NOTE: This is NOT a political post
I was talking to my friend Denise (and new member of the sheBOOM team) this morning. "Starting a business is like having a baby," she said. She's right. And even though sheBOOM is my fifth baby (counting my real life daughters), the process is
What happens when single women suddenly come into a cash windfall? They don't go shopping, take vacations, or change their hairstyles. They start businesses, according to this interesting article in GOOD. Single women are saying "I do" to entrepreneurship, say two recent studies. Subscribe to sheBOOM for more cool
Nancy Slotnick (see bio, below) considers herself a "backwards entrepreneur." After starting several successful ventures and writing a book, Nancy decided to get a job again. We chatted about the fact that women should never feel ashamed when they make the decision to leave an entrepreneurial
Of course, you're busy running your business. If you're in a seasonal industry (like retail, online consumer products, or hospitality), you're heading into crazyville around the holiday season. So we'll keep it short and simple. Here are some key trends for next year that can shape
Hint: There's no right answer! When I set out to re-launch sheBOOM (which was originally commissioned by a tech company), I decided to expand it to reach a very broad audience -- all women founders, regardless of the type of business they run. Regardless of age.
Of course it seems counter-intuitive. Can technology really help us become better human beings? The answer is yes…if you can harness that technology to establish and maintain better health habits. Here are just a few ways that new technologies are making us more aware of our
Truth: By 2030, half of the U.S. population will be over age 50. What Should You Do? Many aging Boomers are seeking life experiences rather than just “things,” according to this article. If your clients fall into this age bracket, consider ways to better meet their