Archive for March, 2011

Susan Butler: The Shaping of a CEO

| March 30, 2011 | 0 Comments
Susan Butler: The Shaping of a CEO

The characteristics of being a CEO include the following: being a visionary, being future focused, change when change is necessary, having a board of directors, making things happen, taking responsibility and investing time – to name a few. Learn how Susan Butler became the CEO of You, Inc.

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Are You Really the CEO of You?

| March 30, 2011 | 1 Comment
Are You Really the CEO of You?

in order to accept the role of CEO of You, you must first accept the importance of taking responsibility for you and spending time on you. If not, you are “letting things happen instead of making things happen for you.”

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5 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Do to Boost Confidence and Motivation

| March 22, 2011 | 1 Comment
5 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Do to Boost Confidence and Motivation

Learn 5 ways entrepreneurs can boost their confidence and motivation. Here are some simple things you can do to make sure your words are painting a beautiful self-portrait.

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Hannah Altman: A 10-Year Old CEO’s Success with Pencil Toppers

| March 21, 2011 | 0 Comments
Hannah Altman:  A 10-Year Old CEO’s Success with Pencil Toppers

Hannah Altman is just like any 10 year old who goes to school and loves cool toys. The difference is that she is running a successful business selling these cool toys to other kids as President/CEO of Hannah’s Cool World.

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Amy’s Kitchen: From Home-Based to Multi-Million Frozen Food Business

| March 14, 2011 | 4 Comments
Amy’s Kitchen: From Home-Based to Multi-Million Frozen Food Business

Learn how California couple Andy and Rachel Berliner started Amy’s Kitchen, the natural and organic frozen food brand, and turned this home-based business into a multi-million success.

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A Work at Home Mom’s Struggle with Email Debt

| March 8, 2011 | 0 Comments
A Work at Home Mom’s Struggle with Email Debt

Read how a work at home mom is coping with managing her emails, and struggling to deal with email backlog.

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It’s Better to Be Different than It Is to Be Better

| March 1, 2011 | 2 Comments
It’s Better to Be Different than It Is to Be Better

It’s better to be different than it is to be better. If you focus on creating differences and distinctions between you and everyone else, you don’t have to focus on boasting or showing that you’re better.

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