Wednesday, February 26th, 2020

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  • Fitness and Exercise 101


    I don’t need to preach to the choir about having limited time (and often budget) when you’re a student. And as an entrepreneur, not only are you busy running your business, but you’re probably constantly upgrading your skills in classes, conferences and seminars.

    If you’re attempting to tackle the subject of health for the first time and add a fitness routine to your repertoire, fear not, it doesn’t have to be expensive and complicated. Sure, there are hundreds of books, websites and personal trainers preaching all sorts of diets, exercise trends and new research, but let’s simplify the process. I bring you “Fitness and Exercise 101.” Here is a sample of some popular terms that you will encounter.

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  • The Real Reason Entrepreneurs Get Funded by Venture Capitalists


    Natalie Sisson, founder of WomanzWord, breaks down a report she read on Venture Capitalists (people who invest in other people’s businesses). What attracts them to one business over another? Does it matter if you’re a solopreneur or in a partnership? Natalie summarizes what she learned.

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  • How-To: Start a Blogging Business


    If you’ve ever wondered how to start a blog and monetize it, then read this. Biz writer Cathy Watters interviews Tenille Lafontaine, a stay-at-home mom and owner of “Feisty, Frugal & Fabulous” to find out how she got into product review blogging.

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  • Create A Passive Income – Virtually


    Tracey Ehman gives a couple ideas of how a stay-at-home mom can create passive income in addition to running her business. Some ideas include referral fees and selling e-books. Includes action plan to help you brainstorm money-making ideas.

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  • Credit Card Processing Tips for Internet Entrepreneurs


    Stella Fayman, blogger and Marketing and Customer Relations manager for a credit card processing company, provides five must-have tips for entrepreneurs who are considering accepting online payments.

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  • “Feisty, Frugal, & Fabulous” Mom turns hobby blog into biz


    How do you go about making money online? Stay-at-home mompreneur Tenille Lafontaine started blogging two years ago and now gets free stuff (her most recent freebies were a trip to Cancun and a coffee maker) while earning revenue equivalent to a part-time job. She says it’s hard work but worth it to be her own boss, work from home, and to be able to contribute to the family income.

    [ Read More ] • [ 11 Comments ] • [ Filed under Business ] • [ 8/03/10 ]
  • Vision boards 101 – what are they and how can they help YOU?


    Elena Pezzini, a certified professional coach and hypnotist, explains what Vision Boards are (aka Treasure Maps), how you can make one, and why you would want to. Also, find out how to make one in paper, digital or video formats.

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  • How-To: Make a Vision Board


    Elena Pezzini, life coach, gives step-by-step instructions on how to make Vision Boards, from paper collages to full videos. She also includes an interactive PowerPoint you can use to create your own digital vision board.

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  • Time Management and Why You Need To Stop Stealing


    Natalie Sisson, blogger and founder of WomanzWorld, talks about time management and the importance of taking responsibility for your actions — or inactions. Do you really not have enough time to do what you want? Or, do you just not want to do it in the first place? Natalie gives three simple strategies for achieving more with the time you have.

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  • The Accidental Entrepreneur


    Robyn Land wanted to be an Environmental Educator when she grew up. Instead, she became an entrepreneur, and has been running a successful yoga business since 2006.

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  • Achieve work/life balance in 16 steps


    Heather Townsend, “The Efficiency Coach,” gives 16 steps to improving your work/life balance.

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  • Life Balance and Exercise


    Regular exercise can really help with your life balance – it helps you sleep better and feel better – but sometimes, it can seem like just another stressful task that’s eating up your time. Here are two easy programs to help you "FITT" it into your busy life.

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  • From Bay Street to Beach Street: creating the life she wants


    A corporate worker in Toronto, Canada, became an entrepreneur so she could build the life she wanted: being her own boss and taking business trips to the Caribbean.

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  • How-To: Find a business organization in your area


    Whether you’re just starting out, or you’ve been in business for awhile, it’s good to know where you can go to get help. Maybe you want to find out how to write a business plan. Maybe you want to know how to expand your business, deal with taxes or meet other entrepreneurs.

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  • First impressions in the Digital Age


    Successful businesses are driven by personal connections. Yet, in this digital age, initial contact with prospective clients is rarely face-to-face. Through websites, social media and other marketing materials, ensuring positive first impressions before meeting clients often comes down to the portrait we choose.

    [ Read More ] • [ 1 Comment ] • [ Filed under How-To ] • [ 6/28/10 ]