When someone comes along and says, “great job” or “I like what you do”, it can do wonders for morale and for business. But when does all of those pats on the back and wonderful accolades go to your head and get in the way of your success?
A business card is one of the most important tools one can have while networking and making moves. It is a way that we legitimize ourselves as true movers and shakers.
As a Cubicle Chick and woman on the move, I am always trying to create additional income streams for my business and brand. For the year and a half that I have been a professional blogger, most projects and deals that I work on are things that I do alone.
One of those such areas is connecting others who would benefit from the connection. I was poor at this previously and thought it was high time I began giving back what had been given to me.
As a self employed individual, it is important that I bring in the income that sustains myself and my family. I don’t have a regularly paycheck that I can depend on each week,
The Internets were all abuzz about Charlie Sheen and his epic bombing performance in Detroit on Saturday, April 2nd.
Many of us (me included) have a mission and be have pursued it with passion and pride. But we could also be making valuable mistakes that we don’t even know we are doing before it’s too late.
If your goal is to build your business or get to know others in your niche or hobby group, then you know how important networking is.
I used to be elated when I began seeing the back-to-school commercials on television. And when I started to receive emails from the school after the summer hiatus, it was like a breath of fresh air, a reminder that the…
It’s been awhile since I have been able to post a Business Women’s Spotlight entry. Everyone is so busy these days, and it gets a little cumbersome trying to touch bases with everyone and lockdown questions and answers. I was…