Tag: start-up

Reboot Your Career (and Your Family) with Entrepreneurship

I’m finally taking Katie’s advice and reading Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg. More accurately, I downloaded the audio version so I can listen to it in the car. It’s good so far, although it doesn’t strike me as anything new. But Sandberg effectively organizes and communicates the salient points: we should encourage women to aspire

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Being Late, and Your Willingness to Do the Hard Work of Making Personal Change.

  Between the burdens of the nighttime routine and the grunt work I’m pouring into starting up my business, I have been going to bed between 1:00 and 2:00 a.m. for the last few nights.  As a result, I have been waking up as late as 7:30 or 8:00, and scrambling out the door in

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Why Right Now Is the Best Time to Be a Mompreneur (Even If You Don’t Have the Time)

I’m seizing the moment right now to type out my blog post for this week, because I am getting the sinking feeling that I won’t get to it tomorrow.  And although I’m not in the most carpe diem mood at the moment, due to a fresh head cold and the lingering exhaustion of last night’s

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