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Welcome to our Business Blogs for Women. No matter the size or your venture, these business blogs for female entrepreneurs offer valuable information.

Our Women in business section features the latest tips, advice and blogs on how to start up your business.

Celebrating, Connecting, and Supporting Women Entrepreneurs. The Best Women In Business blogs from thousands of top Women Business bloggers in our index ..

No Excuses! How To Stop Making Excuses & Start Getting What You Want

No Excuses! How To Stop Making Excuses & Start Getting What You Want Do you have trouble achieving goals? Do you start things but rarely, if ever, finish them? Whether you’re struggling to write a book, stay on track with a fitness goal, get your finances in order, start a new business or anything else, chances are this one word is in your way. By the way, this one word can stop any of us — including me — from…

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6 Things You can Do When You’ve Had Enough Sexual Discrimination & Self-Sabatoge

6 Things You can Do When You’ve Had Enough Sexual Discrimination & Self-Sabatoge Every woman reaches a point at least once in her life (most of us, many more), where the frustration of sexual discrimination, subtle undermining or personal self-sabotage we learned at the knee of the dominant culture smacks us in the face. You know it. It’s that moment of wordless disbelief, where we grit our teeth and hang for a moment on the brink of eruption. It’s the…

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Inspirational Women in Their Prime: Kathy Smith, Fitness Titan – Prime Women

Inspirational Women in Their Prime: Kathy Smith, Fitness Titan – Prime Women If you were even slightly aware of the advent of aerobics and home workout VHS tapes, you most likely have seen (and at some point tried to keep up with) Kathy Smith. Kathy is at the forefront of a business she helped pioneer more than 30 years ago. Today, she can boast over $500 million in sales of books, videos, lifestyle products and fitness equipment. She even has a spot…

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If you’re not sleeping well, you’re not living well! – Mompreneurs®

If you’re not sleeping well, you’re not living well! – Mompreneurs® Written by Brooke Hohenadel I truly believe that your life would improve if you slept well each night! Since sleep is my thing, I want to share my Top 3 Tips for getting a better sleep, starting tonight: Move Every DayNotice I said move, not exercise? Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy a good workout just like the rest of us, but thankfully starting a crazy exercise routine is not necessary…

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How a Good Credit Score Can Benefit You as an Entrepreneur

Sponsored by ScoreShuttle: If you’re starting a new business, you’ve probably spent hours researching your market, potential outreach, revenue, and strategies. Sound familiar? Even though you’ve already done the bulk of your prep work, many entrepreneurs don’t consider their credit as an essential factor to the success of their businesses. If you thought credit was a personal issue, think again. This is your guide to why your personal credit can contribute to more success as an entrepreneur. Funding To put…

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Easy to Make Printables Makes This Blogger $2 Million Dollars a Year

Easy to Make Printables Makes This Blogger $2 Million Dollars a Year I love learning from amazing bloggers in the industry. And lucky enough, I had the pleasure of connecting with Sarah from Sarah Titus. Her story is amazing and truly inspiring. I have always wanted to start my own online store for a while now and with everything I do, I first dig deep into hours of research before making any hasty decisions. But then I stumbled on Sarah’s…

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Kerri Durso, Shearman & Sterling

Kerri Durso, Shearman & Sterling By Cathie Ericson Don’t be afraid to speak up, urges Shearman & Sterling’s Kerri Durso, a New York-based counsel in the Derivatives & Structured Products practice. “I find young lawyers– and women in particular– can be hesitant to speak up in groups. If you know the answer, share it without feeling intimidated by others,” she advises. “Having a true presence at the table is more than just being there and taking notes, but providing material…

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Gender Equality Services: Corporate Diversity Pathways

