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One Writer's Self-Pub Secrets

In 2007, Karen O’Lone Hahn wrote, illustrated, and self-published her first children’s book, "Millicent and the Faraway Moon.” The book features a cow who learns that she can accomplish great things when she stops listening to the voices inside...

Two Things About Hiring

One key to growing a business is the ability to delegate. If you’re attached to doing everything yourself, you’ll be too stressed out to run the company. You need to play to your strengths—and hire other people to do what you’re not great at. In...

What Women Care About in 2012

With such a tight election, both presidential candidates are campaigning hard for women’s votes.  But what are women’s issues? Once again pundits fill the airwaves with stereotypically female issues such as abortion and contraception. Certainly...

A Recipe for Survival

Before I had breast cancer, I had kidney cancer. They caught it early, removed my right kidney, and I went right back to work as a fashion-industry freelancer.  Three years later, at 56, I was diagnosed with (unrelated) breast cancer. This time I...

Building Momentum

I’ve been thinking about the role of confidence in being able to create the results you want—financial, lifestyle, anything.  There are only about 10,000 books on this topic. But in light of the shifting role of women (read any Hanna Rosin or...

When Passion Drives Strategy

Holly Raal never set out to open a shop that would be part boutique, part educational forum for browsing customers to learn about...bees. The 45-year-old artist had spent years working as a graphic designer when she sought another way to work,...

Your Earnings Outlook: Improved

Today's employment data is good news for job hunters. The jobless rate dropped to 7.8%, the lowest it's been since early 2009. If you're looking for work, now you need reliable salary data for your target job, so you can negotiate the best...

How to Get Attention from Experts

Jen Boulden When I launched DailyWorth in January 2009, I projected that we'd reach 25,000 daily readers by our one-year anniversary. By the end of that year, we had only 1,000. Scratching my head, amused by my inflated expectations, I began to...

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