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Motivation

Change Your Relationship to “Failure”

A couple of years ago, I had the worst day of my entrepreneurial life. DailyWorth was two years old, I’d been trying to raise investment capital for nine months, and I had two toddlers and a marriage on thin ice. A group of investors had verbally...

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...

Twitter Party on Earning More #CreateWorth

You know what feels good? Getting a big, fat check—bigger than any check you've ever received—and depositing it. And then maybe staring at the balance for a little while. Our chief mission at CreateWorth is to help you grow your business so that...

How to Look Like A CEO

For most of my life, I didn’t have to take my image too seriously. My hippie-jock self found comfort in ponytails and flip-flops. And that was fine while I worked as a programmer who lived behind a computer. But my company, DailyWorth, is...

Vacation Makes Your Biz Better

Confession: As a career-preneur, I rarely take a vacation. I travel constantly, but I'm always working. And it's bad—for me and for my business. I'm writing this as much for you as a declaration for myself. In the few times I've successfully left...

Greed Can Be Good. Really.

When I first launched my coaching business—long before my $30,000 breakthrough—I lived in constant fear of greed. My mantra was, "Better to get by with less than risk being greedy." Every time I quoted a project or price, I felt queasy—and...

CEO 101 for Business Owners

Last winter, in "Your Future as a Free Agent," we coined a phrase many of you found tweet-worthy: Get Your CEO On. It's a fun, kick-butt sentiment. What does it mean? Becoming a CEO—as opposed to just "running your business"—demands that you step...

Women - Get Your Startup Started

  As the founder of two technology companies, I'm often the lone woman in a crowd of dudes. That’s why I love Women 2.0, an organization based in San Francisco, whose mission is to increase the number of female founders of tech start-ups. A lot of...

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