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LiisBeth Original

LiisBeth Original

Entrepreneurs by Choice; Activists By Necessity

Entrepreneurs by Choice; Activists By Necessity

For many women, particularly those working within oppressive environments, the very act of starting a business can be frighteningly disruptive to the social order.

Bridge Over Tricky Waters: Love, Business, And Good Governance

Bridge Over Tricky Waters: Love, Business, And Good Governance

When romantic partnerships fail, the business often does too. Establishing governance agreements early on can help.

Invasion of the Brain Pickers: 9 Ways To Deal With Bids For Free Advice

Invasion of the Brain Pickers: 9 Ways To Deal With Bids For Free Advice

Your expertise is your number one asset. Think before you give it away.

Why Shecosystem is My System

Why Shecosystem is My System

“I never even considered looking for incubators or business supports in the mainstream areas because those ways of doing business never resonated for me.”

Why We’re Feminists

Why We’re Feminists

If women are coerced into believing that it’s unattractive to be a feminist, they are relinquishing their own power.
Think you’re not a feminist? Think again.

How to Stop Your Spouse From “Splaining” How to Run Your Business

How to Stop Your Spouse From “Splaining” How to Run Your Business

Avoid the power struggle that can create serious problems for your business.

Slow Growth, or How to sleep at night when you’re building your business

Slow Growth, or How to sleep at night when you’re building your business

Valerie Hussey says, “A Dragons’ Den mentality is not required to succeed, and don’t let anyone try to convince you that it is.” Hussey ought to know. She joined Kids Can Press in 1979 when sales were $17,000 and led it to sales just shy of $15 million, with year-over-year profits of 10%.

The Wages of Tenacity

The Wages of Tenacity

Meet Joan Prowse, Canadian documentary filmmaker, whose tenacious career story reads “against all odds.”

Am I Really A CEO?

Am I Really A CEO?

What your business title really means.