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Monthly Archives: October 2010
by Anne Giles Clelland, Handshake 2.0 During the dot-com boom, I started a World Wide Web business. It failed. Ten years later—we’ll call it during Web 2.0—I started an Internet business. A part of it is failing. The reason for … Continue reading
by Jackie Dana, Getting Dirty Designs Troublemaker. Annoying. Loud. Bitch. Extreme words, and unpleasant… but perhaps a little familiar? If you’ve ever heard any of those words used to describe you or another woman you know, it might be because … Continue reading
By Natalia Sylvester, blog editor Think small. It’s the opposite of everything we hear in inspirational speeches, or in interviews with successful businesspeople who made it because they dreamed big. It goes completely against that saying, “Shoot for the moon, … Continue reading
By Ana Ottman, community manager I’ve noticed something recently. It is a habit that is highly contagious and counterproductive to your business success. It is the case of the “Shoulds”. The Diagnosis As in: “I should have invited that person … Continue reading
Interview by Natalia Sylvester, blog editor About this time last year, a good friend of mine suggested I get in touch with a financial planner. There were so many changes going on in my life at the time–I was newly … Continue reading
By Mary Garcia, maryraks.com I am a businesswoman and a bellydancer. I remember how burned I felt the first few times I told people that phrase and their eyes glazed over at the second title, as if the word “bellydancer” … Continue reading
by Ana Ottman, community manager The Sharp Skirts community has catapulted onto the entrepreneurial scene this fall as the place to go for knowledge-based information about your business. As the new Community Manager, it’s my job to make sure that … Continue reading
Insulting. Naive. Short-sighted. Ignorant. Harmful. I spent the weekend mulling these adjectives in my head, trying to figure out which was the best descriptor for this ridiculous post on TechCrunch by Penelope Trunk (it pains me to even link to … Continue reading
by Ana Ottman, community manager When you contemplate starting your own business, you may feel like you’re starting all over again. (Isn’t that is a confidence killer.) You’re not. You carry your previous life with you when you start any … Continue reading