Hello All In community! Today’s wisdom comes to you from Desiree Leung, Director of Finance, Care.com HomePay. Desiree brings an intimate example of the power of education. Her words of wisdom are meaningful on many levels, as she also shares the power in doing really hard things – getting a graduate degree while working. Wow! [Read more]
The best of the past two weeks have a common theme focused on tangible solutions and productivity. Whether discussing business problems or sexual harassment, the discussion was focused on solutions rather than problems. Good perspectives that are ‘glass half full’ rather than ‘half empty.’ Enjoy!
How Entrepreneurs Can Resist Shiny-Object Syndrome. @EntMagazineME. Don’t [Read more]
When it comes to business, working hard is nothing without working smart.
The power of priority in each area of life produces a ripple effect that strengthens the whole.
We’ve all worked with companies whose priorities and strategies are like Baskin-Robbins, where there’s always a new flavor of the month. They work extremely hard. There’s a [Read more]
With the 4th of July holiday, I expected the reading to be fluffy, ho-hum, and frankly, a waste of time. Was I wrong. The last 2 weeks of material have been ‘meaty’ and even edgy. It’s been wonderful reading – the stuff that takes your passion up a notch. Enjoy!
Hello All In community! Today’s wisdom comes to you from Jennifer Garner, Founder Refined Interiors. Jennifer is one of the few women I know that has an innate talent for knowing how to balance. She instinctively knows how to prioritize to create a fulfilling professional and personal life. We are so grateful to learn from [Read more]
Most of the articles I read over the past 2 weeks were filled with empowerment, and discussions of the intangible stuff – like balance and failure. These topics are incredibly useful to entrepreneurs in navigating barriers on the road to success. There is real power in simply knowing. Enjoy.
Going it alone could be the worst decision you ever make.
“If you want something done right, do it yourself ” should be eliminated from the list of clichés and replaced with “You should not do it alone.” I spent too many years trying to do it myself and have suffered terribly. Our culture seems to [Read more]
It feels like summer, and the latest entrepreneurial articles reflect the feeling of a change of seasons. The top 10 for the last 2 weeks are full of authentic tips, resources, and data you can put to good use. They are without the angst and frustration that has been a strong undertone since the beginning [Read more]
Hello All In community! Today’s wisdom comes to you from Kerri Swope, Vice President Care.com HomePay (and one of my proteges). Kerri provides long-term proof of the value and smart business produced when a company invests in mentorship as a best practice. Not many companies have 15+ years to provide proof of the ROI. Care.com [Read more]
Today I’m sharing my thoughts on smart progress of entrepreneurship, as they define the tone and value of the blogs I serve up. You will not see the oh-so-popular articles that I term ‘super soft or exclusively female.’ Yes, women entrepreneurs face more barriers on today’s entrepreneurial path, but I don’t believe articles that are [Read more]