April Chen, a student entrepreneur at Babson College and co-founder of Gentle, says she has learned to outperform the limits set by fear.
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William Perkins at Seyfarth Shaw helps us understand the laws and best practices for small business owners with pregnant workers.
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Emily Blumenthal, founder of the Independent Handbag Designer Awards, offers these tough-love tips.
Leslie Barber, small business engagement officer for Intuit QuickBooks, offers advice to entrepreneurs looking to make the most of their time.
Leslie Barber of Intuit QuickBooks, an entrepreneur and small-biz advocate, suggests finding sidekicks (think Batman’s Robin).
Blogger, author and biz expert Mary Foley offers entrepreneurs tips on how to avoid feeling awkward or speechless at events.
Many women say their top business challenge is dealing with self-doubt. Our panel offers tips.
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Our panel of experts provide tips on what to do when business isn’t so great.
In this guest post, Lex Schroeder of Take the Lead celebrates powerful females.