Last week we celebrated National Equal Pay Day. The federal government announced this week that it is bringing official charges against Google for unequal pay for women. And the tone of the articles the past 2 weeks seems to be focused on doing the right stuff to take the right next step. The stuff progress is made of. Knowing is half the battle. Enjoy!
Startups in 13 Sentences. PaulGraham.com. 13 critical areas to focus on when you start a company. And they are also the areas entrepreneurs should want to focus on.
5 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Benefit from Advertising Discounts on Deal Websites. Entrepreneur. Straight-forward advice. Helpful list of resources.
How Congress Can Help Women Entrepreneurs. The Hill. Valuable stats and data on what’s going on with Congressional efforts for entrepreneurship, and particularly women entrepreneurs.
The 5 Essentials Entrepreneurs Need to Succeed. Entrepreneur. Every entrepreneur is given an opportunity to be great. The difference between good and great is 5%. This expert give his top 5 essentials for being great.
Learning to be an Entrepreneur. Forbes. Entrepreneurship (and intrapreneurship) can be learned. We are indeed grown, not born. It’s a conscious choice to learn to be good at it.
Relax, Millennial Men Don’t Really Want to Keep Women in the Kitchen. Fortune. Data and discussion on gender equality still very much in the early stages of the evolution, evidenced by this interesting article.
What Happens When Women Dream Big and Act Boldly? Forbes. Dreaming big and being bold is becoming lady-like.
5 Steps to Achieving More Work-Life Balance. QCityMetro.com. This author makes these 5 a priority. It may just be the hard work to prioritize and then to live the priorities that creates “balance.”
No, Uber Drivers Are Not Entrepreneurs. Inc. In our ever-changing economy and workforce structure, this straight-shooting writer does a fantastic job of dispelling the misperceptions these changes have created around entrepreneurship. Great read.
FROM MY LIBRARY
Building a System Is a Directive for Success. 4/13/2017 Tips from the Community. Cody Butler’s successful boutique business, HEAT Bootcamp, is scaling from a single location to a franchise model. He has become a true believer in the importance of building systems for maximizing success.
Advice for New Working Moms: Stop Taking Advice. Forbes. This insightful and transparent discussion is from a great intrapreneur and mother of 3 boys – all under the age of 10. And, she happens to be my sister – Heather Zynczak. Thank you for sharing Heather!
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2016/2017 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor. Sponsored by Babson College. This is the 18th annual report with data, trends, insights and broad perspective that make this a valuable educational tool year-round. Note: Download the first report.
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