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3 Critical Mistakes Women Entrepreneurs Make That Prevent Them From Replacing Their Corporate Salary
You'll discover: Why your addiction to being efficient will keep you in under-earning jail. The critical mindset shift you MUST make if you want to separate yourself from the millions of women entrepreneurs who are never able to replace their corporate salary. 3 internal shifts you must make to join the top 2% of women entrepreneurs.
Our partners play a very important role in our lives. We value their support more than anyone else in the world. It’s natural to feel this way and I have observed that many women in business expect their partners to give them 100% support with everything they do. This is where things usually go wrong. One of our podcast subscribers reached out to me recently with this very dilemma. She wanted to know why the people whom we love hate what we do and most importantly, what to do when you find yourself in this situation.
Happy February! It is Black History Month and we are focusing even more on promoting diversity and diverse women in leadership.
If you are ready to step into your power and make a big impact this year, then I’m inviting you to join me and a powerhouse lineup of guests at this not-to-be-missed live, face to face event in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Join us for Own the Room: Confidence, Influence, Presence & Power on Feb 28th 2017, 8:30am - 4:30pm. Register today and take advantage of our "early bird" pricing.
On today’s episode, I’m going to share with you the difference between a mentor and a sponsor and how connecting with a sponsor can help you make the quantum leaps you desire in your business or career in 2017.
It’s inauguration week in the United States – the week when the new President of the United States is sworn into the Oval Office. As the soon-to-be former President and First Lady prepare to leave the White House, I think back on the many accomplishments this powerhouse couple have achieved over their 8-year tenure – particularly, Michelle Obama. Despite whether you agree with her politics, or the politics of President Barack Obama, Michelle Obama’s career is filled with valuable leadership lessons for women in business. Today, I’m going to share with you some of the important lessons I have learned from simply observing how she has lead initiatives – from her work in combating childhood obesity and supporting veterans to her powerful speeches during the 2011 election. By simply observing her career, we can learn many valuable lessons that can help us be more effective in any negotiation, in any boardroom, or in any speech we give throughout 2017.
On episode 111, I’m talking with the world’s leading expert in building and improving influence, confidence, and perseverance, Dorie Clark.
Someone asked me recently what I thought the difference is between the (many) women who dream about their big goals and the (relatively few) who actually accomplish them. In a word: grit. When it comes to making your big, audacious dreams a reality, you cannot underestimate the importance of grit.
It’s that time of year again! Time for fierce feminine leaders to take a step back and reflect on the year they have had in 2016. Time to make plans for the upcoming 2017 year, envisioning the big goals they want to achieve for their business or career and map out how they want to achieve those goals.
The Christmas holiday season is, quite frankly, one of my most favourite times of year. I stay home. I declutter. I read books, drink wine, go for long walks and avoid email like the plague. And I also use the time to reflect upon the year that was — I review my accomplishments and challenges, and set some intentions for the coming year. 2016 was a banner year, both financially and in terms of the impact we had in the lives of the women we serve.
Part one of a new three-part miniseries in partnership with The Security Traders Association of Women in Finance. My first guest in the miniseries is Christine Sandler. Christine is the chair of The Security Traders Association Women in Finance task force who has been a financial powerhouse at Barclays Investment Bank, NYSE Euronext, Merrill Lynch, and Archipelago LLC.
Jennifer Gillivan, president and CEO of the IWK Health Center foundation talks about how to make the female voice heard in a male-dominated society and become a dominant presence inside the boardroom without coming out as arrogant and egoistic.
It is my pleasure today to speak with my guest Cheryl Wood founder of Cheryl Wood Empowers who is a globally known speaker, guru, author, and coach. She found her way out of a functional role in the corporate world into the highly satisfying realm of entrepreneurship and is instrumental in inspiring women around the world.