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The Luck of the Entrepreneur

By Elizabeth Gordon

You often hear about entrepreneurs getting lucky – getting on Oprah or selling their business for $50 million to a big conglomerate. When you hear these stories of seeming overnight success, it makes you think, “Wow, they are sooo lucky.” But what sometimes appears to be luck is actually the result of a well laid plan and strategy that is finally coming to fruition. Every time you hear the story of an entrepreneur’s big win, you are probably not going to hear about the 100 times before that they failed, but trust me, they did.

What allowed them to eventually get to their big win? They didn’t beat themselves up after they failed, nor did they let it make them fearful of taking future risks. Instead, they viewed each small failure as simply a stepping-stone on the path to success. The good news is you can improve your luck. When you recognize that there is no such thing as “the overnight success story” and instead make the goal of each day to move the ball one step closer to your goal, you’ll increase your odds every day. If so-called good luck is really just persistence, creativity and determination that have finally paid off, there are some ways to stack the deck in your favor.   (more…)

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Facts on The Status of Women

March 12, 2008 Networking

I recently attended Atlanta Women’s Network “WomenUp 2008” and in the program there was an excellent article on Facts on The Status of Women.  Some include: In 2006, women earned $ .77 for every $1 men earned.  Women make over 85% of consumer purchases. In 2006 in the US, there were 10.4 million firms owned
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Lord, I am a woman-on-the-grow

By Jewel Diamond Taylor motivational speaker and author www.WomenOnTheGrow.com Lord, I am a woman-on-the-grow. Please help me… * to find the strength to get up when I just want to give up. * to speak up the next time he/she disrespects or abuses me. * to guard myself from family/friends who challenge my trust, patience,
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