4 reasons to create a business blog. How to start a business blog. Running a blog can help you build a voice for your business Source: Why Your Business Needs a Blog (and How to Get Started)
Graduation season has me reflecting on a story......... It's kinda interesting the things that you NEED to know about in life aren't taught. Has anyone here learned about business let alone money management from their parents? Then there's the "programming", almost generational poverty (OR wealth, depending on your ancestors experience) that is passed down generation … Continue reading Say Yes to The Dress
I've just finished reading Danielle Laporte's latest blog on "Your Inner Child". Being on the doorstep of a very grown up, life changing decision, I think a lot of this decision is in fact bringing me back to the child I often think about, yet the grown up world weighs down; the grown up world … Continue reading Inner Child
If you're not getting ahead at work, you're probably doing at least 1 of these 7 things. Evaluate your strengths and weaknesses in an unbiased way & change. via 7 Reasons You’re Not Getting Ahead at Work.
NO not that!........Direct Selling! It IS the best industry on the planet! I do wonder if it is actually the oldest profession. In thinking back to days, years, centuries ago, long before television or radio, how did the farmer, blacksmith, etc build their businesses? One person would have an experience then share it! Voila, direct … Continue reading A DSA Experience
With youth unemployment at record rates and well above our countries average, internships do nothing but benefit the "employer" with having this age group, basically, working for free. Youth under the age of 24 have an unemployment rate at 16.5. That is more than double the rate of 6.3 for the over 25's. Would YOU … Continue reading Internships, Kinda Like A Crap Shot
Are you an entrepreneur? A business person? Well, then, this message shared from one of my mentors, Rosie Bank, is for you. You can also check her out at http://www.rosiebank.com . I kept going.......Rosie Banks When I first started, my sponsor did not really train me. I kept going. I found someone who really knew … Continue reading Just keep going