As we’re nearing the end of the year and holidays are upon us, Bobette Kyle shares with us her tips on how to balance work and life during the holidays. Bobette is one of the cofounders of Daysteps LLC, which we recently featured in the article Daysteps: A Planner System for Women, By Women. Their company’s day planning system product encompasses many key aspects of life and helps you feel calm and capable about becoming the person you want to be. Here are Bobette’s tips:
If you recently started running a home business or considering running one, you will soon discover that winning new customers is much easier than keeping them as returning customers. For any home businesses whether the product is a service such as consultancy or a physical product such as an electronic device, the rate of rerunning […]
How important is marketing for a woman-owned small business? We talked with Crissy Heron, founder of the small business information site IndieBizChicks.com, on the role played by marketing in the success of a business. Using the ideas she has used for her women-oriented small business web site, Crissy shares the strategies and tool women entrepreneurs can adopt. Learn from this dynamic young woman:
Starting a successful small business is no easy task. With so many small businesses opening every month and a large percentage of them closing before their second year in business, it is sometimes best to seek the advice of a business consultant before the start of your business. Here are 5 common women-owned small business pitfalls are presented along with their solutions.
What does it take to really need to successfully start a business? Martha Stewart, one of the most successful women in business today, lists down the essential elements to start an entrepreneurial venture in her book “The Martha Rules.”
An entrepreneur needs to know how to handle money and wealth in order to be successful. However, many women entrepreneurs are good in business, but not in handling money. WomenHomeBusiness.com interviewed Belinda Fuchs, President of Own Your Money LLC, to share her advice to women entrepreneurs about handling finances.
Our editor, Isabel M. Isidro, wrote in the PowerHomeBiz.com Small and Home Business Blog an engaging and informative piece on how she redesigned WomenHomeBusiness.com for under $100. Learn how you, too, can create an effective web site for under $100.
We all know the stats: 80 percent of new businesses fail. The question, therefore, is: How can your business be part of the 20% that succeeds and flourishes? With so many businesses being started, why do some succeed while many more fail?
How do you know whether you can be a successful entrepreneur, or if you are better off as a salaried employee? While there is no surefire formula for success, studies have shown that successful entrepreneurs share these ten characteristics. Check if you possess any one of them.