Challenges

The Winter of My Discontent

January 8, 2018 Adrian Miller

I admit it. It’s only January and I’ve gotten pretty sick of winter. It’s been particularly nasty here in New York and it’s dragging me down, to the point where sitting at my computer and […]

Business

The New Entrepreneurial Woman

January 2, 2018 Monica Bennett

The world is changing and moving faster than ever before. As women entrepreneurs we feel the ticking off of the clock more than most. It is important that we stay up to pace with the […]

Challenges

Inbox Zero

December 2, 2017 Michele Pratt

I’m going to level with you. Emails are the new voicemail. Delete, delete, delete. Remember the day when you would get multiple voicemail messages and simply power through them by deleting all the unimportant ones?   […]

Challenges

My Mom Wasn’t An Entrepreneur

November 30, 2017 Adrian Miller

My Mom was definitely not an entrepreneur. During her long life she held only two jobs, and in both she worked as a bookkeeper. Her first employer was a slightly unscrupulous company with owners who […]

Challenges

Entrepreneurship Is Not For Sissies

October 31, 2017 Steve Isaacson

Being in business for yourself can be a “long and winding road” with many bumps along the way. I started working in my dad’s bindery, while teaching myself about the printing business and computer graphics. […]

Small Business

Wow, You’re Lucky.

October 16, 2017 Adrian Miller

At the end of last week after working a solid 56 hours in 4 days someone I know told me I was “lucky” to have so much business. I was speechless. When you are lucky […]

Challenges

Thousands of Hops; One Big Step

July 25, 2017 Beth Silver

When Adrian announced she was creating this blog, this post popped into my head. The words have been percolating in my mind for months and I hope you find it interesting and enjoyable. For the […]