Kelly Wonderlin Joins She Is Fierce

 I am beyond honored to be a contributor to She is Fierce!Fierce Women section profiles are inspiring women nominated from around the world… Entrepreneurs, CEO’s, Mothers, Survivors, Community Leaders, Teachers, Athletes, Volunteers and all the other roles women hold today.  Their profiles focus on what makes these women inspiring – how they overcame challenges, became leaders, succeeded, failed, and built the life and joy that makes them so inspiring to others.     Kelly Wonderlin...more

Inspiring Business Women Thriving in Online Marketing

Women have come a long way in the world of business. When we look at our role models in the online marketing industry, there are a few outstanding and inspirational influences. Today we want to share with you three successful women in online marketing who really stand out for their trailblazing achievements. These exceptional women help others in their field to find drive and motivation. ...more

How to let a bad relationship ruin your career

 There are many articles which talk about how to prevent your career from ruining your relationship – but what about letting a relationship ruin your career?We’ve all been there. Relationships that are less than a Disney fairytale....more

Read about this week's new members at the Women Owned Business Club

These are the Women Owned Business Club's new weekly members. Come and see what we do for them every day for a one time fee of $45. We are dedicated to helping our members get their word out. www.womenownedbusinessclub.com Celine Egan, TCY Coaching & TrainingChandra Williams, Owner, A.C.E Your WaistKarin Caro, President of Blu Chip MarketingLacey Drust, The Shoe Bar LLCLaurie Marshall, Founder of TradeMarks The SpotLena Agacanyan,  Team Beach Body Coach Get Healthy w/Lena ...more

10 Ways to Honor Your Greatness

Here are 10 choices you can make to honor your greatness. Perhaps some of them you already are making. Perhaps not. What is essential is that you realize that, regardless of the choices you have made in the past, you are always – I repeat, always – able to begin making new choices that will not only honor you but take you in a new, more meaningful direction in life.1. Choosing to Take Responsibility...more

Why You Should Choose a Mentor. Part 1

Choosing a mentor is one of the most important decisions you can make as a professional.  Successful entrepreneurs understand the importance of having a mentor.  Mentors should be those whose work you admire; poses strong leadership abilities; an inspiration to you and others; offer solutions when you are faced with obstacles and invaluable insight.  Mentors are experts within a particular field and offer a wealth of experience.  In fact, developing a portfolio of mentors to meet different aspects of your life, both personally and professionally, is par...more

Can You Say No to Your Boss? Tips for Helping to Say No at Work. Part 1.

The tense and demanding workplace environment depicted in The Devil Wears Prada may hit a little too close to home. If an annoying boss or colleague is ruining your work day by adding to your stress or intruding into your personal time, you’re not alone. According to an online job source CareerBuilder.com survey, more than half of workers say they work under a great deal of stress, with nearly 77 percent reporting they feel burnout on the job....more

Be The Person Decision Makers Love to Hire and Promote!

Have you ever noticed that some professional women seem to get the best projects, clients, contracts and assignments, and their work is always in demand? Business women looking to move up must be constantly reinventing themselves, determining what skills they possess, acquiring those they need, and broadening their professional goals. Human resource professionals agree that executives consider the following skills and attitudes among the most important in promoting professional growth:...more

How to be a Pro

So you’re in business for yourself or you just landed a great job with promotion potential. Now, you’re expected to behave in a professional manner. What does that mean, exactly?Most of us can think of examples of unprofessional behavior but let’s look at the positive side. Here are some of my, highly personal, thoughts both as an employer and a client.Be Positive. No one likes to hear a list of woes and reasons why you can’t do something or don’t feel like it. If you’re having a bad day, keep it to yourself. ...more
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