Tag: Women Entrepreneurs

Work from Home Moms: How to Get Started Working from Home

| January 12, 2012 | 3 Comments
Work from Home Moms: How to Get Started Working from Home

At one point in time women felt as if they could hardly have it both ways. They could not be a stay home mom as well as a career woman – after all the two disagreed with one another, right? Then the information superhighway was invented and resourceful women throughout the world swiftly thought that […]

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Emily Kane: Meeting the Challenges of Breastfeeding with Milkmakers

| December 1, 2011 | 0 Comments
Emily Kane: Meeting the Challenges of Breastfeeding with Milkmakers

One of the most exciting and empowering aspects of motherhood is breastfeeding. Learn how Emily Kane developed Milkmakers cookies that can help increase a woman’s milk supply.

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What Inspired You to Start a Business?

| April 22, 2010 | 1 Comment
What Inspired You to Start a Business?

The inspiration to start a business can come from a variety of sources. For most people, the idea to start their business comes after seeing a problem that they want to address. They then look for the root cause of the problem, and identify how the problem can be solved – which then serves as the basis of their business. Learn how some women entrepreneurs found the inspiration to start their businesses.

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What Role Does Personality Play in the Attainment of Success?

| March 11, 2010 | 6 Comments
What Role Does Personality Play in the Attainment of Success?

How does personality contribute to a woman’s success? Learn how personality helped 40 visionary women to achieve their personal success and what advice they might offer to up and coming female entrepreneurs about achieving similar success.

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Cordia Harrington: From Rags to Riches Success Story

| February 5, 2010 | 3 Comments
Cordia Harrington: From Rags to Riches Success Story

Success is often achieved when the person is able to go further than most people, breaking limitations imposed by their own economic, physical and cultural boundaries.  Cordia Harrington is a classic example of success, as she overcomes poverty to become one of the most powerful women in businesses today. A rags-to-riches story, Harrington overcame her […]

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Lessons from Successful Women in Design

| December 3, 2009 | 0 Comments
Lessons from Successful Women in Design

Elle Decor Magazine in their November 2009 issue run a series of articles on the secrets of success of leading women in the design industry. They interviewed a number of famous business women in the field of interior design and fashion, such as Josie Natori (President and CEO of Natori Co.), interior designers Kelly Wearstler […]

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Daysteps: A Planner System for Women, By Women

| November 15, 2009 | 5 Comments
Daysteps: A Planner System for Women, By Women

A successful business often starts with a gem of an idea. But to succeed in the marketplace today, given the competition and the economic realities, it typically “takes a village” to implement and nurture that idea. Learn from the dynamic women founders of lifestyle planning system Daysteps.

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Women and Entrepreneurship

| May 26, 2005 | 0 Comments
Women and Entrepreneurship

What motivates women to pursue self-employment and start their own businesses? We interviewed Kimberly Yorio and Caitlin Friedman, authors of the book “The Girl’s Guide to Starting Your Own Business” to give us insights on women and entrepreneurship.

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