Thursday, December 13th, 2018

Business rss

  • When is Quitting Okay?


    In business, when is Quitting okay?I was brought up in business with the belief that “winners never quit and quitters never win.” For years this expression haunted me and I firmly resolved that I would never quit anything no matter what it was because I was a winner. It became such an obsession to me to be true to my decision to stay the course that I found myself living a life that I wasn’t passionate about anymore and instinctively knew that it was time to move one but never did anything about it.

    Have you ever felt like that? You’re stuck in a role that you used to love but don’t anymore but yet you’re sticking with it only because you don’t want to be viewed as a quitter? I’m not talking about being flakey – someone who quits anything and never really tries to succeed at anything – but am talking about someone who has put their all into their business and still feels led to move in another direction but fights making the change. Your heart breaks when you think about leaving behind years of work but deep down you know that the time has come and a new chapter of your life is ready to begin.

    I want to let you know that it is ok to quit sometimes. There is no benefit to trying to be a hero and persevere at something you’re no longer passionate about. People change, your interests change, your priorities change and to expect your goals to not change as well is impossible.

    [ Read More ] • [ 2 Comments ] • [ Filed under Business ] • [ 3/08/12 ]
  • Business School or Law School – Which is Better?


    Raj Singh (freelance writer, entrepreneur, and law school graduate) looks at the benefits of a law degree versus a business degree, and explains how an education in law can help entrepreneurs. He also points out some down sides to getting a law degree, like the costs, stress and time commitment.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Business ] • [ 3/06/12 ]
  • Create a Business with Heart


    Giving back to the community and reducing impact on the environment is now a necessity for a business who wishes to engage top talent and build strong relationships with consumers and community members. Catherine Rocheleau explains how YOU can build a business “with heart” that is in alignment with your personal goals and values, as well as those of your employees.

    [ Read More ] • [ 1 Comment ] • [ Filed under Business ] • [ 2/27/12 ]
  • Sandra Garcia, Middle Child Marketing: on Being Mentored


    Sandra Garcia, publicist and owner of Middle Child Marketing Inc., had already been running her business for four years when she decided to take part in a mentorship program — as the mentee! She discusses how she started her business, what she learned from working with a mentor, and why she decided now was the time to do it.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Business ] • [ 1/31/12 ]
  • A New Year, New Opportunities and….Overwhelm?


    It’s January and the start of a new year and a revved up schedule with new demands, dreams and goals. January often rolls in like a lamb after the holidays, but quickly picks up speed and ends like a lion. Are you feeling overwhelmed? Catherine Rocheleau gives three tips to conquer an out-of-control workload.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Business ] • [ 1/26/12 ]
  • What’s Your “X” Factor? Find Out & Attract More Clients!


    Do you know what it takes to win in business? Is it talent? Skill? Luck? It may not be what you think! Natasha Golinsky reveals four strategies to help you figure out what your “X” Factor is so you can give your clients what THEY want and need.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Business ] • [ 1/18/12 ]
  • Pricing Yourself: Can You Bear the Market?


    Are you charging what your product or service is worth? Are you worried that if you charge more, the market can’t bear it? Ellen Rohr (Bare Bones Biz) gives tips on how to price yourself, successfully, using a marketer’s mindset.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Business ] • [ 12/31/11 ]
  • 3 R’s of Entrepreneurship – Rest, Relax & Rejuvenate


    Catherine Rocheleau explains the 3 R’s of entrepreneurship, and gives compelling reasons why entrepreneurs must make time for relaxation. By recharging your batteries, you’ll feel refreshed and be more innovative and creative at work.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Business ] • [ 12/31/11 ]
  • Deal with Email Overload in 3 Easy Steps


    Are you overwhelmed by too much email? Rigdha Acharya give three easy steps for taking charge of your inbox and using email more effectively for your business.

    [ Read More ] • [ 1 Comment ] • [ Filed under Business ] • [ 12/19/11 ]
  • Is Your Team “Filet Mignon” or “Yesterday’s Leftovers?”


    Natasha Golinsky wonders why some leaders can motivate their team to achieve success while others can barely get their team to ‘good enough’ and she compares leadership to cooking. Are you the type of leader who takes the easy mac-and-cheese route, or do you spend the extra time and effort to create a four-star meal?

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Business ] • [ 12/19/11 ]
  • Conflict Resolution: Make it a Priority


    Dr. Patty Ann Tublin reveals the fourth skill that will help you deal with, and resolve, conflicts in your business, marriage or other relationships. This is part five of Dr. Patty Ann’s six-part series, “Conflict Resolution for Women in Biz.”

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Balance,Business ] • [ 12/15/11 ]
  • 3 Facets of Business Sustainability


    Are your business practices helping or hindering the environment, your community and your employees? Catherine Rocheleau explains three facets of Business Sustainability every entrepreneur should consider incorporating into their business, with tips on how to go about doing so.

    [ Read More ] • [ 1 Comment ] • [ Filed under Business ] • [ 11/30/11 ]
  • Conflict Resolution: Take Responsibility


    Conflict resolution is a valuable tool for entrepreneurs to practice not only for business, but for their other relationships as well. Dr. Patty Ann Tublin, a relationship expert, reveals the third of five skills she mentions in “Conflict Resolution Success in Business & Marriage.”

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Balance,Business ] • [ 11/08/11 ]
  • Grow Your Business by Improving Your Procedures


    “As I work with entrepreneurs, I frequently experience times when they are overwhelmed and not able to move their business forward because they don’t know what to do. Does this sound like you?” Catherine Rocheleau explains what systems are and how you can improve your business growth by having good ones in place.

    [ Read More ] • [ No Comments ] • [ Filed under Business ] • [ 10/26/11 ]
  • Does Your Business Plan Suck?


    Does your business plan suck? Do you wish you could do an Extreme Makeover on your business? Ellen Rohr asks you to take an honest look at whether or not you’re happy with your business and if not, ask yourself how can you make things better?

    [ Read More ] • [ 1 Comment ] • [ Filed under Business ] • [ 10/26/11 ]