Guest post:: Colleen Chinlund is the creator of the Lasso, a travel and storage jewelry device that helps prevent tangled chains and keeps rings and earrings safe while you’re on the go. Here, she talks about how a personal frustration led to her motivation behind creating Lasso.
Do you feel like 2018 is the year to lead your business with purpose? Learn how to see what need you’re really answering in your business in our latest FMC video course #31, I Wanna Lead with Purpose! In this course, Jill speaks with Joanna Black of She Works Collective and Curating Simplicity about building
Wanna raise your rates but too scared to do it? Channel your inner heroine, learn how to charge what you deserve, and see your business thrive by taking FMC video course #30, Charging More Is Your SUPERPOWER! In this course, Cathy Derus — great leader of Brightwater Accounting and Brightwater Financial — helps us to understand how
Guest post: Christina Empedocles, CFP® is the founder of Insight Personal Finance, a boutique financial planning firm dedicated to teaching other women how to invest. Here, she writes about why it’s crucial that women should learn to invest. Editor’s Note: A version of this article first appeared on insightpersonalfinance.com. FOUNDING MOMS, LET’S TALK. I know
Trying to do alllll the things when you work from home? Should be easy, right? Distractions, distractions. We all have them. But the Founding Moms Community’s course #22 is out today! In this course, Time To Strategize!, you’ll get sassy. Strategically sassy. Because Stacey Saunders, operations expert extraordinaire, teaches us how to run a business smoothly and with intention. Sound
Like most entrepreneurs, I wanted to find funds to grow my business — probably through a business loan. Paying customers and clients are always reliable. But if you’re not getting payments fast enough to grow your business — not just sustain it — then you can’t add on new bells and whistles quickly, easily, or affordably. And that’s
Didja know? Mom entrepreneurs are starting businesses every day. During the last decade, the number of women-owned companies has grown five times faster than the national average, according to the 2016 State of Women-Owned Businesses Report from American Express Open. In fact, women start over 1,000 new businesses every day in the United States. And since The Founding
You can work work work all the livelong day, but your kids will still remind you that you’re a mom mom mom who needs a business break every chance she gets (which seems to be every 23rd full moon or so.) When your days are filled to the brim with business-building responsibilities that are compounded by parenting activities,