How the Law of Diminishing Returns Applies to Entrepreneurial Success

When’s the last time you thought about the Law of Diminishing Returns? Whether you’ve intentionally thought about it or not doesn’t really matter because it has been present in your life, regardless. "In economics, diminishing returns is the decrease in marginal output of a production process as the amount of a single factor of production … Continue reading How the Law of Diminishing Returns Applies to Entrepreneurial Success

Managing Anxiety as an Entrepreneur and Business Owner

I'm an anxious person by nature. This began at a really young age for me. I was quite literally scared of the wind. At no older than six or seven years old, I remember agonizing every morning over the weather forecast where I would wait for the meteorologist to share the predicted miles per hour … Continue reading Managing Anxiety as an Entrepreneur and Business Owner

Habits For A Happier Life At Home

Building and maintaining good habits can provide our lives with a positive framework, but these habits don’t simply happen by chance. It’s pretty easy to fall into bad habits that impede life around the house. A happy routine can support a happy mood, so if we stick to positive routines around our homes, we stand … Continue reading Habits For A Happier Life At Home

7 Things I’m Doing to Manage Workflow This Summer

Many people aspire to reduce their summer workload so they can enjoy this relaxed season, but most wind up stuck in the crazy cycle of taking on the same, if not more work tasks. Whether you want to enjoy more time with family, or simply need a season to refresh your perspective, it’ so important … Continue reading 7 Things I’m Doing to Manage Workflow This Summer

When Should You Outsource a Task?

As a PR consultant, I am most often the one helping businesses outsource their PR and communication strategies to lessen their workload. For a lot of reasons, I love the concept of outsourcing and believe that in specific scenarios it works beautifully! Business owners have more time to devote on business development and operations, while … Continue reading When Should You Outsource a Task?

T’was the Morning of Christmas (As Retold by a Mom and Entrepreneur)

T'was the Morning of Christmas (As retold by a mom and entrepreneur) T'was the morning of Christmas, when all through the house not one electronic was turned on, not even a mouse. Their cords were wrapped up in the corner with care, in hopes that I had strength to leave them there. My babies were nestled … Continue reading T’was the Morning of Christmas (As Retold by a Mom and Entrepreneur)

8 Reasons Why We Never Have Enough Free Time

Think of the last time you went a whole day without doing something that could be considered work. Whether this is catching up on emails over the weekend, working ahead on a project after the kids have gone to sleep or spending what should be leisure time overexerting yourself cleaning the house, tending to the […]

Twas The Day After Christmas…

Twas The Day After Christmas (As retold by an entrepreneur) Twas the day after Christmas, when all through the house not a computer was turned on, not even a mouse. Their cords were wrapped up in the corner with care, in hopes that I had strength to leave them there. Miss Pinot was nestled all snug … Continue reading Twas The Day After Christmas…

Twas the Week of Christmas…

Twas the Week of Christmas (It's become an annual blog tradition...a fun twist on a familiar favorite!) Twas the week of Christmas, when all through the house not a computer was turned on, not even a mouse. Their cords were wrapped up in the corner with care, in hopes that I had strength to leave them there. … Continue reading Twas the Week of Christmas…

The Two-Day Truce: Reclaiming Respect for the Weekend

The first Monday of each month, I dust off a favorite post from the Bennis Inc Blog archives and give you another chance to enjoy the wit and wisdom that's been shared. Enjoy this month's treasure - and if it inspires you - be sure to share it with family and friends! I can’t be the only … Continue reading The Two-Day Truce: Reclaiming Respect for the Weekend