Boo! Halloween will be different this year. Mask has taken on a whole new meaning.  But, as women entrepreneurs, learning to give up our ghosts and not let fear hold us back is a year-round effort.  According to Flo, here are women’s most common fears and how to fight them.  As women entrepreneurs, we

Let's face it, we all have our own fears and anxieties, but can fear actually be a beneficial factor in making decisions or driving actions? According to a Psych Central article, fear can often be a friend rather than foe, in healthy doses of course. According to the article, "true fear" is

Halloween looks a little different this year but that doesn't mean we can't dress up! From Refinery29,  Marie Claire, and more, we've rounded up the top easiest and pop-culture inspired Halloween costumes for 2020.   Carole Baskin: From the infamous Netflix Special, Tiger King, round up your best tacky animal print attire and

Happy National Hair Day to all of the hair care companies and stylists that keep our hair looking a little less terrifying during those bad hair days. Clean and cruelty-free haircare brand Hair Dance integrates ingredients with your scalp and hair health in mind. Products like their lavender dry shampoo and hair

Michelle Poler spent 100 days facing 100 fears. Check out the video below to learn about her experience of living life to the fullest. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dbNRGiqaaM[/embed]

Wondering if your fears/phobias are "normal?" Here's a list of the top 10 phobias of all time, according to Fearof.com.  1. Arachnophobia – The fear of spiders 2. Ophidiophobia – The fear of snakes 3. Acrophobia – The fear of heights 4. Agoraphobia – The fear of open or crowded spaces 5. Cynophobia – The

In the spirit of kicking off our Fear edition of SheBOOM, we rounded up 5 creations from brilliant women essential to the spirit of the Halloween season! Objects: Flat bottomed paper bag- Ok, so maybe not the most exciting invention, but still brilliant! Founded by Margaret E. Knight, the flat bottomed

We recently came across this article from Entrepreneur Magazine with 15 secrets to success from female founders with $1 billion companies. In the spirit of learning, we thought these 15 tips might spark some inspiration for continual growth! Here are our top 5 favorites: Combine tenacity with fearlessness — Julia Hartz,

 Founded in 2014 by husband and wife duo, Kelly and Jesse Perry, Team Floral provides hands-on floral arrangement workshops for anyone who wants to try

sheBOOMer: Jane Ubell-Meyer Her company: Bedside Reading places books by the bedsides of luxury and lifestyle hotels. The first of its kind, the program is complimentary to

Running your own business is no small feat. Here are some traits that successful women entrepreneurs have in common. #1 Have Confidence: Believe in yourself and

FACT: >70% of women don’t have easy access to affordable, feminine hygiene products. These women created a solution.   The story behind the fact: Gaby Alves and

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