Posts Tagged ‘women in business’

7 Unconventional Birth and Business Lessons From A New Mom

I’m so excited to introduce you to our newest family member: our daughter Tegan Li, who was born on March 15th, 2016. I’ve been meaning to share the whole experience of becoming a mom with you, and the business lessons that came out of the whole experience… But I’ve also been learning the ins and…

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i014 Charm Fernandez – Women In Analytics and Technology

Women in analytics and technology are a rare breed, but our guest today is here to bust through some myths. Charm Fernandez is a Google Analytics specialist, with web strategy and SEO chops to boot. Charm is also an AmbitionAlly Certified Partner, and she’s got a knack for everything analytics where e-commerce and online business…

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How To Make Your Goals Happen

If you’re reading this, it’s likely because you have a vision for your business. You’ve made big bold goals. But you’re a little stumped because you don’t quite know how you’ll make it all happen. You might have heard the advice to focus on your “what” and that you shouldn’t get caught up in the…

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Successful Women in Business Know How To Be Nimble

I know many successful women in business, and I’ve noticed a pattern that goes against what you would expect from a driven entrepreneur. It all comes down to how nimble of a business owner you can be, and for me this “nimbleness” seed was planted many years ago. When I was working for a start…

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When Girls Learn How to Fight With The Boys

“No problem,” the championship organizers said, “we’ll just put you in with the boys.” I remember the first Taekwondo competition I attended where there weren’t any contenders in my weight and age category. I was 13 years old, and I had a yellow belt. That was the first time I fought against a boy in…

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10 Tips To Get The Most Out Of Conferences, Even If You’re Shy

It’s that time of the year again… the one where we get all dressed up, hop on a plane, and attend live events and conferences! I’m attending Marie Forleo’s sold out Rich, Happy, and Hot Live event in New York City… closely followed by BlogWorld Expo in Las Vegas, where I’ll be speaking about getting…

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Education and Entrepreneurship for Girls Around The World

I’m proud to be participating in The Girl Effect Blogging Campaign. Why Educate Girls? “When a girl in the developing world receives seven or more years of education, she marries four years later and has 2.2 fewer children.” When women and girls earn income, they reinvest 90 percent of it into their families, as compared…

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