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Has The Installation Of Trump as U.S. President Changed Anything For Women Entrepreneurs in Cuba? On our third trip to Cuba this year for a women entrepreneur mastermind, that was the question on our mind.  What has changed for women entrepreneurs in Cuba?   The answer is “nothing”.   It’s still business […]

Women Entrepreneurs in Cuba 2017


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Imagine you are 14 years old and popular among your peers, but life’s events take a nasty turn and in a short time you become the target of bullying. Bullying to Believing This is the moving story Molly Burke shared with women entrepreneurs at the Company of Women conference in May […]

From Bullying to Believing: The Inspirational Story of Entrepreneur ...


Leadership
Leadership Tips for Women Entrepreneurs No-one knows better than Teresa Cascioli about leadership.  Teresa is the former Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Lakeport Brewing.  She took bankrupt Lakeport to a successful income trust IPO and subsequent sale to its biggest competitor despite never having run a corporation before.  (Teresa […]

Leadership Tips for Women Entrepreneurs



7 Tips to Avoid Burnout for Women Entrepreneurs
Are You Scrambling Up A Down Escalator & Heading For Burnout? Entrepreneurship is stressful enough, let alone trying to juggle your family needs. Often burnout is just lurking around the corner unless we recognize how to avoid it.  Try some of these tips to achieve optimum health, focus and business […]

7 Tips To Avoid Burnout for Women Entrepreneurs


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 Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM): Education for the Future As we have an increasingly complex world, science, technology, engineering, and math play more important roles than ever before.   Whether it is the use of robotics in manufacturing, artificial intelligence (AI) in productivity or the science protecting our planet […]

Explore Science with Shwetal Shah, A STEM Educator


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Many busy entrepreneurs struggle with Procrastination. Despite their Uber-Creativity and Enthusiasm for their ideas, they sadly aren’t able to consistently action them. Diane O’Reilly is a ADHD coach and says that 95% of her clients have this problem.   But in reality, all of us procrastinate even if we aren’t […]

A Simple Procrastination Fix



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Career Transitions will be a way of life for this generation  According to Professor Dr. Eva Klein, during her keynote address at the McMaster DeGroote School of Business, Breakfast Series in May 2016, we are going to have at least 5 complete career transitions in our lifetime. Some of these careers […]

Confidence Is A Key Factor In Making Career Transitions


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The Marci’s Bakery Story Marci’s Bakery in Hamilton, Ontario is the dream of Marci Prebianca-Upson.    She launched her wholesale gluten free bakery business in 2012 after some life changing events. Marci has so much experience in the food/restaurant business.   From front end manager of a restaurant, owning a vegan/healthy bakery […]

Marci’s Bakery, Feeding You Well


Haute Chocolate
From Custom Chocolate to Haute Chocolate feminine stock photos The story of Haute Chocolate isn’t your classic case of pivoting your business by changing direction of your business to focus and adjust to one element of an original business idea.    Rachel Rouhana founder of Haute Chocolate stock photography site started out […]

Pivoting your business – the story of Haute Chocolate



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Social Impact is Not Just Trendy During the Olympics! Large companies have been heating up the TV screen with messages of social impact during the Olympics.   They tell the athletes’ stories.  We are invested in these journeys to success and the role these corporations play.   But what about you and […]

Is Having a Social Impact Important to You and Your ...


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Red Rover Dog Training Centre – Success in The First 4 Months Sandra King, Owner,  Master Trainer and Dog Behaviour Specialist opened her Red Rover Dog Training Centre in Grimsby, Ontario in February 2016.   She found success in the first four months, of starting her business.  Here’s her story. […]

How Red Rover Dog Training Centre Found Success In 4 ...


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Living The Dream: Buying Julia Child’s House! A facebook post headline “So, I BOUGHT JULIA CHILD’S HOUSE” grabbed my attention on New Year’s day.   What came next is quite remarkable. It was shortly before Thanksgiving that Makenna Johnston first saw an article in her Smith College Alumnae forum that Julia Child’s […]

Buying Julia Child’s House: Living the Dream says ...



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A guest post by Jenn Shull, MA is an ontological coach and certified yoga instructor who serves her clients in personal and professional transformation.  She uses her background of behavioral psychology, counseling, and neuro rehab to support the process.  In addition, Jenn is a Doterra wellness advocate because of how […]

Power And Focus: How to Have More of It


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A guest post by Serena Schwab, CEO of Tigris Events The A,B,C’s of How to Become An Entrepreneur Are you an entrepreneur? Or do you hope to become an entrepreneur someday? If you answered yes to either of these questions, read on. There are a few basics you should know! […]

How To Become An Entrepreneur?


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Guest Post by Jo-Ann Hamilton, Founder of Secret Birds (UK) and a Fabulous Fempreneurship mentor http://fabfempreneurship.com/mentors-2/ One Bird, Two Wings Every bird has two wings, but unfortunately, some birds are flying around with a bruised, crippled or under-functioning wing. Flying in such a condition is not only inefficient but it’s unnecessary. […]

One Bird, Two Wings