Tag: business advice

Advice from Bethenny Frankel to Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs

Advice from Bethenny Frankel to Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs By Moira Forbes “The only real successes are ones with blood, sweat, tears and grit,” says best-selling author, producer and philanthropist Bethenny Frankel, speaking about her unconventional rise from reality TV star to self-made businesswoman and serial entrepreneur. Frankel is sharing hard-won lessons in building a brand empire in her first-ever business-focused book,…

Achieving Your Most Ambitious Business Goals

Jennifer Cohen wants us to be smarter, faster, stronger, and more resilient. Like the best physical trainers in the world, she knows that you have to learn better techniques and develop more effective habits to level up quickly. That’s why she started the hit podcast, Habits & Hustle. From Tony Robbins, Jay Shetty, Chelsea Handler to Mel Robbins, Jennifer seeks out the…

How To Accelerate Your Sales And Build Market Influence

Conviction Marketing: Accelerate Your Sales And Build Market Influence By Melissa Houston Kelly Roach is a business growth consultant for 6, 7, and 8-figure business owners across the globe and the founder of one of the few 8-figure females-owned and runs companies leading in the online coaching space. Kelly Roach Consulting is a leading online business education company. Entrepreneurs look up to…

Build A Successful Business With These Entrepreneur Tips

Build A Successful Business With These 6 Entrepreneur Tips By Samantha Zabel Ready to build that company you’ve been planning in your head? Six successful entrepreneurs offered their secrets to success at the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit. Remember their words as you pursue your passion and begin to build your dream. 1. “You’re only as good as the people you work with.”…

Inclusion and Belonging: Sisters, Not Twins

Inclusion and Belonging: Sisters, Not Twins By Dr. Beth Kaplan Kondonijakos, GC4W Thought Leadership Contributor Diversity, inclusion, and belonging are often grouped together in an effort to encourage fairness in today’s workplace. Inclusion and belonging, in particular, are usually exchanged for one another. In fact, upon hearing that I was writing my dissertation on “Belonging in the Workplace,” one of…

Fashion Rebel Karla Gallardo on How to Start Your Own Business

Fashion Rebel Karla Gallardo on How to Start Your Own Business by Corinne Griffith Cole and reported by Jacqueline Dia WHAT SHE DID… In a world full of Zaras and H&Ms, 31-year-old Ecuadorian designer Karla Gallardo wants to create one-of-a-kind fashion. Her e-commerce brand, Cuyana, is an online dream for eco-conscious chicks who want a little style with their sustainability. Cuyana, Quechua for…