Every day, more and more women start their own businesses. Many find ways to improve existing products and services. While some take their work experience and skills and use them to launch a business doing what they love best. Others, the creatives, and innovators often launch something totally new.
Life can sometimes feel like a battle. It can feel like you are swimming upstream against the tide, with no relief in sight. And while most of us persevere, despite the odds, we often overlook the reality that being worn out, stressed, and overwhelmed can lead to unhappiness, health problems, and mental and emotional strain.
Working from home is an opportunity that many people wish for. The benefits are endless… from wearing comfortable clothes to working when you’re most productive. While working from home has many perks, it’s not suitable for everyone… especially those that are easily distracted.
We can all fall prey to being too busy. Often so overwhelmed that all we think about is how to get through the day or the afternoon. It’s had to make yourself a priority when you juggle so many different stressful situations at all times. There never seems to be enough time for …anything – let alone you.
Even though women own 38% of businesses in the U.S., they still face challenges that men don’t encounter. Despite making monumental achievements in commerce, innovation, and marketing, life as a female entrepreneur can still be a hard-fought battle.
What’s your morning routine look like? How you start your morning sets the tone for your day and it can be an indicator as to how productive it will be. Whether you’re used to making a beeline for your cubicle and hoping your boss doesn’t notice that you’re late or the one that’s always early with first dibs on the Keurig, there are a few things you can do to enhance your morning experience.
If you want to get ahead of the game, you have to lead from the front. No one can successfully lead the pack when they’re constantly following others. Stop playing catchup while others are making moves.