By Abbie Davies Steinbacher
I often get asked what the hardest part of being an entrepreneur is. While there are many challenges that come along with being an entrepreneur, from my experience as founder of the kids yoga company, My First Yoga, I believe that the single hardest part is just getting started.... Read More »
As an employee turned entrepreneur myself, this is a plunge I have taken and coach clients on from a career, business, and personal level. With nearly 30MM job seekers, including 14MM unemployed, and a job search process that takes over 211 days to land a new job, it's no wonder many professionals are... Read More »
Organizations have plenty of information, but too many lack the raw brain power to be able to frame their data in ways that would give them a competitive edge.
That's where you can come in -- as a brain for hire. Top consulting firms in this niche charge as much as $200,000 a day to train about 25 employees... Read More »
Pizza ranks right up there with hot dogs as the quintessential American food. But, pizza has a long and deep history that spans the globe.
For Scott Wiener, that history, combined with a deep passion for pizza, has led to a job many pizza lovers would love to have -- a pizza tour guide in the center of the pizza... Read More »
What about starting my own business?
In response to Tory's challenge, I recently had the good fortune to meet a handful of entrepreneurs who were happy to share their start-up stories. Since the culinary world is the next area I'm hoping to pursue, each of the businesses is connected to the food world, whether... Read More »