Archive for November, 2015

Guest Post: Saving Money and Seasonal Cocooning

Today’s guest post is from Shellie Lempert. Shellie is a personal friend, fellow Toastmaster and part-time introvert. (You’ll see what I mean when you read the post.) If you like what you see here, check out The Grrl’s Guide to (Not) Spending Money. If you’re an introvert like me and have ever made feeble and […]

How Do You Start Giving Paid Workshops?

Today, we welcome back author, writer and poet Alice Osborn. Alice shares her experience in the area of creating free and paid workshops as a vehicle for growing your business. I’ve attended several of Alice’s workshops, and I have also partnered with her on some joint workshops. She is a great teacher and creative mentor. […]

Let’s Not Have Coffee

I’ve belonged to and visited a number of other business networking groups since 2007. I’ve learned a lot about how to waste time on fruitless business networking activity. One of the worst offenders is poorly executed one-on-one’s. A “one-on-one” is a meeting with another person for the purpose of deepening the relationship. One-on-one’s are important. One-on-one’s […]