Archive for female entrepreneur

Is everything going as planned?

My 2018 has not started as I had planned… I thought I would get so much done in the first week of Jan around cleaning my house and marketing my upcoming program that I’d be way ahead of the game, instead, I was taken out with a horrific cold and laryngitis that mutated into a sinus infection and I haven’t gotten much more done that binging the Bates Motel show with my son and Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee with my daughter. ... → Read more

From Burned Out to BulletProof

I’ll be honest. I don’t drink coffee. I stopped it years ago, when I started really having health issues because of the sheer volume I was drinking. I was having tea in the morning to get going, then crashing after noon, so I’d have a coffee while I was out with the kids, then hit the bricks again around 4, have another one to get me through dinner and bedtime, then by 8 I’d crash again. And I was grumpy!! Man, was I grumpy. Totally happy when I’d had my cuppa joe, then super, super crabby and grumpy when it burned off. And I wasn’t sleeping well. Even if I stopped coffee early in the day I still didn’t sleep well and so I’d get up tired and the cycle started all over again. ... → Read more

Facebook’s Recent Changes Are A Good Thing For Business

Recently Facebook made another change to the way our Facebook page posts are viewed, or not in some people’s minds. It seems that Facebook will be giving greater reach to posts that come from your friends than from businesses – organically. Now since Facebook was set up as a social network for people to connect with people this isn’t a bad move right? Since people complain about too many people doing business on Facebook it isn’t bad, right? Here’s the thing… my friends and family’s posts should come first; I agree with that. Then relevant business posts should come next for me. And how does Facebook know what’s relevant to me? Based on my previous engagement is one of the keys, so if I haven’t engaged with any of your posts for awhile, then I likely won’t keep seeing your posts, sounds good to me, too! After all, why would I want my newsfeed cluttered up with posts from people and businesses I haven’t engaged with for awhile, right? Now some are saying your organic reach will go as long as 1%… that’s ok too and here’s why. ... → Read more

Guest Post – The World’s Top Cities for Female Entrepreneurs – Richard Madison

The World’s Top Cities for Female Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship was traditionally seen as a man’s game, but today that is changing. Discover the cities where women are emerging as a large demographic in the start-up culture.

Richard Madison

Marketing Executive
Brighton School of Business and Management
http://www.brightonsbm.com/hnc-hnd-courses/hnc-business.php ... → Read more

Guest Post – Encouraging Women Entrepreneurs – Haley Lynn Gray

2014-11-06 20.19.12

Encouraging Women Entrepreneurs

I have a dream that someday women will make up 50% of Entrepreneurs.  Currently, the number is at about 5%, yet we make up just over 50% of the population.  I believe that we cannot achieve our potential as a society until women step up, and are encouraged, and supported to step up to meet their potential, and become leaders and entrepreneurs. ... → Read more