As women, we have access to wonderful networking groups, mentoring programs and leadership events! The list is endless on the possibilities to learn from and connect with each other. Yet, do we need a formal program or event to be there for each other?…The boys club did one thing right. They not only valued action on behalf of each other, it was expected.
Esther and I are in San Francisco for the BlogHer 2008 conference. Okay, to be totally honest, we came out here for a party being hosted by Guy Kawasaki’s venture http://www.alltop.com/ and BlogHer. We decided to do this just last week. (Side Note: If you want to see why we like Guy Kawasaki, click here Read more about Building a Million Dollar Business Part Time #9: How to Market_Networking Our Brains Out[…]
We got our first set of sponsors for The Hot Mommas® Project 2008 Case Study Competition. This blog talks about who they are, and how we got them. The bottom line is RELATIONSHIPS. Pictured left is my son, Maxwell, and daughter Lilah who is traumatized by Maxwell hitting her with one of those noodle toys Read more about Building a Million Dollar Business Part Time #8: How We Got Our First Sponsors[…]
Networking: Something women CAN and SHOULD do as mentioned in an earlier C-Suite post.In the women’s leadership field, the GEM study is pretty much THE proof re: the critical importance of access to networks and role models for women. Click here are some great stats from Guy Kawasaki on LinkedIn and networking.
Dear Hot Mommas out there…a recent post from Eveyln has fast forwarded an objective of our project: Local Hot Mommas(TM)Groups. If you are following this link from Craig’s List, please see www.HotMommas.org for additional project information. Here is a summary of Eveyln’s post, followed by the DC PILOT info: “I recently discovered Kimberly’s [of Hip Read more about Calling all Hot Mommas – DC Area Pilot[…]