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
Face the fact. Women earn less and live longer than men. But that may not be the only difference between the sexes in terms of perspectives on money and how to manage, grow, and save it.
As you create your plan to build your business and accumulate
A few years back, I interviewed Julia Pimsleur for an article I was writing about women who hit the million dollar mark in their businesses. She had launched an early childhood education business and was a member of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), a group that offers
Lisa Calhoun is the Founding Partner of Valor Ventures, an Atlanta-based partnership that invests in early stage software companies.
About ten years ago, she built a company called Write2Market, a tech public relations firm, generating more than $1 million in annual revenues. She attributes her success
When we set out to create sheBOOM, one of our mantras was “collaboration.” Women need to support other women in business if we are going to become a bigger force field in the economy.
We’re thrilled be profiling Women Who Code as part of our Happy Tech
“Those damned kids,” is something that every generation has said at one point about the population that’s come after them. Millennials are a unique group, having been shaped by technology and the parenting styles of Boomers.
Inc. describes them as “passionate and risk-taking.” They love feeling
The Harvard Business Review recently wrote about why so many women are opting to start their own businesses. They said, “The push factors of work-life conflict combined with pull factors of more autonomy and potential for real engagement and reward feel tough to beat.”
Chances are, if you’re
Money. We need it for payroll, for products, for technology, for keeping our places of business running well. When we’re doing well, we can invest in marketing, new products and services, and new talent. When money is tight, we figure out how to find more