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Monthly Archives: March 2017
How Leaders Stay Productive
By Ryan Neal, an EO Seattle member as well as president and cofounder of Blueprint Consulting Services
The transition from individual contributor to leader—whether you’re promoted within a company or you start your own business—comes with a unique set of challenges. Chief among them: Maintaining your productivity.
Categories: Best Practices Coaching LEADERSHIP Productivity
Tags: best practice best practices better business practices Blueprint Consulting leadership productivity Ryan Neal
Lessons from the Edge: When Stress Takes Over
By Bob Bernstein, an EO Nashville member and founder of Bongo Productions
Sometimes things in business and life are laughed off until something happens that forces us to take matters more seriously.
As an entrepreneur, my mind generates so many ideas that I started numbering them in emails to my administrative team. I made my Forum mates crack up when I spontaneously quoted Britney Spears to describe this non-stop flow of ideas. “Oops! I Did it Again” became my entrepreneurial theme song.
But I knew there was a problem when I passed out in the parking lot of my kids’ school.
Categories: Inspirational Legacy Lessons Learned
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Investing and Saving as a Woman Entrepreneur
Sharon Oberlander, a wealth management advisor with Merrill Lynch and long-time mentor to women entrepreneurs and executives, shares her thoughts on what women in business should know about investing, retirement and personal finance.
While the economy generally grew at a slow pace in 2016, employment in women-owned firms continued to increase according to the National Women’s Business Council. In fact, women-owned businesses are expected to create one-third of the 15.3 million projected new jobs by 2018. What women entrepreneurs do with their wealth will have a lasting effect on both economic growth and societal norms.
Categories: FINANCES Mentor WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS
Tags: #womentrepreneur finance interview investing Merrill Lynch money retirement planning Sharon Oberlander