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Women Entrepreneurs

Woman entrepreneurAre you a woman with an entrepreneurial spirit? Creative, innovative, and independent? Do you like being on the leading edge of things and pushing the limits of what's known and understood?

If the typical nine-to-five job doesn't cut it for you, and if you're excited about growing your home business into a six-figure success, then you'll find lots of insight and guidance in these articles.

  • Eat, Pray, Love for Women Entrepreneurs
    As a woman entrepreneur, this book is a timely reminder to you about how important your inner journey is to your entrepreneurial journey.

  • Emotions - The Key to Business Success for the Woman Entrepreneur
    Much has been made of women and their emotions. But what's really going on from an energetic perspective when it comes to emotions?

  • From Woman with a Good Idea to Woman with a Thriving Home-Based Business
    With women-run, home-based businesses being one of the fastest growing sectors of small business start-ups, it’s important for women to make sure their good idea turns into a great one. Read the Top 5 Steps to Insure Your Business Success.

  • Guilt-free Summer Reading List for Busy Entrepreneurial Women
    Go ahead, indulge yourself in this guilt-free summer reading list for busy entrepreneurial women. After what we've all gone through this past winter, it's time to relax and unwind. Doing so this summer will help you reap big business rewards throughout the year ahead.

  • Happy Independence Day for Women Entrepreneurs!
    To you, my fellow woman entrepreneur, Happy Independence Day!

  • How Women Entrepreneurs Will Save Our Economy
    If you are a woman entrepreneur, your time has come to create the new jobs that will be so important in reviving our economy.

  • Ladies . . . Start Your Engines!
    Have you ever watched the Indy 500? The beginning is always dramatic. The audience cheers when it hears, “Gentlemen . . . start your engines!” These four words announce the start of something big. Putting together a promotion plan is the start of something big, too.

  • No Agony of Defeat for Hillary Clinton
    On June 7, 2008, Senator Hillary Clinton made history. I knew it as I watched her deliver her exit speech before 2,000 supporters at Washington's National Building Museum. She wasn’t just endorsing presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama; she was leading by example. There is much the entrepreneurial woman can learn from Senator Clinton, including these 10 lessons about facing so-called defeat.

  • Mom Entrepreneurs – Easy Solutions to 3 of the Most Common Problems of Running a Business from Home
    Being a mom entrepreneur and running a business from home is more popular now than ever. The problem is that the freedom, flexibility, and convenience associated with working from home is easier said that done. Here are three solutions to the most common problems associated with home-based business ownership.

  • Now Is a Great Time to Be a Woman Small Business Owner
    In the last 20 years, where women work, how women work, and what kinds of jobs women are seeking have changed. As more and more corporations have re-organized and downsized, as more children of Baby Boomer mothers are leaving home, and as more traditionally employed women are waking up to the fact that they want more out of life than just simply getting a paycheck, the world of small business ownership is exploding.

  • Small Business Grants for Women in America
    If you've been searching to no avail for small business grant money or have thrown up your hands in frustration because of all the scam sites that lead nowhere, don't give up yet! Funding opportunities for women small business owners do exist. Follow the information and links in this article to discover how and where you can get grants and funding for your small business start-up.

  • The Three Ps of Lasting Business Success for Women:
    Persistence, patience, and practice are the three Ps of lasting business success. It's what made Oprah, Indra, and Marissa successful. It's what will make you successful, too. Find out about the three-part key to long-term, sustainable business success and get your success momentum going now.

  • Top Five Tips Small Business Owners Can Learn From J.K.Rowling
    J.K. Rowling's rise to fame and fortune is inspiring. Though her fortune is estimated at $1 billion, when all this got started, things were very different for J. K. Rowling. She was not a published author. She did not have a lot of money. She was living in London, working as a researcher and bi-lingual secretary for Amnesty International, and her mother had just died. How she got from there to where she is today is a story filled with invaluable tips for small business owners.

  • U.S. Olympic Women's Gymnastics Team Inspiring Women Entrepreneurs Around the World
    There is much today's woman entrepreneur can learn about staying strong and focused when faced with the unexpected from the women of the U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Team.

  • Want to Excel as a Woman Entrepreneur?
    Both women and men can and do succeed as business owners. Many of the things that men have been doing right for years can easily be adopted and put into practice by women. However, as a woman entrepreneur, it is also important for you to do two additional things. Find out what they are.

  • What Olympic Moms are Teaching Mom Entrepreneurs
    Mom Olympic athletes provide inspiration to mom entrepreneurs by exemplifying three important messages: You don't have to give up your aspirations to be a mother; Ambition is not a dirty word; and Don't put an age limit on your dreams.

  • Women Entrepreneurs: Position Yourself for Post-Recession Success
    Implement these seven things to position you and your business for post-recession success.

  • Why Aren’t Women Making The Big Bucks?
    Women have been opening businesses at twice the rate of men for many years now. However, they have not been as successful at bringing in the big bucks as men. That’s because they try to run their businesses the same way that their male counterparts do—from the head down.


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