It’s a career we’re all passionate about (you wouldn’t be an entrepreneur if you didn’t love what you do) but sometimes we’re so exhausted doing menial tasks that we forget the important things.
Without adding much more to your plate, here are six small but essential things you should be doing every week if you’re a female entrepreneur.
Recommended reading: Four New Year’s Resolutions Every Entrepreneur Should Set
Read a book: be prepared to learn
Learning doesn’t stop just because you’ve made a bit of money. There are always opportunities to learn and grow, and as …
By Kelly Lockwood Primus, President & COO, Leading Women
Gender Balance. Let those two words sink in for a moment. What do they mean? It’s a term used in business that most companies strive for but very few actually achieve—it’s a culture of parity. In its simplest form, Gender Balance means having a balanced mix of men and women in leadership roles. It means the women in those leadership roles are being paid equally and treated the same as their male colleagues in similar roles. It means women have the same opportunity for advancement as the men in the organization. Does this sound like the company you work for?
Here’s why—until companies fix their culture, they’ll never achieve true balance—and women will never be on a level playing field with their male counterparts, or achieve…
By Sally Poblete, CEO of Wellthie
Providing your employees with insurance coverage is one of the best ways for small business owners to support their employees. Employees with health insurance are happier, far more productive in the office, and are more likely to stay at a company if they are satisfied with their current benefits. In this digital age, online benefits marketplaces render finding employee insurance for your employees as modern and straightforward as searching for and buying other high ticket items such as automobiles or homes. There are resources at your disposal should you have any questions throughout the insurance shopping and purchasing process. Below are three reasons online marketplaces help small business owners choose health insurance:
As a small business owner, you are exceedingly busy and your time is valuable. In a recent Vistaprint survey, small business owners reporte…
by Amanda BowmanColor has a deep and often subconscious effect on our behavior.
According to a study examining the effect of color on sales, 92.6% of people surveyed by the CCI: Institute for Color Research said that color was the most important factor when purchasing products.
How you use color in your business can affect the success or failure of your business.
Let’s take a closer look.Color: Truly in the Eye of the Beholder
We can thank Newton for discovering that color is the sensation of light bouncing off something and entering our eyes. Newton found that light is made up of many different wavelengths, each one perceived as a different color.
For example, the color red isn’t actually in the strawberry …