Lisa is a public relations freelancer who blogs about topics she's interested in, reads more than she breathes and travels as much as her budget will allow.
Connecting with someone organically without it feeling forced. Boom. Thanks to book clubs, the most difficult aspect of networking has already been solved for you.
Landing work is not always as easy as you may have pictured. Especially with an influx of freelancers, side hustles, and soloprenuers entering the gig economy, the competition for work becomes difficult.
At the end of the day, self-employment allows women to call their own shots, to take charge, be the boss, have the freedom and flexibility they desire, and most importantly breathe for the first time in years.
Enough with all the articles about the flex schedules and freedom that freelancing brings. It’s time we start talking about the downsides, too.
The responsibility is to ultimately decide if this client is going to be good to you and good for you, as well as vice versa.
One that we are going to get in-depth about today is how some women are more likely to attribute their success to any other factor under the sun—except for themselves.
Establishing good work habits will help you become successful throughout the year, keep you on task, and help you to grow (or manage) your business more effectively.
We are providing you with this handy list of the 10 top tools to help you plan for an incredible and successful 2017.
Crafting a social media style guide is essential for your business, brand, and online identity because it allows you to know ahead of time who you need to reach and how to capture their attention.
Here are some of the ways you can create a delightful onboarding process with your client without bogging it down with such complicated structure.
Here are the seven easy steps to starting an LLC that any busy boss lady can do.
According to recent studies, women are far less likely than men to receive glowing letters of recommendation. Generally, it's an industry-wide phenomenon, but the unconscious gender bias is heavily present in STEM fields, the medical industry, and geoscience.
There are two bills currently sitting in Congress that could significantly decrease sexual violence on campus and provide the necessary support for survivors. These two bills, the Hold Accountable and Lend Transparency (HALT) Campus Sexual Violence Act and the Campus Accountability and Safety Act, are awaiting a vote.