Yeah, Mondays can suck.
Although we entrepreneurs usually work seven days, getting back to a "routine" and dealing with more customers, clients, team members, administrative challenges, and even traffic can put us in a funk.
I'm one of those Pollyanna-esque geek chicks who love Mondays -- viewing each
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
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This week in Booming, we learned more about the future of social media with self-starter and young entrepreneur Danielle Gingerich. From NYU to big brand companies, all the way to her own business, this sheBOOMer provided us with some great insight and
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
The right technology can make all the difference when you're running a business. Accounting, marketing, and sales (CRM - customer relationship management) systems come in many shapes and sizes so they can be matched with your needs and those of your customers! However, these systems
Sunni Markowitz dreams of summer all year long. The founder and Executive Director of Camp Lantern Creek in Montgomery, Texas, has been dedicated to giving kids a voice for much of her career. Among her many past accomplishments, Sunni was an advocate for special needs
Whether you're the head of your own company or just the head of your own life and body, these are all wise and wonderful pieces of advice!
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.
A vacation to whiskey country and a desire to help women entrepreneurs inspired Her Spirit owner Kjersten Merila and her husband to create this benevolent boozy business. Her Spirit’s lineup of liquors will include vodka, gin, and whiskey, with vodka launching first in early 2017.
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