Bring Your Business Out Into The Light

Bring Your Business Out Into The Light

All business owners are keen to make their venture as successful as possible. That much is clear, but what is often less obvious is how exactly to make that happen. The truth is, there are many qualities which the best entrepreneurs have in common. Developing these is definitely a good place to start, but how can you be sure of what they are? If you are looking for ways to ensure your business does well,

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Words of Caution for Female Entrepreneurs by Felena Hanson

Words of Caution for Female Entrepreneurs

Thank you to Felena Hanson, author of Flight Club: Rebel, Reinvent, and Thrive: Your Dream Business How to Launch Your Dream Business, for today’s post with words of caution for female entrepreneurs.

I list many words of caution in Fight Club but here are three of my favorite:

Be Imperfect

As Voltaire famously wrote, “Le mieux est l’ennemi du bien”—the perfect is the enemy of the good.

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Be Patient With Development

Be Patient With Development

When a business develops, it is very easy to become confused about mastering all the new different details alongside the older, tried and tested methods that have worked so well for your business before. Developing a business is an important part of allowing it grow and become bigger, sturdier and it also enables a business to make more of a name for itself. Development can include external aspects, such as forming links with other companies that will enable a positive working relationship,

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Preferred Saving Tips When Budgeting Your Expenses

Key Investing Terms for Budgeting Divas

Too many people misjudge the importance of a thorough budget plan. Indeed, many just consider that creating a budget is an activity that is reserved for companies or affluent individuals. In truth, budgeting every dollar that you receive and spend allows you to maximize your savings and reduce your expenses. So, there is nothing wrong with sitting down and planning your costs and earnings for the week, the month or the entire year.

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Celebrating Small Victories

Small Victories Sunday Linkup

Happy weekend! How has the start of fall been treating you? We are all so excited another weekend is here so we can celebrate our small victories and best posts of the week at Small Victories Sunday linkup.

The linkup starts today and runs all week long so you can’t be late to the party on our 11 blogs.

We hope you find and share the fabulous ideas our bloggers share to inspire you to read,

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Full-Time Mom and Work – Finding Balance

Full Time Work and Mom: Finding Balance

Whether you work or stay home, being a mom is a full-time position that requires much overtime. You never stop putting your children’s well being first.

But is it possible to do both?

Finding Balance As A Working Mom

Well, there are plenty of inspirational women out there, that are succeeding and here is their advice:

Working part time

Mary,  from Michigan, says that for her,

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8 Steps To Hosting The Perfect Corporate Event

Hosting the Perfect Corporate Event

There are so many reasons to plan and host your own corporate event. There are so many benefits to doing this. You could raise the profile of your own business, raise awareness of a new product or cause, and bring other companies together. You could make many connections at a corporate event. Best of all, they can be a lot of fun! If you want to make sure you host the perfect corporate event, here are the 8 steps you need to take…

Know Your Purpose

You must know the purpose of your event,

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