I knew if I worked hard and never gave up, the money would come. And it did!
One of the most integral parts of starting and growing a business (or achieving anything in life) is knowing your “why”. Why am I starting my own business? Why am I risking my finances and time to do something very few people do? Once you find the answer to your why, you are on the way to finding your success!
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By Cyrena Martin
You never make that initial contact or introduce yourself. Why is there such hesitation to jump at the opportunity to congratulate our sisters for their style, charisma, and accomplishments? And even more importantly, why don’t successful, powerful women in leadership take the time to coach, mentor and uplift those who are struggling to start a business, get promoted, or secure a seat in the executive board room?
By Shontina Gladney
Many times as entrepreneurs we play it safe with our fashion, or never consider a uniform as a way to take our brand to the next level. This month I want to present 5 WAYS that you can transform your image to attract those who are waiting on you to play big in all areas of your business.
By Lydia Beasley
Planning is needed in every aspect of our lives and should be viewed as a necessity. We often say, "I plan to do it", but never take action on establishing steps. Because there is always so much to do, proper planning cannot be ignored; especially, when you want to succeed.
You have every reason to make planning a part of your routine. Would you say "I have too much money so I don’t need to plan?" or, "I don’t have enough money to follow a plan?" Neither scenario makes sense. There is always room for a plan, no matter what stage of life and regardless of age. A five year old will likely develop a habit of planning simply by having a scheduled routine everyday. Starting young, of course, establishes a great foundation.