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Big Tree, by monicadear
Are you a Visionary or an Executor? Twelve Tips to Make your Idea a Reality

Being a visionary is great for inventors, idea people, researchers, and dreamers. Thomas Edison had an idea about a light source and perfected the light bulb after hundreds of tries. Steve Jobs had clear ideas about design and user interface of his products to...

Flying high, by Mr.Dionysos
Starting up a Business: Just do it!

For many women who are interested in going into business, the biggest obstacle to getting started is simply getting started. If we get bogged down in doing market research, perfecting a business plan, doing surveys, questionnaires, and focus groups, and tinkering with...

Waikiki from the Air
How to Travel Light and Look Fabulous

Margaux Cameron is a guest blogger for An Apple a Day and a writer on sonography schools for Guide to Healthcare Schools.

Five Principles for your Project's Success

Having done my Malcolm-Gladwell-esque "10,000 hours of experience" (in his book Outliers, Gladwell suggests that it takes 10,000 hours for someone to become an experienced professional, in any field), I feel like there are some fixed principles that apply to all...

Ten Steps to Manage and Protect your Online Identity

These days your Google search results are your resume (or so some would have you believe).

I use Gravatar to add a photo near my comments, and I keep my online profile up-to-date on most of the channels...

Top Ten Steps to Building your Business

My partner and I started our web design company with two Mac laptops, a burning drive and passion for connecting people to the Web, and our personal address books.

We were determined to focus on our core...

Top Twelve Things to Know -- For Green Businesswomen


The beauty of our marketplace today is we can always find a green option. Let's choose the sustainable or eco-friendly option over the mainstream version. 

Here are top twelve things that I think all green women in business know. Give...

10 Ways to Be a Resource for your Customers

Here are ten ways to adopt a "resource provider" perspective when working with your existing customers.


1. Make Connections.
If your client is lacking people to help get a job done, find those people and connect with them. Your...

Purpleflower by Juuyoh
The Importance of Telling your Story


We are far, far more interested in stories then we are interested in your sales talk.

We're excited to hear the story of how you got into business.

We're inspiried by the obstacles you face and how you overcome them.


How to Treat Yourself with Respect and Care

As individual human beings, I truly believe that each of us come with our own personalized operating manual and instruction book on how to live a joyful, fulfilled, prosperous life.

  • I truly believe that if you have a goal or vision for your life, and it...
Business Building: How Much does a Website Cost?

Through my company, I've been working as a web developer since 2004, and I've been coding websites since my first one in 1999, so here are some perspectives on that ongoing question: how much does a...