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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.
According to latest Shark Tank stats, blubbering not only makes for great reality TV drama, it didn't hurt the chances of businesses getting funded.
According to Entrepreneur, out of 495 pitches
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
Hair today…huge tomorrow! Here’s how Monica Thornton and Lisa Richards – creators of RPZL – used technology from day 1 of their business launch to grow rapidly. Their ready-to-wear hair extensions are flying off the screen!
Monica and Lisa got the idea for RPZL when they
All women have pains -- real ones -- at various times in our lives. In fact, one in four people suffer from some type of pain that lasts more than 24 hours. As a chronic migraine sufferer (and publisher of The Daily Migraine, an online
Technology Really Can Make You Happy!
Soon after the creation of sheBOOM, we launched Happy Tech in response to feedback we were getting from readers. This section is designed specifically to help you and other women in service businesses use technology to save time, simplify their
Many women have trouble saying no. According to one psychologist, women often play to get along, while and men play to win. As a business owner or service professional, you sometimes need to give up the notion of “being popular,” especially when you might agree
We’ve all heard of fear of heights, spiders, and even clowns. But now scientists are studying a new kind of fear – the anxiety that comes from being without ones’ mobile phone. It’s called Nomophobia.
The mobile phone was invented in 1973 and became available to
Many books and articles have been written about how men’s and women’s brains are wired differently. This book goes as far back as prehistoric times to explain variations in male/female behavior. Recent studies show that our brains are actually pretty similar. So, it may just