I recently came across a discussion topic regarding a woman's recent decision to join the entrepreneur set. She wanted to know what others felt was the most important element to consider with regards to going into business for one's self. I answered, you have to be careful to surround yourself with the right people. In … Continue reading Staying on the lookout for the win
What separates a business from a hobby? My husband and I watch a fair bit of the show, Shark Tank, and often one of the investors will explain the difference to wannabe entrepreneurs. It is one thing to have an idea, and I am in no way diminishing the importance of that crucial element, but … Continue reading Separating Business from Hobby
My kids recently discovered the movie, the Croods, which is about a family of cavemen who have to leave the safety of their cave due to a series of earthquakes and other eruptions. Mid way through the father, quite bewildered by his family's behavior, tells his daughter, I kept you safe. To which his daughter replied, … Continue reading Leadership and Management – is it so easy a caveman could do it?
My husband didn't jump into entrepreneurship overnight. No, like an illness, the bug went through an incubation period prior to maturing to the point of full outbreak. During this period, he started taking classes on how to better understand the nuances of the stock market. How to recognize the patterns in price that might indicate … Continue reading What would you do differently if you knew others were watching?
As previously mentioned, my recently published debut novel entitled, An Uncertain Faith, was recently picked up by Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. I was understandably excited and wanted to promote this event within my network of family and friends. When they went to search for it by title, however, it didn't appear in the results. … Continue reading Searchability In Amazon