As women have experienced an ‘expansion of options’ in terms of marriage and family, there are a growing number of single ladies. Less than 50% of American women are married and women are increasingly opting to have children outside of marriage. Where will this increasing age of change lead us in the future?
Many online entrepreneurs hang up their shingle without a clear idea of what they stand for or who they want to serve. Toi Smith shares on recognizing her top priorities for her business and her best practices in selecting clients.
We’re all told there is power in saying no and reclaiming your time. But how often do you actually do it? Sarah Peck breaks down four ways to get better at utilizing the power behind this tiny word.
How can you be sure you’re hiring the right person? Or that you really want to work with a particular client, for that matter? Val Geisler shares her learnings (and past mistakes) when it comes to client and employee connection.
We’re experimenting with new bite-sized mini-episodes. In this first one, I talk about a writing strategy that has helped me immensely in my writing practice.
Most of us are taking on an insane amount of work, and we’re stressed, burned out, and over-tired from it. This year, I decided to plan ahead and find a way to do WAY less, but do it strategically. But what would I leave off the plate, and what would I keep? Here’s the three-part strategy I used to evaluate my time and my energy, and the surprising insights that came as a result of the exercise. Also: heads up, this is a lengthy post (4,500 words and counting).
Rebranding your business is a risk. How can you be sure it’s the right time? Tara Gentile can attest to the fact that there is no easy framework for making that decision. But a good place to start is by asking the question, “What is the company that I really want to build?”
If you don’t use your voice to share your experience, to call out prejudice and promote social justice, are you part of the problem? Tepsii shares her approach to raising little ones with an awareness of race and class, explaining how the conversations are driven by the children themselves.
So many entrepreneurs struggle with asking for the sale. We hide. We play small. We fail to follow up. How can we cross over into asking for what we want?
Danielle LaPorte shares her parenting and entrepreneurial journeys, explaining how the two paths coincide and develop together. She offers her insight on parenting, speaking to the phases, the physical exhaustion and the decisions of what to share (and not share) with your kids.