Advice from women founders is a pair of earbuds away.
Although listening to music on your way to work can be relaxing, streaming podcasts may make you smarter and richer. Entrepreneur shares these picks for the 24 best women-hosted podcasts for entrepreneurs.
What's on YOUR playlist? Just comment below and let us
Startup success lies in how well you BWIM.
That's what this Fast Company writer calls the "Beware the What If Monster." Although you need to think about possible scenarios, do not over-complicate your offering or audience. The author had created a dating app in 2012 called "Find Your Lobster" and his
Who has time to read? Successful women entrepreneurs find the time!
Your brain health is as important as your physical health. A great book (or e-book) can help you:
Discover best practices
Learn from others' mistakes
What to read? We like Small Biz Trends' Best Management Books
Like mother, like son. The joy of mentoring a new entrepreneur.
La'Daska Powell, Founder of high-end clothing line, LADASKA MECHELLE, has been working diligently for years to build her brand. Now, she has her own showroom, and is even helping her son become an entrepreneur too.
Starting trouble -- and sharing success -- with Rucha Gokhale!
Bringing women together, and spreading the joy
The big launch, happy fans, and dreaming bigger. What better way to end the year!
Serial entrepreneur Abby Wallach and her latest venture, ScentInvent celebrated the November launch of their first invention, Linger Fragrance Primer, on HSN and fans are raving.
Abby shares: "In 2016 after three years of hard work
Wine, don't whine! Laura Laing is joyous about winemaking.
Many of us love to drink it, but now many female founders know how to make and sell it! Laura Laing is harvesting her own business and filling her glass with success!
Laura of Hazelfern Cellars shares her
Founding, writing, traveling, and enjoying life after 50!
Doesn't sound bad to us! Deborah Gaines founded Deborah Gaines Associates after an impressive media and marketing career. (You can read more about it here.)
But 2016 was especially good to her. In Deborah's own words