#47-Coping with Failure and Challenge: How to Build a Million Dollar Business Part Time

Have you ever turned away from a goal, without trying, because you thought you couldn’t do it?

Entrepreneurs fail a little every day.

How? Always experimenting, not knowing if it will work, and having to pivot and get back up again. But what about the BIG ONES? The big, ugly, massive failures that start to sink in? What do you do?

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

#2 Power Plays for Women: BALANCE

Why do we fight so hard for balance? Well, first of all, women who are balanced have higher perceptions of success (Source: Hot Mommas Project national survey). But these women may have something that you don’t. This post is going to share some of their secrets for you

Toolkit for Women’s Success: Do Women Lie When They Act Perfect?


Why do you love me so? Knock it off.


By Kathy Korman Frey

A post by Athena Vongalis-Macrow and Andrea Gallant on the blog of Harvard Business School Publishing is entitled: Stop Stereotyping Female Leaders.  The myth of the “superwoman” is discussed, and how this myth continues to be perpetuated by women themselves.  This is sad not only because women feel pressure to appear or be perfect, but also because this is what we are teaching the next generation. Expectations are killing women across this great nation of ours…both expectations of ourselves, and those from others whether actual or perceived. […]

George Washington University School of Business Hoffman Distinguished Lecture Series Features Harvard Business School Professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Rosabeth Moss Kanter is hosted by the George Washington University School of Business where she speaks about her new book SuperCorp: How Vanguard Companies Create Innovation, Profits, Growth, and Social Good. She is a Harvard Business School professor and listed as one of the top 50 most influential women in the world by the London Times.

Harvard Resources for Women

Thought this was nice to see one of the largest, if not THE largest, Fortune 500 CEO factory (Harvard Business School) offering resources to female alums and others. This movement was really pioneered by Myra Hart who has now moved on from Harvard B School but remains a thought leader in the field of women's Read more about Harvard Resources for Women[…]