Ellen Hughes shares advice with Debra Simpson on how to communicate with a lawyer, based on her book, “Be A Smart Client – Guide To A Successful Relationship With Your Attorney.”
Joanie Connell and Deanna Potter discuss learning how to increase your profits and lower your R&D!
This past graduation season, I was reminded that “FAIL means ‘first attempt in learning.’” We’ve all heard adages like, “You learn more from your mistakes than your successes,” and, “Thomas Edison found 2,000 ways not to make a lightbulb first.“ Blah, blah, blah. Hasn’t someone figured out a shortcut by now?
Nancy Ingram and Shawn Marie Turi will be talking about how an introvert becomes a leader and increases her tolerance for discomfort.
As working women, balancing work and home remodeling projects is tricky. You can’t take off too much time from work or business, so it’s important to know how to manage and hire a contractor. We hear horror stories about contractors all the time. Take, for example, the movie The Money Pit. Tom Hanks asks the contractor, “How long will the job take?” The contractor’s response: “Two weeks!” How long did it take? Four months.