Women Lead Blog
As a successful woman you know what it takes to get things done. You spend hours working in your office. Writing, planning, building and networking are all part of the job. Growing your business also depends on reliable transportation.Read More
Felena Hanson’s newest book Flight Club is a call to rebel, reinvent, and thrive! The book shares the journey of women who “leaned out” of corporate to launch their dream business!
Five tips that work just as well for getting unstuck in your writing as they do for getting unstuck in any other area of life!Read More
Kerry Dolan is on a mission to empower women who, have for whatever reason been out of the workforce. Kerry has created a business that not only employs women but employs the expertise of women mentors and leaders.
Susan Bateman will share with us her experience, techniques, and philosophy on the critical difference between branding vs. marketing and how to maximize business based strategies that will give new life to your business!
Debra Simpson has a dialogue with us today about the San Diego Speakers Guild.
Many employees feel being salaried (exempt) is a status symbol. Many employers love it because they don’t have to worry about overtime or timecards. However, whether or not an employee is exempt or non-exempt isn’t your choice or the employee’s choice. Both the state and federal governments assume everyone is hourly (non-exempt) unless you can prove the employee meets the legal qualifications for being exempt.Read More
Suzanne Mankowski shares how this quote by Halford E. Luccock, is kneaded into the corporate philosophy of the Luna Grill Restaurant chain as their recipe for success for team building.
Joanie Connell shares her experiences on teaching young people to become successful leaders in the workplace!
Benjamin Franklin once said, “A penny saved is a penny earned.”¹ The modern upgrade to that observation might be that $100 not spent is more like $143.² One way to find the money to meet your spending or saving needs is to examine your current spending habits and consider eliminating money wasters Top Money Wasters 1. Bargain Shopping … and its Expensive Cousin, Impulse Buying Fire sales and impulse buying (such as products sold on infomercials) can be money wasters, made worse by how often items purchased this way sit idly in a closet...Read More