Change is hard. I see entrepreneurs every day who are trying to change the world with a new idea, and startups that are trying to survive their hyper-growth phase by changing processes to meet demand. In both cases, it’s easy for them to become frustrated and give up, since most have never been tra Read More
The beauty of being an entrepreneur is the fact that you have your own freedom of doing things your ways. However, this freedom may not always work out as thought. This is why it’s vital to know where you are going before starting your entrepreneurship journey. Read More
I talked with entrepreneurs who have started in 30 days, those who tried, and those who are still in the midst of it! Read on for excellent advice and a few words of warning. And if you’ve got a burning question for them, go ahead and ask it in the comments! Read More
Every startup lucky enough to get some traction gets to the point where they decide to hire some “regular employees” for sales, marketing, and administrative tasks. Then they are surprised to see productivity and creativity take a big dip. What they should be doing is hiring only “entrepreneurs,” m Read More
Conferences are tricky for a startup. Unless you are an AirBNB or Reddit founder, a hot chick or the organizer, no one is going to look for you there. This is because (hardly) no one knows you. Yeah, that’s sad, I know. Anyway, the point is that it’s your job to get to the people you want to get to Read More
Do you take naps during the daytime? Would you prefer to be listening to your favourite music at work rather than to the sounds of computer mouse and keyboard? Do you feel guilty when you browse the internet in search of cute animals at your workplace? You don’t need to any longer – science is here Read More
After blogging actively for over eight years, I am sure I could muster up some useful tips and what-to-avoid-type tidbits of wisdom. But instead of boring you with volumes of information about funky apps or which web host to avoid, I will make it all short-n-sweet for you. I can sum up what to not Read More
I never really thought of myself as an entrepreneur. I was just a woman who wanted to pass on knowledge and creatively express myself. My son’s childhood illness pushed me to find a way to help him and learn how to deal with my own stress. That experience was my portal to digging down inside of mys Read More
Had enough of the traditional 9-5 lifestyle, tired of working for someone else's dream and having no time for your own? You might be considering becoming an entrepreneur. Here are the pros & cons. Read More
When looking into business opportunities, there are a few types of businesses that have a higher percentage of success. One is Pizza restaurants; this is due to the combination of a reliable business model, proven demand and the use of simple ingredient and easy streamlined assembly line within the Read More

Three Key Voluntary Policies for Women

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