How to Be the Best CEO You Can Be In 2019

Whether you’re a one-woman show or you’re managing a massive team, being the CEO of your business can be overwhelming. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by filling these big shoes, or are just looking for a few pointers to be a better leader for your business in 2019, these 6 tips will help you be the best CEO you can be in 2019.

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Finding Balance In Your Business During the Holiday Season

Despite the odds, it is possible to find balance in your business during the holiday season. All it takes is a little bit of planning, a smidge of gumption and some self-discipline. Here are my top tips for finding your way through this madness we call the holidays while still managing to enjoy the festivities and manage your business smoothly at the same time.

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Top Tax Deductions For Small Business Owners

While most small business owners know that they can deduct office supplies and employee compensation, there are other deductions that are often forgotten which is unfortunate because often times these smaller deductions can add up to make a big difference. Here are the top tax deductions for small business owners to ensure you’re taking fully advantage and maximizing your business’ tax bill each year.

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Goal Setting For The New Year

Goal setting can be challenging but if you set SMART goals, keep them in the short-term and align them with your why, creating them, and achieving them, will be easier, more fun and more impactful for your business in the long run.  

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The 7 Books Every Girl Boss Needs In Her Life

Reading makes us better business owners, family members and people, because it provides a new way to see the world, to experience other cultures and to learn a new skill or build on an old one. These 7 books are my must-haves for female entrepreneurs; from the inspirational to the tactical, each of these books has impacted the way I run my business and live my life.

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Where to Spend Money In Your Business (vs What You Should DIY)

When you’re a small business owner (and especially a new one!) it is so tough to decide where to spend your limited resources, and the decision can often feel paralyzing. Read on for the things that I 100% believe you should spend your money on when you’re just starting out, and the things that I think you absolutely can DIY.

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5 Ways to Survive the Work Day When You Are Stuck In Your 9 to 5

For two years before I quit my job, I found myself suffering through each workday. I felt like there was something more for me out there, that I wasn’t reaching my full potential (corny, I know). Because for so long I didn’t have a good plan to get out of my situation, I found myself coming up with ways to make the workdays less miserable. Here are some of my favorite tips that I used to survive those long, excruciating 9-5 hours.

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The Do's and Don'ts to Choosing a Name For Your Business

I’m no branding expert, but having been a part of a handful of businesses over the years (including my own!), I’ve learned a thing or two about what to do and what NOT to do when choosing a name for your business. Often, the name is one of the first big decisions you will make, and it better be a good one, because while it isn’t impossible to change your business name, you certainly don’t want to do so too often. So how do you choose a good name? Read on my friends…

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