In order to grow what you do, you need the clarity to see a true vision – not one tied to emotion and desire. That’s one benefit of inviting outside talent to your team. What can they see that you can’t? And will you listen when they offer feedback?
When we meet in person, face to face, heart to heart, good things happen.
Imagine how you can positively impact others by focusing more on helping them, featuring them, shining the spotlight on them more than trying to sell-sell-sell in your social media posts…
People do business with people. There is no other way around it. In this era of no boundaries, no barriers, no distance is too far to overcome, we must recognize that what people seek and yearn for is connection. When a business provides it, they win loyalty and perhaps, a lifetime customer.
More than 11.6 million firms are owned by women. Detroit is part of this growing trend.
By Kirstin Karoub How many times did you hear that popular exclamation this month? April Fool’s Day has people either excited with mirth and merriment, wracked with anxiety, or somewhere in between. The day is one of pranks, practical jokes, and stories that range from little white lies to tall read more
This idea of women in business building a community or creating a “girl gang,” has become part of a much bigger conversation. But why?
Mary Brinton, a sociology professor at Harvard University, says workplaces “need to adapt to the whole person” if they are to achieve gender equality. What does this mean? We work with schools and nonprofits that focus on inspiring individuals to achieve their full potential. We help them craft messages that read more