Gender Equality Services: Corporate Diversity Pathways In Australia, companies are realising that Diversity and Inclusion is good for business. With 46% of the workforce represented by women, inclusive targets of 50% of women represented on leadership teams are being set and achieved by Boards, CEO’s and Heads of Diversity + Inclusion. However, we still have a long way to go. Organisations need to actively turn their attention towards attracting, engaging, developing and retaining their top female talent. WGEA’s 2017 Employer of…

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6 Things You can Do When You’ve Had Enough Sexual Discrimination & Self-Sabatoge

6 Things You can Do When You’ve Had Enough Sexual Discrimination & Self-Sabatoge Every woman reaches a point at least once in her life (most of us, many more), where the frustration of sexual discrimination, subtle undermining or personal self-sabotage we learned at the knee of the dominant culture smacks us in the face. You know it. It’s that moment of wordless disbelief, where we grit our teeth and hang for a moment on the brink of eruption. It’s the…

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Female Filmmakers Win At Telling Their Stories

Female Filmmakers Win At Telling Their Stories Amy Guth (far right) and the all-female group of directors at the first female filmmakers festival in the Midwest. It was six short films (including two animated works) in one evening of spectacular possibility. The first-time juried Female Filmmakers Night at the Midwest Independent Film Festival in Chicago proved stories on screen produced, written, directed and performed by and about women are making an impact and changing the culture far beyond media and…

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6 Things You can Do When You’ve Had Enough Sexual Discrimination & Self-Sabatoge

6 Things You can Do When You’ve Had Enough Sexual Discrimination & Self-Sabatoge Every woman reaches a point at least once in her life (most of us, many more), where the frustration of sexual discrimination, subtle undermining or personal self-sabotage we learned at the knee of the dominant culture smacks us in the face. You know it. It’s that moment of wordless disbelief, where we grit our teeth and hang for a moment on the brink of eruption. It’s the…

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A Small Business’ Guide to Facebook Insights (INFOGRAPHIC)

A Small Business’ Guide to Facebook Insights (INFOGRAPHIC) If you’re running a small business, then there’s a good chance that Facebook is one of your primary social media channels for engaging with your community. Not only is it a great way of communicating with your audience and advertising to find new leads, it also has a powerful analytical section. Facebook Insights can give you excellent, usable data on how your page is performing and who exactly your customers are. To…

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Blockchain And CryptoCurrency Careers |

Blockchain And CryptoCurrency Careers | In recent months, Bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies, and the blockchain have become very popular topics of conversation. Usually, these discussions revolve around the value of Bitcoin and other digital currencies. As a Career Coach and HR Consultant, I’m more focused on the career opportunities and the HR implications that are related to the blockchain – the technology behind Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. In a future post, I’ll address some of the HR issues. In this article,…

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5 Tools to Improve Remote Team Management by @DrRKayGreen

5 Tools to Improve Remote Team Management by @DrRKayGreen by Dr. R. Kay Green | Featured Contributor Remote businesses and telecommuting options for employees are becoming more popular. A recent study has found that 3.9 million Americans work from home for at least half the week. This includes freelance workers and small businesses as well as large corporations. On the surface, it is easy to understand why so many professionals find remote work appealing. Remote work is not necessarily confined…

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What Is a Brand – Denise Lee Yohn

What Is a Brand – Denise Lee Yohn When people ask me to define “brand,” I say, “A brand is what you do and how you do it.”  This might not be the most common definition of what a brand is, but the one I use because it’s shorthand for the business school definition of a brand:  a product or service’s value that is delivered to its customers, and the way of doing business that is the basis of a…

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6 Things You can Do When You’ve Had Enough Sexual Discrimination & Self-Sabatoge

6 Things You can Do When You’ve Had Enough Sexual Discrimination & Self-Sabatoge Every woman reaches a point at least once in her life (most of us, many more), where the frustration of sexual discrimination, subtle undermining or personal self-sabotage we learned at the knee of the dominant culture smacks us in the face. You know it. It’s that moment of wordless disbelief, where we grit our teeth and hang for a moment on the brink of eruption. It’s the…

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