For “solopreneurs” who are just beginning, it’s essential to be realistic about what you can do on your own and where you need help.
There’s so much more I wanted to say in yesterday’s post, but that one was getting quite long. So, I decided to extend it to more than one. For those who prefer not to read “book-length” blog posts, I’m sure you appreciate that.
Given modern demands of work, is it possible to have beauty as well as brilliance? Dr. Divya Shokeen believes the answer is yes. She is the founder of Ocean Skin and Vein, a clinic in Torrance, California.
Is there such a thing? I was thinking about that this morning. I’m about to reach my twentieth anniversary as a freelance writer (November). Throughout the years, I’ve received advice from dozens of professionals—some who were writers, and some who were not. My goal is to go through some of that advice for you and add other nuggets of wisdom here and there.
Female entrepreneurs and executives are building fortunes and creating companies in many industries, from wholesale distribution to software development and everything in between. On July 11, 2018, Forbes released its fourth annual list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women, which tracks the country’s most successful self-made executive and entrepreneurial women by their net worths.