Women remain underrepresented among the ranks of entrepreneurs. But the number of women entrepreneurs has been growing strong. In fact, according to the “2015 State of Women-Owned Businesses Report” commissioned by American Express Open, the number of women-owned businesses grew by 74% between 1997 and 2015. If you are a woman entrepreneur, or just thinking […]
Returning to the workforce can be a daunting job for full-time moms. It requires reigniting old contacts (including co-workers who were once their junior), marketing themselves strategically, and battling the diminished self-image that plagues most women who have been off the career track—whether it’s been two, six, or 15 years. Carol Fishman Cohen and Vivian […]
It’s the new women’s movement—and it’s sweeping the nation. Successful and motivated women are forming salons, organizing dinners, and meeting over cocktails with a purpose: supporting and advancing women.
Thinking of becoming an entrepreneur and starting a business? Here are questions that you should be asking yourself.
People succeed, not because they never make mistakes, but because they have the courage to overcome adversities and challenges. Even the most accomplished and successful individuals have fears and insecurities. They have their missteps as well. Read the review of the book “What I Know Now About Success: Letters from Extraordinary Women to Their Younger Selves.”
How do people succeed? What makes them do extremely well in their endeavors? What traits propel these people to the top? The book “The Winning Habits: 4 Secrets That Will Change The Rest Of Your Life” by Dick Lyles reveals four simple winning habits that can propel you to success.
Even beyond passion and planning, perseverance is the critical element that gets the winner to the finish line every time. Changing your life is hard work, so what do you do when your energy is flagging and it seems like there’s a setback at every turn? Here are 21 tips and tactics to keep you on the path of perseverance.
Are you going to achieve your most important targets for the coming year? Your answer to that question can reveal a lot about where you are on what I call “the Ladder of Commitment “, and is generally highly predictive of how far you’ll go in your pursuit of success. Here’s a quick look at that ladder from the bottom up, along with what may be a surprising conclusion about what it really takes to reach your targets, in business and in life …