Ideally, every small business owners could charge what they really want – what they're really worth – but that doesn't always happen. Our main challenges come down to four areas: price, comparisons, time, and confidence. Challenge: Price This is the most quoted and least understood reason why a client will or will not accept … Continue reading Navigating the Twin Pits of Time and Price
If you've ever tried to explain the difference between crying for joy and crying for sorrow - to a friend or spouse - this article will satisfy the listener's skepticism about different emotions sparking different tears ("Looking At Tears Under a Microscope"). Sometimes, as women in small businesses, we get some erroneous ideas about tears: Big … Continue reading Different Tears for Different Times
If you're looking for a reason to be paranoid, as a small business owner, you really don't have to go far. Taxes. Paperwork. Competitors. Employees. Things you should Know How To Do Already. Technology.What's really more debilitating is cultivating a habit of internal fear. As any student of history should know, it's often not the … Continue reading Fighting the Internal Battle
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People often say that it's important to Try New Things. In the spirit of "why not", I'm manfully working my way through the expansion of my musical boundaries: Icelandic music. (Thanks a lot, Buzzfeed.) The only really big problem with Trying New Things is that ....well.....they're new. They take time to work through and time to … Continue reading Trying New Things and Female Entrepreneur Guilt