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Monthly Archives: September 2010
By Natalia Sylvester, blog editor We’re looking for guest bloggers to contribute to our ongoing conversations about women and entrepreneurship. Are you a know-it-all (in a good way) looking to share your knowledge with those who want to know? Looking … Continue reading
Interview by Natalia Sylvester, blog editor Some of our most popular discussions in the forums have been about social media—how to effectively use a Facebook page for your business, how to approach different platforms such as Twitter, even how to … Continue reading
By Joanne Sperans, Volo Coaching Starting your own business can be scary and exciting, empowering and demoralizing. Having the idea is one thing—getting started is a whole different ball of wax. It’s easy to have ideas, and there are books … Continue reading
One of the things I love most about startups is the on-the-fly adaptation that is required. I love evolving and changing – without them, life gets boring pretty quickly. Building an online site really is, at its core, a psychological … Continue reading
by Mazarine Treyz, Wild Woman Fundraising In the cold, rainy winter of 2004, I started my fundraising consulting business in Boston with one client. I had no idea where my journey would take me. I had writing and researching experience, … Continue reading
By Natalia Sylvester, blog editor I started my writing career editing magazines, after working for a while in PR and advertising. When I decided I wanted to work for myself and become a freelance writer, I didn’t realize I was … Continue reading
By Kristen Cox, 16×9 Productions I am a leader, a producer, and a woman—a combination that I’ve noticed creates an invisible line I have to walk during each and every job. As a producer, I take a commercial, movie, music … Continue reading
By Ingrid Kambe Some people, like me, solve problems by thinking out loud. I’d solve them in my head, but there are so many thoughts in there that I seem to focus better by bringing them out. But there are … Continue reading
By Ana Ottman, Red Dress Studios So you’ve decided to take the leap and move to a new city. Whether it’s for a lifestyle change, to be closer to friends or family, or for a partner’s job—congratulations! Big life changes … Continue reading