One thing that most entrepreneurs have in common is that they are always on the go. Whether it’s meeting with clients, attending business meetings, racing against the clock to complete a deadline, you are on the move more than you are sitting still. That’s great, as long as you can sustain it. And to sustain… Continue reading How to Eat Healthy When You’re Constantly on the Go
As female entrepreneurs or women in leadership roles, we live in fear that if we don’t get it all done in a day, we will fail. Fail as a business owner, employee, wife, mother or friend. And to stop that feeling we quickly throw together a work-life balance plan. Be honest, how many times have… Continue reading 3 Key Components for a Successful Work-Life Integration Plan
As with any social media initiative, whether you are established or new, gaining organic followers can be challenging. If you struggle with this, you should consider allowing a highly established person or company, an influencer, to temporarily take over your Instagram account. Piggy-back on their success to bring much needed attention to your company. What… Continue reading What You Need to Know to Create a Successful Instagram Takeover
For female entrepreneurs, especially solopreneurs, finding time for social media marketing can be a struggle. Gone are the days that only MySpace, Facebook and Twitter ruled the social world. Nowadays there seems to be a new social media platform being launched every week. Trying to maintain your social media presence on your own can be daunting… Continue reading 5 Social Media Mistakes To Avoid If You Are Trying To Grow Your Business
Why do companies say they don’t discriminate but still have the voluntary questions about gender and race? And are you like me? Do you answer the questions because somewhere in the back of your mind, you feel it makes a difference? Does a company that asks such questions really embrace diversity in the workplace? “The… Continue reading From Blind Auditions on “The Voice” to Blind Interviews in Business, We are Leveling the Playing Field
“That’s not my job”. No employer wants to hear those four little words from an employee. It’s unhelpful, unproductive and combative. But, unfortunately, this attitude is prevalent in today’s workplace. Which is why, as a business owner, especially if you are a small business or a startup, you need to hire employees that are willing… Continue reading 4 Words You Never Want to Hear From Your Employee
IVE THIS A TRY TODAY: Block off private time in your calendar and protect it unless it is an emergency. When was the last time you had some “me” time? If it takes more than 5 seconds to remember or if you have to pull your date book out to double check, then it’s been… Continue reading GIVE THIS A TRY TODAY: Block Off Some “Me” Time
Studies regarding home-based employees v. in-office employees, have reinforced the idea that working from home, for the right individual, can increase productivity and reduce stress.
Did you know that you can refresh your mind and body by carving time out for yourself on the weekend? If you are an entrepreneur or in a leadership position, it is not always easy to completely unplug from work, but you still need to find the time to recharge your body to avoid burnout.… Continue reading Refreshing Your Mind and Body – Did You Know?
Don’t ever be satisfied with giving anything less than your best effort. That has been my motto for quite awhile. I have found that constantly being in competition with myself motivates me to always do better. I am a goal setter for my life as well as my career and when I reach that goal,… Continue reading Giving it Your All