Women In Business

  • How to start a freelance translator business

    How to start a freelance translator business

    If you are looking into a freelance startup, you are by no means alone. There has been a steady and strong growth in the freelance industry in recent years, with more and more people turning to freelancing for all...

  • 3 ways to answer one of the hardest questions in business: so what?

    3 ways to answer one of the hardest questions in business: so what?

    So what? This is one of the most uncomfortable questions in business. Whether you’re pitching your business idea or going for a promotion, being prepared to answer this question, or a more polite version of it, is going to...

  • Have you ever stopped to ask yourself what type of leader you are?

    Have you ever stopped to ask yourself what type of leader you are?

    We’ve heard about quizzes and analytics that measure our personality type, our strengths, our emotional intelligence, our love language, and so on. These all provide an incredible treasure trove of insights that can be a gold mine for those...

  • How to reach your long-term clients without “looking needy”

    How to reach your long-term clients without “looking needy”

    A former client who wishes to return for more products/services is an incredible win. Why? Because if he’s a returning customer, you no longer have to spend money on winning a new one. If all your former clients would...

  • Don’t lose yourself to your business

    Being a business woman can be hard, particularly running your own business. Unfortunately, many business avenues are still male-dominated. Fortunately, we women are very good at proving people wrong. Succeeding in business depends on the time and hard work...

  • Tips for women in business to stay fighting fit

    A new 17-year longitudinal study by the University of Newcastle shows working mothers in Australia are feeling the pressure of juggling home, work and leisure time more than ever before. Another major British study shows women in their 30s...

  • The power of coaching for leaders

    When you’re in a leadership position, you’re in charge of helping people grow and thrive within their professional roles. But who in an organisation helps leaders grow and thrive? Leaders are often left to their own devices with limited,...

  • Biggest pain and biggest opportunity: employee onboarding

    Biggest pain and biggest opportunity: employee onboarding

    As a former CEO with the responsibility for hiring and integrating over 100 of employees every year, there is nothing more frustrating than spending months and months searching for a great candidate to fill a key role in your...

  • Getting started: how to become a successful online retailer

    Getting started: how to become a successful online retailer

    As more shoppers shift from buying products inside stores to hopping online to get exactly what they need, the opportunities on the Web have expanded. Having success as an online retailer takes time as you perfect your marketing strategy...