations. The right employee for a startup is a go-getter, one who is willing to go to lengths to get things […]

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Yes, You Can Learn Valuable Lessons From Cheesy TV Shows by Jacqueline (Jack) Perez of @kuellife

by Jacqueline (Jack) Perez Let’s make no bones about it, I have become an avid consumer of video entertainment. There are just so many hours in a day I can work or exercise or plan/make dining experiences. This leaves huge gaping holes that I once filled with social interactions with humans. Recently I indulged in […]

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