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Patti / April 13, 2014
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Recent research from the University of British Columbia showed a relationship between the presence of women on boards and better acquisition deals that reduced costs by 15 percent. When ...
Natascha Thomson / April 10, 2014
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Are you wondering where to blog? What to blog? How often? How to promote your blog? And how to make time for it all?  If yes, read on; this three-blog-series will give you realistic ...
Heather Lambie / April 3, 2014
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Chances are you have a short list of influential or inspiring people you would like to connect with for friendship, guidance, advice, mentorship, or more. I know I sure do. But many of ...
Patti / March 30, 2014
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Here’s the status quo, ladies. We are 14% of CEOs, 12% of board members, and 4% to 9% of Venture-backed start-up founders. Those are the facts. Let’s not mince words. Those numbers ...
Natascha Thomson / March 27, 2014
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This is the first post in the 3 part series “How to start a successful blog” by Natascha Thomson. Are you wondering where to blog? What to blog? How often? How to promote ...
Linda Townsend / March 24, 2014
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Feedback is the least expensive and most powerful tool at our disposal to help others and ourselves achieve our visions. Yet, it is often overlooked and under utilized. Why don’t we ...
Marney Reid / March 20, 2014
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As an entrepreneur, when you hear the word “mentor” do you associate that with someone who is climbing the corporate ladder? Since I live in both the corporate world and the ...
BIll Moore / March 16, 2014
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In my previous blogs I stated that a principal reason to use an LLC or corporation is to screen your personal assets from the debts and obligations (contracts and “slip and fall” ...
Heather Boggini / March 13, 2014
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In 2013 I participated in my first formal role as mentor through the Three Dot Dash (3DD) program. 3DD is an innovative year round mentoring and leadership program that connects dynamic ...
Marney Reid / March 6, 2014
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My last post covered what a mentor is and why you need one if you want to quickly move forward in achieving your long term goals.  This week we’ll talk about how to continually assess ...
Sue Stockdale / March 4, 2014
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Are making a difference and making money two competing priorities for a startup and for a founder? Here are 2 examples of female founders (Penny and Brenda) who prove that making money ...
Heather Lambie / February 27, 2014
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When I met with Heather Boggini about the possibility of writing for PSDNetwork, I was giddy with excitement. No matter the title on my business card over the years (and there have been ...
Linda Townsend / February 24, 2014
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“Put on your own oxygen mask before helping others.” If you find you devote little time and energy to your well being you are not alone! Many of us prioritize work, family ...
Tracey Locke / February 20, 2014
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As a writer, I tend to look back on my life experiences as chapters.  There was the college chapter, the first job, followed by the first career move chapter. Things inevitably happen ...
BIll Moore / February 16, 2014
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OK, so you are leaving the earliest stages of your business and it’s time to create a legal entity that protects you more than a sole proprietorship or partnership. In a prior blog I ...