A woman that is financially strong, is a powerful woman. But this doesn’t just mean that you understand how to budget and save your money. It also means that you understand how important it is to protect your assets.
I recently read that one of my favorite business women had been robbed at gunpoint in her business. It’s one of those things that you don’t hear of often, or you hear on the nightly news and chalk up to it happening to ‘someone else’. But this time the story hit home because this was someone that I admired and it made me think…
Did you know that traditionally a higher number of men invest than women? Yes, even in 2018 this still rings true. It’s also true more men work and earn more money for similar jobs. And while there have been many recent financial gains for women, there is still room for improvement.
The moment you walk across the stage to receive your diploma can be both the happiest and the scariest time of your life. While graduating is amazing – it’s often seen as the gateway to ‘adulting’. There are new, very real, problems associated with being a college graduate… and we’re here to help you tackle the main one: finding a job.
It’s no secret that I’m the biggest believer in the power of a side hustle and exploring your creative and entrepreneurial talents. But selling your product or service online successfully can be challenging. Whether you’re trying to get your side hustle going or you’re knee-deep in full-time business, we’ve got you covered.
When you’re in the beginning phase of your business, it can be tempting to jump right into the fun stuff, the creative and exciting parts. But it is important that you invest the time to put a solid foundation in place first. What exactly does that mean? It means you need to plan, do research, and prepare! Sounds exhausting already, right? But if you do it right, you’ll be on the right tract, from the start.