Criticism can be difficult to digest, especially if it’s not delivered effectively. But receiving feedback on our performance is a good thing. And when you’re a business owner, being open to employee feedback is even more important.
Thanks to inspirations like Sheryl Sandburg, more and more women are starting to understand their potential for success. But, the battle is far from won. Women still face obstacles in the workplace. For far too many, even getting into positions of power is a struggle. And, the ride is far from smooth for those who make it. If the #metoo campaign has taught us anything, it’s that some men are still treating women how they want.
The world of online retail is incredibly competitive because it’s easier than ever for people to set up their own businesses. That means your margin of error is a lot smaller than it might be in other industries.
If you’re a coach or are thinking about becoming one, you may find it hard navigating the business side of your profession. Even if you’re an expert coach converting your expertise into a successful coaching business takes a different set of skills.
When first getting started in business, most women focus most of their energy on creating and manufacturing a high-quality, desirable product that consumers want to buy. They spend hours exploring product concepts, target market research, and design and packaging. But it’s also important not to forget to plan for promotional efforts.
Whether you’re selling a product or service, it’s always good to improve your sales pitch. As your business grows, hopefully so does your client list and that can only happen if you’re actively reaching out to new individuals. So here are a few ways to improve your pitch!
Whether you’re a new mother or a mom with a few notches on her belt, chances are you’re getting a little cabin fever. Even if you’re not quite ready to return to the traditional workplace just yet, you may be thinking of ways to generate extra income. In this post, we’ll explore a few ideas to get you started.