The Business of Divorce

by Dana Heyde – You have an idea for a business and take the entrepreneurial plunge! Then, just when things start picking up at work, life at home falls apart. What happens to your business if you decide to divorce? California … MORE

When Life Interrupts Your Business

by Judy Rose  – What would you do if some event interrupted your ability to take care of your business? What if you were in an accident and couldn’t work for a while? What if a loved one needed you 24/7 … MORE

The Complexity of Simplicity in What I Do

by Trina Fleming – The next time you stand up to give your self-introduction, remember that the average attention span of human beings is now about eight seconds. In an attempt to relate everything about our businesses and every possible way … MORE

Is Your Business on YouTube?

by Jane Shafron – Did you know that YouTube is the second most popular search engine after Google?  So, if you don’t have a YouTube channel make one of your resolutions for your business in 2015 to get creative, make a … MORE

Five Leading Trends in Marketing

Author: Kimberly Schramm – A new year, 2015, is only days away.  What changes will 2015 bring in how you market your product or service? Here are five trends that savvy business marketers are watching. Note that all of these … MORE

Feeling Blue and What to Do*

by Sue Parks-   ‘Tis the season to be merry, but for many, the winter months are the hardest. If you or your employees are depressed, it can impact productivity, challenge team dynamics and worse. Depression is a serious health … MORE

A Defense Under Reservation May Be Less Than Expected

When an insurer agrees to defend a policyholder against a lawsuit, the insurer often will assert that it reserves various rights that could have the effect of limiting or denying coverage for the policyholder, and may allow the insurer to … MORE

Questions You Can and Can’t Ask in an Interview

by Brenna Johnson – Hiring new employees is never easy. It takes time and money to find qualified applicants, review their resumes, select your finalists – and then ask meaningful questions to determine which of these individuals is the best fit … MORE

Thanksgiving is Over and I’m Full

by Judy Rose – We women who are in business tend to have full plates most of the year. We juggle family, clients, employees, and find ways to get it all done. So I looked forward to the Thanksgiving holiday and … MORE

Holiday Tipping, Not Stiffing

by Kathy Dawson – Holiday tipping is a traditional way of saying thank you to people who provide you with year round services. Do you know whom to tip or what is the appropriate amount? Here is a guide to making … MORE