Back by popular demand! Check out the next series of workshops I’ll be offering in the Fall: Becoming An Expert In Your Field: Tuesday, September 18 at 10A – 12P or 6P – 8P The Itty Bitty Basics of Twitter: Thursday, September 20 from 10A – 12P Pocketbook-Friendly Publicity: Free PR For Your Business: Tuesday,
Tim Jahn of Entrepreneurs Unpluggd and I talk all things entrepreneurship in this great video interview (…in my very messy office.) We discuss why it’s important to get your idea out to market quickly, why it’s important to test your idea regularly, the advantages and disadvantages of planning versus just iterating, and much more.
“Just how mobile are you during your workday? You’ve seamlessly moved a lot of your work to your phone through apps. You can check and create notes in Evernote there. You can respond to business emails there. You can interact on Facebook and Twitter and LinkedIn using their apps. But I’ve started to realize this
“To those of you seeking a publishing deal: quit it. You don’t need to hand over any profits, control, distribution or happiness to a major corporation that may or may not pay attention to your success anyhow. Go the way of T.S. Eliot, Thomas Hardy, Stephen King, Rudyard Kipling, Ernest Hemingway, Upton Sinclair, Virginia Woolf, Walt
“I’m a mother, and I run a business: The Founding Moms, the world’s first and only kid-friendly collective of meet-ups for mom entrepreneurs. I’m a mom, and an entrepreneur: a mompreneur (or a momtrepreneur, a word I like even better). And I’m proud of it. Others, though, aren’t exactly embracing the term. An editor at
“Is there a way to have it all? Is it really feasible to have the ability to be mom and a booming business woman? Jill Salzman, creator of The Founding Moms®, has published her first book on this hot topic called Found It: A Field Guide For Mom Entrepreneurs. Its 50 chapters are brimming with practical advice,