I’ll be honest, my second 30 days as my own boss went by very quickly. September was a very busy month for me personally and professionally.
Last month, I expressed that the lack of face-to-face interaction was the biggest adjustment I was struggling with. Well, I have definitely made up for it by hitting the skyway and highway. I traveled to Baltimore, Maryland for a conference for social media influencers and, also, traveled to Atlanta,
Here at Divas With A Purpose we wholeheartedly support women-owned businesses and fellow Divapreneurs.
Definition of a DIVA: a woman who is driven, inspiring, victorious and called to action in her personal and professional life
Definition of an entrepreneur: a person who organizes and operates a business or businesses, taking on greater than normal financial risks in order to do so.
Put those two together and you have a phenomenal #DIVApreneur:
A DIVA who organizes and operates her business (full or part-time) while collaborating with and sowing into her personal and professional circles to inspire others to be the best they can be in all areas of their lives.
Well, Divas, I survived my first 30 days of full-time divapreneurship! In my head, there’s a balloon drop, band playing, just all sorts of fanfare. It’s been a great month and I’ve learned a lot personally and professionally.
I will be honest. The biggest adjustment for me has been the lack of face-to-face interaction with co-workers. I spent the summer home with my youngest two children, so they kept me very occupied. Once school started,
This post on “Transition” is written as part of a collaboration with Jill and Jamie of postmodyrn, an electronic magazine dedicated to the 4th Trimester experience. The 4th trimester? You know those oh-so-exciting first 6 months after you give birth.
We were paired to work on a project called coLAB – a collaborative project between three communities: Latina Bloggers Connect (that’s the L), Alt Summit (that’s the A) and Be Blogalicious,
After spending the long days of summer with my youngest two children, we are all preparing for the new school year and the beginning of a new chapter in my life – full-time DIVApreneurship! This is something I have been working towards for years now and I am thankful for the opportunity to dedicate myself completely to building my business and, most importantly, being more available for my family.
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