Starting a business is full of ups and downs, where you meet challenges every step of the way. To succeed, you need to have passion, skills, knowledge, chutzpah, and lots and lots of luck. But it all starts with you. Learn 10 lessons for women small business entrepreneurs.
Realizing whole-life success is possible. The secret lies in keeping work and home life separate, allowing you to be career-driven while enjoying quality family, couple and “me” time.
Starting a business requires careful planning and understanding what you can do to address the need of the market. If you are thinking of starting a business, here is a comprehensive list of questions you need to ask yourself to help you plan, think through, and operate your business successfully:
When your life becomes so stressed, hard and one problem on top of the other, do you seek and welcome help? Here’s a tip to women entrepreneurs
Those who hope to achieve the highest heights in the 21st Century economy need to take care of something as simple as personal health. Making a commitment to healthy living is a prerequisite for success. But it’s not only physical health that matters.
From Dr. Randal Pinkett, the first and only African American to win NBC network’s hit reality TV show The Apprentice, here’s an inspiring article that provides a strategic roadmap to help African Americans succeed. It presents a trailblazing path for leveraging ethnic and cultural assets to not only win the game of success in any arena, but to reshape America and leave a powerful legacy.
What inspires successful entrepreneurs? What words of wisdom guide their actions and thinking? Paul Thornton in his new book “Leadership – Off the Wall” looks at the quotes leaders and successful women entrepreneurs post on their office walls and keep on their desks.