Ted Tuesday – Gabrielle Bernstein “How to Be a Miracle Worker”

Featured in the New York Times Sunday Styles section as “a new role model”, motivational speaker, life coach and author Gabrielle Bernstein is making her mark. Expanding the lexicon for the next generation spiritual seekers, Gabrielle is a #1 bestselling author of the book Add More ~ing to Your Life — A hip guide to […]

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Ted Tuesday – Lizzie Velasquez – “How Do You Define Yourself”

Physically unable to gain weight and dubbed the ugliest person alive, 25 year old Lizzie  Velasquez shares her beauty through the way she defines herself and what she shares with all of us about defining ourselves. Each and every one of us is unique and that is what makes us beautiful. What is it about […]

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Why Coworking for Women?

While my husband and I were in the process of  building our coworking space a few years ago, my main role was to do the market validation we needed. During that time, I met with lots of people! Freelancers, entrepreneurs, coworking space owners and coworking members. During my visits to spaces, I found that most […]

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3 Things all Young Entrepreneurs Should Know

After going through a considerable amount of research and reflection in preparation for my forthcoming posts on the millennial generation and how to effectively market to them, I thought it only appropriate to dive into what this generation can expect in terms of being a young entrepreneur. In my own experience, I believe that the […]

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Why Entrepreneurs need a “Contra-Tiempo”

Right now I’m sitting here in Panama City, Panama on the 28th floor of our family’s condo, contemplating what just happened. Earlier, my Dad had asked the building’s technician to come by and take care of some things that needed fixing ASAP, and he was told that the technician might not be showing up because […]

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Stage 4 of startup success

“It’s absolutely true that the market finds you. And it’s not usually what you expected.” –Becky Rohrer WOW! Look at you! You have made it to the final stage and you’ve certainly come a long way. You have faced challenges head on and experienced what it is truly like to start a business, be an […]

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[Friday Fun] Inspiration from the Movies

Have you ever been inspired by a character from a movie or book? When I think of my favorite passionate entrepreneur from the movies, I always think of Kathleen Kelly from You’ve Got Mail (played by Meg Ryan). In the movie, Kathleen owns a children’s book store in New York that was passed down to […]

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Stage 2 of Start-up Success

Welcome to the second stage of achieving start-up success! If you haven’t read our first post in this four post series on emotional roadmaps to start-up success from the book “Birthing the Elephant,” please check it out here! In stage two, we will be focusing on how to “run your own show.” According to both […]

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[Deep Dive] Speak with Confidence Part 2: Keep Calm and Carry On

In Speaking with Confidence Part 1: Body Language, I discussed the benefits of utilizing your body language to give yourself more confidence when speaking. In Part 2, I will discuss how to calm down and use your awesome vocal power. Keep Calm Even if you know your material backwards and forwards and can recite it […]

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