Felecia Hatcher is going to be a speaker at The Women’s Success Summit this year, which we couldn’t be more excited about! The Women’s Success Summit IV is Miami’s largest 2-day business conference for women. The Summit features speakers, panels, workshops, and activities designed to help entrepreneurs, business owners and high-level executives succeed at a whole new level. The theme of this summit is “Risky Business: Going All In.” It will be held at Gulfstream Village on Thursday and Friday, November 10th & 11th. See the detailed agenda and register at http://WomensSuccessSummit.com/.
Since I travel so much I always meet people who want to start a business but have no idea what they would like to do. Here is another cool business ideas that’s so simple it’s disgusting lol no it’s brilliant and I need them to come out with one for the iPhone asap. .
The old business saying goes “Evolve or Die” meaning your business has to constantly change to keep up with the times and to continue to keep people excited about what you are doing. Lets face it people(including me and you) always want to be associated with the next big thing and if you evolve the right way and continue to evaluate your business and it’s mission you will have loyal customers and brand campions. I came across this article and thought it was funny that after a crazy amount of years this toilet paper company is breaking away from the pack and taking the roll out. Peep the link
One Toilet Paper Company Decides to Ditch the Tube http://dlvr.it/7hNv1
When you receive business cards at networking events you don’t tend to take them very seriously. But the fact is that these business cards can turn out to be your most important networking tool and the only other thing people can remember you with other than your personality. So go ahead and make sure your business cards stand out from the rest.
Hey I found this nice article from emerging-entrepreneurs.com and thought of sharing it with you
How do you define an entrepreneur? Is it the leadership skills or is it caliber or is it focus and motivation that makes an entrepreneur? Well there are different schools of thought. Motivated, focused, dominant, confidence are certainly traits that define an entrepreneur…
Hey I found this nice article from youngupstarts.com and thought of sharing it with you
Have you ever realized that all great business ventures like Dell, Microsoft and many others started in school dorms and garages. So even though you may be low on capital while you are in college, but why can’t you dream big and think of owning companies as big as these. Take control of your destiny while you are still in college I did I started my first business Urban Excellence an educational consulting company. All good colleges have a school of business and you should make the best use of their facilities to give yourself a head start. Distinguish yourself through your vision and the desire to succeed..
Hey I found this nice article from youngentrtepreneur.com and thought of sharing it with you
When starting a business many entrepreneurs make the mistake of hiring friends. This is a major blunder because it adds stress to your business management process. By hiring your friend you will come across situations where you have to break rules and this will show negatively on the well being of your customers and employees. It’s difficult to maintain an employee-employer relationship with a good friend. There are going to be compromises and this will affect everything concerned with your business…
Hey I found this nice article from youngentrepreneur.com and thought of sharing it with you
In business, there is an old saying that partnerships are easy to get into, but difficult to get out of. While not every partnership is doomed to failure, this old saying reflects how important it is to plan partnerships in the correct way. It is easy to be enthusiastic about a partnership in the beginning, when both partners are driven by the prospect of success. But if the partnership agreement does not specify who does (and gets) what as the business evolves, the partnership is likely to cause problems that nobody signed up for.
Are you 50 game ready he said, he being Chris Wright President of the NBA team the Minnesota Timberwolves and at the time my boss. It was the point when a boring speech got interesting because I has no idea what he was talking about. To make a long story short the 08 season for the team was like the worst ever and being 50 game ready means once we become successful are we internally ready to handle it, handle the success, the attention we all really want it, write goals to achive, pray about it and dream about it. But when it knocks on the door heck clobbers us over the head what’s the next step?
I asked myself that same question 2 months ago. I got a write up on a website I mean just amazing press I could not have paid for what came after it. The calls the emails it seems like everyone was having a party and wanted us there. But…we wern’t prepared, not even enough to handle responding back to emails more over we were having mechanical problems and could not go out that night to immedately capitalize on the new found attention. What happened a lot of nothing and everything at the same time.
When that big client calls, or you win a big contract or heck Oprah calls will you be ready?