Guest blogger Charu Sharma is the editor of Go Against the Flow: Women, Entrepreneurship, and Success. She grew up in Mumbai and went on to study Economics and Physics at Mount Holyoke College in USA on a scholarship; she holds business … More
Guest blogger Sheri Atwood, founder of SupportPay by Ittavi, the first-ever automated payment platform to help parents who live apart manage child support and share child expenses. Prior to starting SupportPay, Sheri was a successful marketing and product executive with Fortune 500 … More
Guest blogger Ariana Pierce, CEO, fashionista and member of ChicExecs, offers advice on how to become your own boss with a side business. 1. Do your homework. When starting a side business, it’s important to research the industry you want … More
Where do business ideas come from?
I’ve got hundreds of them, like a pair of ovaries full of tiny, dormant ideas, some of them awesome and some of them terrifyingly defective — and many, many more than anyone could ever bring to fruition. (This is a pretty good metaphor, except that you’re actually born with all the eggs you’re ever going to have, and I’m pretty sure I wasn’t born knowing that “Treelivery” would be the world’s best name for a Christmas-tree delivery business.) More
Can you transform your life in four hours? According to Tim Ferriss, four is the magic number when it comes to working productively, exercising and losing weight and now conquering the art of cooking and pretty much any other skill. Is the man a magician? No, just an innovative and driven thinker who will probably make you feel lazy when you read his bio. More
When Bethenny Frankel revealed last week that she is soon putting out a novel called skinnydipping, we realized there’s a whole world of “Skinny” product possibilities just dying to be sold.
We know Bethenny has no shortage of ideas for her brand, but we wanted to help in any way we could. So we came up with some new and innovative ideas and directions Bethenny could take the Skinny brand. More
How did Wonder Woman do it? I mean she worked a regular job during the day and then fought crime the rest of the time. And she did it all with perfectly coiffed hair and a stunning albeit slightly gold-heavy costume. But what about for real people who have made the choice to start their dream company but can’t quit their existing jobs because of money or just basic practicality? Is it possible to do this without going crazy or just taking years of your life by not sleeping? Well, based on the people we talked to, they did lose a few years of sleep but they managed to do it. More
Well Bethenny Frankel is having a good week on top of her already amazing summer and year. On Aug.3, she celebrated the launch of her latest new drink, Skinnygirl Sangria in a tiny, pink dress and orange heels. The new concoction apparently already has some famous fans, according to Bethenny. “Lea Michele is a big fan of Skinnygirl Margarita, so I sent her the Sangria before the launch, and she loves it! But what’s not to like? Guilt free sangria and margarita,” Bethenny said. More
Business mogul Bethenny Frankel sat down with CNN recently to discuss her best strategy tips for entrepreneurs and how she has gotten to where she is today. It is hard to believe that the woman who just sold her Skinnygirl alcohol brand for $120 million to Beam Global only had $8,000 in her bank account when she decided to join the cast of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New York back in 2008. More
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