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Our women in business articles offer excellent advice from the CorpNet team. Nellie Akalp and other leading experts offer timely advice to help female entrepreneurs launch and grow their businesses.

5 Things My Kids Learn by Watching Their CEO Mom

With Mother’s Day this weekend, families everywhere are honoring those women who nurture them and help them grow. But for me, Mother’s Day is just as much about my children; after all, without them, I wouldn’t be a mother! I’m pretty proud that my kids get to see firsthand how I operate as an entrepreneur, and as a CEO. Here’s what I imagine -- and hope! -- they’re learning from me.

2019-09-03T05:45:32-07:00May 8th, 2015|Categories: Women In Business|

How I Make Time for Myself After the Stress of Tax Day

Thank goodness tax time is over, right? I, like most small business owners, find this time of year a bit stressful. So after April 15 passes, I’m all about rejuvenating and recharging my battery. When you run a business, whether you’re the only staff or you manage a team of ten, it is essential that you make time for yourself. Otherwise, you’re a stressed out ball of tension that puts your business —and your health — in jeopardy. We’re all in the same boat here, so I thought I’d share how I decompress.

2019-12-09T07:44:18-08:00April 29th, 2015|Categories: Women In Business|

Let’s Make This Year The One We’re Honest With Ourselves as Entrepreneurs

As people -- more specifically as entrepreneurs -- many of us feel obligated to put up a shield to hide what’s really going on. When we’re asked how things are going with our businesses, we’re more inclined to focus on the highlights rather than the brutal truth. That truth might be that we’re working too much and getting sick a lot. Or that business has ground to a halt. Whatever that truth is, we feel it makes us vulnerable, and we feel like that compromises our ability to succeed.

2019-12-04T07:33:20-08:00January 2nd, 2015|Categories: Women In Business|

Why You Should Stop Seeking the Perfect Work/Life Balance

There has been a great deal of focus on creating work/life balance for entrepreneurs — more so for female entrepreneurs — over the past several years. The quest for this Holy Grail often leaves its seekers unsatisfied. The truth is, you’ll never permanently achieve this balance. Trying to do so may cause even more stress than the actual imbalance you’ve been experiencing. Here’s why you should set aside your search for perfection and settle for “good enough.”

2019-09-03T05:46:17-07:00November 21st, 2014|Categories: Women In Business|

5 Successful Women Who Left Law to Follow Their Passions

I recently wrote a blog post about 10 lawyers that left the law to follow their passions which was well received by the legal community. The post was meant to inspire dissatisfied lawyers and show them that it is in fact possible to be successful in other industries. I decided to make these kind of lists into a more regular series in which I profile lawyers who have gone on to do amazing things outside of the law. Below is a list of 5 talented women who have successfully used their JDs to pursue alternative careers.

2019-12-04T06:55:09-08:00November 7th, 2014|Categories: Women In Business|

The Panic Attack That Saved My Business

There I was, stopped at the intersection outside my office's parking lot. I had been at this very spot hundreds of times before, but this time, my body shut down. I couldn't breathe, my heart raced, the walls of the car were closing in on me, and I couldn't move a muscle. I truly, honestly felt that I might die.

2019-09-03T05:46:18-07:00November 4th, 2014|Categories: Women In Business|

3 Simple Yet Powerful Management Strategies for Women Business Owners

In addition to being Frozen Food Month and Supply Management Month, March is Women’s History Month. Celebrated across the U.S. and in the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada*, the month-long celebration of women’s contributions to history is a proud tradition that’s been happening every March since 1987, with origins dating back to 1911’s first-ever International Women’s Day. It seems like one hundred-plus years is a long time ago, but it’s just three generations – the oldest of whose members were born into a world where women didn’t have the right to vote and had only recently gained the ability to legally own property.

2019-12-02T11:04:54-08:00March 19th, 2014|Categories: Women In Business|Tags: |
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