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There are lots of reasons you might feel the need to leave your business. Maybe it’s time to spend more time with family. Maybe you’re losing your passion for it. Or, you’re simply looking ahead to doing something new and different. The decision to sell and move on is one of the most difficult decisions […]

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Would that we could wave a magic wand and–POOF!–be a successful entrepreneur. Actually, it’s usually more a matter of becoming a successful entrepreneur and gorwing into the role than all-of-a-sudden being it. In this short video interview with Carolyn Kepcher of Work Her Way, I briefly discuss how a busienss owner might get in the […]

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Business partnerships are easy to begin, tough to maintain. (Equally tough is finding a webcam freeze frame that doesn’t make me look downright goofy). In this video, I’m interviewed by Phil Simon, technology expert, management consultant, and author of the recently-released The Age of the Platform (his 4th book). We cover a range of business partnership issues including: What prompted me […]

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As a business owner looking to grow, there may have been times when you’ve been strapped for the cash you need to scale your business. (Now, perhaps?) Instead of turning to traditional methods of loans or angel investors, you might be thinking of going to the Bank of Mom and Dad, or another person with […]

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Are you among the business owners who aren’t earning what they want?  Can’t seem to get enough “traction” to hire the team to move you forward? You’re not alone. The vast majority of small business owners in America fall into that category. But let me ask you– do you want to do this for the […]

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Post image for Interview with Kat Gordon: The Art of Getting Paid

As Kat Gordon, founder of the mom-centered marketing agency Maternal Instinct knows well, moms influence 85 percent of their household purchases.  There’s an art (and a science) to marketing to mothers.  Being a business owner, she also learned the hard way that there’s an art (and a science) to getting paid by your clients. Listen in […]

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Today Show and CNN “Reinvention Expert” Eli Davidson introduces me as one of the “top business attorneys in the country” at the BRAVA Conference, an invitation-only event for women who know playing small is no longer an option for them. I’m sharing this video clip with you because I talk about a serious problem that […]

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Post image for Interview with Ana Harvey: Gettin’ a Bigger Piece of the Pie

Tune in for this spirited interview with Ana Harvey, Director of the SBA’s Office of Women’s Business Ownership. New opportunities are afoot for women-owned businesses to get a larger share of the federal contracts pie. Listen in as we discuss: The new rules for federal contracting opportunities The kinds of women-owned businesses that can best […]

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Post image for Interview with Elisa Balabram: Ask Others/Trust Yourself

Women-owned businesses generate approximately $2.8 trillion dollars a year, according to a recent study done by the Center for Women’s Business Research.  In gross amounts, that’s no chump change (I could do a LOT with $2.8 trillion.).  However, the study also seems to indicate that only 4.2 percent of all revenue is generated by women-owned […]

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Post image for She Takes on the World: Interview with Natalie MacNeil

“She Takes on the World” is not just a glowing compliment my husband gives about me (and, frankly, could pertain to many of you)–it’s the name of the award-winning blog by Natalie MacNeil, media producer, entrepreneur, former ambassador and Stevie Award finalist. Listen in as we cover why she felt a code of ethics was […]

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