Events & Resources

Post image for Launched! The Entrepreneur’s Prenup

Yes, I’ve been tantalizing you for months . . . and now it’s here!:  The Entrepreneur’s Prenup: How to Choose a Business Partner Who Won’t [bleep] You.  Can be found at http://www.entrepreneursprenup.com/ and soon to be at Amazon.com (but not yet). The Home Study 3 Piece Package Includes: 175 Page Soft Cover Book 3 Audio […]

{ 0 comments }

Most business owners [Solopreneurs, Entrepreneurs] reach a boiling point – a point where they are totally overwhelmed and can’t take it anymore. They have a choice: bust through and find a way for the business to function without them as much, or scale back so they can keep it manageable. We want to hear your […]

{ 0 comments }

I was able to grab a few minutes at the New York Times Small Business Summit with Richard Oceguera, the energetic President of the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce of New York. The organization, known as the NGLCCNY, is a business advocate and a direct link between LGBT business owners and those who […]

{ 0 comments }

When I had a few minutes with Technology Evangelist Ramon Ray, founder of SmallBizTechnology.com, he surprised me. This technology guru recommended that small business owners push back from technology a bit to get the things done that we need to do! Ramon and I chatted about productivity obstacles that small businesses create for themselves and […]

{ 2 comments }

Post image for Smart Tax Planning Webcast!

Here’s an example of not-so-smart tax planning:  doing nothing. It doesn’t take a lot to sit down with an accountant to explore the deductions and credits you’re entitled to as a small-business owner.  For a great overview of the top issues, visit Wells Fargo’s newly released webcast on Smart Tax Planning for Your Business, part […]

{ 0 comments }

Post image for Where Will You Be at 8pm ET Tomorrow?

If you have any inclination to work with a business partner, I hope you’ll be joining me for my FREE Entrepreneur’s Prenup teleseminar.  It’s easy to identify the high points, but the low points tend to get glossed over.  Learn what they are so that you can avoid them!  Sign up today!

{ 0 comments }

No, not the one that is filled with coffee filters and stale snacks. What does your “kitchen cabinet” of business advisers look like? Known as “The Small Biz Lady,” Melinda Emerson, small business consultant, speaker and author of Become Your Own Boss in 12 Months, took a moment with me at the New York Times […]

{ 2 comments }

True confessions: I’m a bit of a slug the first couple of weeks of the year. Partly because my body has not recovered from the non-stop stuff-your-face-fest that began with too many jelly doughnuts on Chanukah, juggernauted its way through Cousin Jen’s homemade mozzarella-cheese-and-pepperoni Stromboli as Christmas Dinner appetizer, and slid into cheap champagne brunches […]

{ 0 comments }

They fail to pay attention to their finances. Most small business owners are so busy running the business, that they don’t pay attention to their cash flow statement from June. (Be honest – have you done this yet?) At the New York Times Small Business Summit, I was able to get some more secrets to […]

{ 3 comments }

Post image for Free Online Brand Reinvention Summit Starts Tomorrow, 10/1

Beginning tomorrow, award-winning global brand analyst Mary van de Wiel (aka Van) and nine other creative visionaries (including moi) will share their insider strategies with entrepreneurs, small-business owners, and startup CEOs through a FREE online Brand Reinvention Summit.  This innovative summit is designed to help struggling businesses rethink, revitalize and repackage their brands to get […]

{ 0 comments }