Why Your Workflow Should Change with the Seasons

Should your workflow change with the seasons? It’s an interesting question. So often when it comes to workload and efficiency, we feel like consistency and stability should be the goal. These are certainly good things to have in your career, but I want you to consider why allowing your work to ebb and flow with … Continue reading Why Your Workflow Should Change with the Seasons

5 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Increase Employee Productivity (Contribution from Keith Coppersmith)

The following post comes to us from Keith Coppersmith, an experienced business consultant who serves small businesses and startups. Employees are the very core of every business. Without employees, you simply cannot do what's necessary on your own in order to grow or develop your business further. However, simply having employees is sometimes not enough to … Continue reading 5 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Increase Employee Productivity (Contribution from Keith Coppersmith)

Why Virtual Businesses are the New Norm (Contribution from Ujëbardha Bekolli of SAHMJobs)

The following post comes to us from Ujebardha Bekolli who is a writer for mother-works.com. MotherWorks is a job portal designed to bring together stay at home moms and recruiters. The platform also brings helpful articles in the blog section regarding mothers who want to return to the workforce. Why Virtual Businesses are the New Norm … Continue reading Why Virtual Businesses are the New Norm (Contribution from Ujëbardha Bekolli of SAHMJobs)

Top 10 Blog Posts on Life and Entrepreneurship in 2018

Happy New Year’s Eve! Whether your plans to ring in the New Year are big and fancy or small and casual, at midnight tonight our clocks will all tick forward to 2019. While today is a day that we tend to start looking toward the future and planning for the New Year, there’s one more … Continue reading Top 10 Blog Posts on Life and Entrepreneurship in 2018

Twas the Day Before Christmas (The Business Owner’s Version)

(As retold by a mom and entrepreneur) Twas the day before Christmas, when all through the house not a computer was running, not even a mouse. Cords and chargers were stowed with care, in hopes we had strength to leave them there. One sleepy critter was nestled snug in her bed, while visions of toy … Continue reading Twas the Day Before Christmas (The Business Owner’s Version)

31 Lessons from a 30-Something Entrepreneur

Tomorrow, December 18, I will turn 31 years old. Last year, as I entered this new decade of my life, I wrote about how I anticipated this new chapter to shift my entrepreneurial outlook and possibly my business model. Compared to 12 months ago, I would say things feel pretty similar. I was given some … Continue reading 31 Lessons from a 30-Something Entrepreneur

Stop Making Project Management Complicated

As a business owner, project management is right at the top of the list of core services I provide to my clients. I ensure the deadlines we set any myriad of communication projects, are met and that at any given moment, I know the status of the project and who holds the ball to move … Continue reading Stop Making Project Management Complicated