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I’m a number one best-selling author, captivating speaker and hope-restoring coach to women like you who want to do good work in the world, but believe they deserve to earn damn good money doing it. And if you didn’t feel that way before half a second ago, then I assure you, you’re in the right place!

3 Minute Read | Topic: Entrepreneurship How Do You Find the Perfect Business Idea? The answer to this question is that the perfect idea probably doesn’t exist. Your aim should be to choose an idea that is practical and workable, given your skills and experience, and your long-term goals. It should also be an idea that fires your enthusiasm and something that you can really believe in! Some new business people find it hard to

Entrepreneuralism — A Walk in the Dark

Posted by bibadmin on  April 29, 2017
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Category: Entrepreneurship
3 Minute Read | Topic: Entrepreneurship When you chart a course for entrepreneurialism the experience can be exhilarating, stressful, encouraging, discouraging, promising or filled with pitfalls. And the way you would describe your feelings can change moment to moment. The above roller coaster description is one of the reasons some individuals feel entrepreneurialism is something they would like to pursue, but apprehension hangs over the possibility like a black cloud. One of the best ways

10 Tips To Improve Productivity

Posted by bibadmin on  April 29, 2017
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Category: Productivity
3 Minute Read | Topic: Productivity Manage Your Time: Use a calendar or electronic device to track your appointments, otherwise it’s too easy to overlook something or to double-book your time. Clear Clutter: Make some room on your desk – remove all supplies and gadgets that you don’t use every day. Take a look at the items on your bulletin board and the Post-its on your computer – throw out ancient history. Uncover your horizontal

10 Reasons To Become An Entrepreneur

Posted by bibadmin on  June 20, 2016
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Category: Entrepreneurship
3 Minute Read | Topic: Entrepreneurship What leads a person to strike out on his own and start a business? Perhaps a person has been laid off once or more. Sometimes a person is frustrated with his or her current job and doesn’t see any better career prospects on the horizon. Sometimes a person realizes that his or her job is in jeopardy. A firm may be contemplating cutbacks that could end a job or

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