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Do You Know Your WHY? You Can’t Lead Without It

Do You Know Your WHY? You Can’t Lead Without It

| December 31, 2013 | 2 Comments

I find it very strange how often we’re asked, “So what do you want to do with your life?” or better still, the post-education version, “So what do you do for a living?” Oh the joys of small talk. The reason why most people hate this mindless (sometimes awkward) chit-chat is because it’s all about […]

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11 Tips for a Healthier Outlook on Life

11 Tips for a Healthier Outlook on Life

| December 30, 2013 | 1 Comment

  From time to time everyone gets down in the dumps. Luckily there are some easy remedies out there which can be used to make you feel more positive and get back on the right track for a more holistic view on life again. Goals Setting goals has to be one of the biggest tasks […]

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Juggling a Day Job + Side Business

Juggling a Day Job + Side Business

| December 26, 2013 | 1 Comment

Many entrepreneurs I know have a side business, rather than a business they are running full time. The reality is that people have bills to pay and mouths to feed while they are waiting for the business to take off. In this episode of She Takes on the World TV I’m going to help you […]

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Between Businesses? 5 Ways To Sell Your Entrepreneurial Spirit To Employers

Between Businesses? 5 Ways To Sell Your Entrepreneurial Spirit To Employers

| December 24, 2013 | 1 Comment

Entrepreneurs are a resilient bunch; when a venture doesn’t work out, it is only a matter of time before they regroup and try another but, occasionally it may be necessary to find “traditional” employment in the interim. Presenting your special entrepreneurial skillsets to a potential employer may seem a daunting task initially, but in reality, […]

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The Definitive Guide to Your Core Values

The Definitive Guide to Your Core Values

| December 20, 2013 | 3 Comments

Remember when you were a kid and ate that last brownie even though your mom told you not to? At first, it was delicious and let’s be honest, there’s nothing like that happy feeling of having chocolate smeared across your face. But somehow you knew it was wrong and started to feel strangely guilty about […]

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Good Coach vs. Bad Coach

Good Coach vs. Bad Coach

| December 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

  I was having a conversation the other day with an entrepreneur from Silicon Valley, California who has hired coaches before, has regrets about his lack of success or rather limited belief that he lacks success and his inability to resonate with or see value in coaching because he’s invested and been burned one too […]

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The Entrepreneurial Strategy To Overcoming Depression

The Entrepreneurial Strategy To Overcoming Depression

| December 16, 2013 | 4 Comments

It’s no secret that the high-pressure world of business can have some unfortunate effects on our health. Aside from the constant stress that comes with being a successful entrepreneur, there’s the ever-present risk of debt. We’ve all seen it happen – an investment goes awry, your forecasts turn out to be off, or a global […]

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Don’t Be Afraid To Be Crazy

Don’t Be Afraid To Be Crazy

| December 16, 2013 | 3 Comments

  I founded Headbands of Hope during my junior year of college after my internship at Make-A-Wish. I found that girls loved to wear headbands after they lost their hair to chemotherapy. Therefore, for every headband purchased, one is given to a girl with cancer and $1 is donated to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to […]

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Is Age a Good Indicator of How Much You’ve Lived?

Is Age a Good Indicator of How Much You’ve Lived?

| December 13, 2013 | 4 Comments

It doesn’t matter if you’re 15 or 55 – your age is just a number. It just indicates the number of years you have been on this planet. It does not indicate how many years you have lived. A few weeks back my accountability partner who’s many years older than me asked: “How I’ve learned […]

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10 Tips to Prevent the Growth of Nasty Office Politics

10 Tips to Prevent the Growth of Nasty Office Politics

| December 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

No matter your product, as a CEO of a burgeoning company you must be resolved that you are in the people business first, all else second. Office politics, jockeying for position, each employee operating in his or her own self-interest—all this can suck up valuable energy and time if you don’t get a handle on […]

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