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ReBlog: Lesson I loved. You Will Not Find Balance!

I have read a lot of stories on the seemingly glamorous life of mompreneurs – how they have handled gracefully both motherhood and business. I can say, I bet it all started as a mess. Stress and challenges are part of it all and it takes a while to get yourself to handle it […] via … Continue reading

Maisha’s Lemonade Stand’s Lemon Sours 1-3

Ok, I am using this post to vent about three of my pet peeves when it comes to managing my day as a very busy, goal oriented, task driven mompreneur.   All three happened today. Send me an email, please.  You decide to call. On most of my projects, there are at least three people on the … Continue reading

Reblog: #HealthyWealthyWise Tips

January has the honor of being the most popular month to start or renew an exercise program. But the best time of the year to do this is right now. Why? We’re on the verge of the holiday season. For business owners, this means lots of open houses and tins of cookies from clients. You’ll […] … Continue reading

Kickstart your day with this powerful and simple habit. — The Perfect Agency Project

Your first act of the day sets the tone for how your entire day will go. Some people cuddle with a cup of coffee. Some read. Others exercise. While still others begin their morning by repeatedly jabbing at the snooze button on their alarm clock as if they were picking a fight with the Pillsbury … Continue reading

The 5 Minute Business Plan

If you’ve ever watched an episode of Shark Tank or witnessed a desperate business owner trying to pitch his product to a potential customer you may have observed something interesting: the guy or gal on the other side of the desk often knows within the first 15 seconds how the meeting’s going to end. It’s…

Reblog: Entrepreneurs that Can’t Sell

Last month I was talking to an entrepreneur that lamented he can’t sell. No matter how hard he tries selling his prototype to prospects, his idea to investors, or his vision to potential employees, it’s just not clicking. After hearing this, I asked a few questions about his strategy and approach. It became clear that […] … Continue reading

Back to Basics: What Would Madame CJ Walker Do?

Well, through no fault of my own, except for picking the wrong hosting maintenance partner, my website, http://www.Customer1stMarketing.com and email are down.  I am back to using my personal Gmail as my main account to do business.  This goes against every branding bone in my body. Plus, I looked down, with every marketing snobbish bone … Continue reading

Why I Love My Interns and Why Every Small Business Needs a Few

More than the possibility of molding college students into the next generation of professionals. More than the knowledge that projects that have been on the back burner can get new lives. More than the grunt, yes, grunt work, that will get done, I love my lemonade interns because they help me think about my business … Continue reading

The Perfect Day

Like most entrepreneurs I started my company with dreams and goals.  I imagined what it would be like to get up and start working. I  would have a long to do list filled with meetings, meeting new customers, writing emails, making connections, bringing people together and of  course delivering a great project so I can … Continue reading

Introducing Another Fantastic Woman-owned Company – LOC IT Staffing

Since 2012, I have happily assisted many woman entrepreneurs accomplish their dreams of starting a company or as serving as their marketing consultant to help them grow their company. Today I am happy to announce, I just completed a branding project for a new woman-owned company called LOC IT Staffing LLC (LOCit).  The website is http://www.LOCITStaffing.comContinue reading

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