Category: Working Women
How many times have you looked at some flawlessly dressed woman, with a seemingly blissful marriage, picture-perfect kids, and an amazing career, and said to yourself, I don’t know how she does it? These women might make everything seem easy. But we know it isn’t. Most of the time, we struggle to meet our deadlines without forgetting our anniversaries or being late to pick up the kids. And a lot of the time, our hair is a mess, our papers are all over the house and office, and we’re about to burst into tears. So, is that lady from the […]
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There is a major difference between the woman who dreams and the woman who takes action and makes her dream become her reality. The first woman will die with regret because she never pushed through her fear to make the move or change needed to achieve her dream. While the second woman will conquer all of her dreams because she has learned the formula and applies it in her life continuously. Fear is both immobilizing and liberating. Are you the woman who jumps in with both feet and never looks back or do you play it safe because it is […]
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We can all likely think of someone we enjoy spending time with. Maybe it’s our best friend or our sister. Just being around this person may improve our mood. She may make us feel better when we’re going through a difficult time. These connections that we share with others are our Tribes. To offer a more concrete definition, our Tribes are groups or individuals with whom we share beliefs, values, or interests. It could be your group of girlfriends from college or a running-mate at the gym. Our Tribes are essential to our social well-being, but that’s not all. Research […]
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When the coronavirus pandemic began, Main Street shut down, forcing many small businesses to close their doors and rethink their operations. To learn how the pandemic has impacted U.S. small businesses, especially “Main Street” establishments such as retail stores and restaurants, SCORE surveyed more than 3,500 business owners across the country for the Megaphone of Main Street: Impact of COVID-19 report. Findings show that small business owners are adapting and making significant changes, in order to maintain business and thrive in a new business normal. For some, the changes caused by the pandemic have resulted in new business ideas, and […]
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I grew up in the Midwest as the daughter of immigrants. We didn’t grow up with a lot of money, but we grew up with a lot of love and a lot of determination to succeed. Like many immigrant children, I learned that money was not to be wasted. Every dollar mattered. Seeing how hard my parents work to provide a good life for us, I learned the value of hard work. I believed that in order to make more money, I had to work harder and spend more time. So when I started my first startup, I bought into […]
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