Category Archives: Musings

Legal Lessons for Women Business Owners – Part 3

Owning a successful business takes lots of different knowledge and know-how to get it running smoothly—which includes avoiding risks.  Yet…

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Focus on what you CAN control

We’ve all had a lot to shoulder recently — New Yorkers especially. We’re the epicenter of the Coronavirus. Roughly one…

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Basic Training: Yams, Cranberries and Turkey–Oh My!

The only training going on today is the training for my stomach to expand past all reasonable girth.  I’m staring…

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Entrepreneurs and the Hazards of Independence

Happy Independence Day! Entrepreneurs are blessed with a wonderfully independent, can-do spirit, which deserves to be celebrated. But sometimes, that independent streak…

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Is Your Business Open … For New Ideas?

When the Coronavirus hit, many thought the quarantine would last only 2 months. The PPP and EIDL benefits reflect this…

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How to move from lead-doer to small business leader

Listen to the Episode Below: I only want to focus on 3 things, said Caryn. But who will do the…

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Negotiation Takeaways from the Victoria’s Secret Deal

The Coronavirus Pandemic has affected more than just jobs. Business deals that were struck just a couple of months ago…

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Giving Thanks for a Little Lawyer Levity

An oldie, but a goodie: Rick Georges’ Top 10 Reasons There Weren’t Any Lawyers on the Mayflower.  And thanks to…

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Don’t Be Afraid to Pivot. Change Is A Constant.

For many of us, our world has been turned upside down. I’ve talked to lots of solo and small firm…

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Making Time to Breathe . . . and Celebrate

From north of the border (Canada) comes some really great advice to help get you jazzed for the upcoming holidays:…

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