Try this five-minute mindfulness meditation for building awareness of thoughts.
Steve Jobs wasn't only a pioneer in computer technology. He was also a pioneer in the technology of the brain.
Being still is tremendously difficult in our world. Noise crowds into every empty space, leaving us spiritually, mentally, and emotionally exhausted. Here’s how to reclaim some interior margin.
Learning how to hold your space and keep your power
After all, it’s a big part of your life.
If there is one consistent character trait that I can honestly say I see in all of my successful friends from big corporate CEO’s to one man show entrepreneurs (in life and business)…it is a simple one.
Everyone has an ego, it is part of what makes us human. It isn’t practical to totally rid yourself of ego but loosening the control that ego can have over your decisions and actions isn’t just good for business, it can be good for you and everyone around you.
Here’s a paradox: It is ego that often launches a successful new business, realising the vision of a single individual or small group and turning into an energetic, fast growth enterprise.
It is by now pretty common knowledge that women typically do not negotiate as hard as men. Women will go at least one round less in a multi-round negotiation or often, as is the case for many graduate
A new survey reveals that women-owned businesses are growing at a faster rate than most businesses. Here are other surprising results.
Boston.com gathered tips from a salary negotiation workshop sponsored by The American Association of University Women, Mayor Marty Walsh, and the Mayor’s Office of Women’s Advancement.
A good friend of mine is an excellent photographer. We’d sometimes discuss how business is going, and he’d tell me about his projects with passion.
Barbara Stanny is a powerful speaker who has devoted herself to transforming women’s relationship with money. She is the author of five books about personal finance and women in business.
For over 20 years, I’ve been empowering women to take charge of their money and in turn, take charge of their life — and the real reward goes far beyond money.
Whether you've ever been a consultant before or not, I hope you'll start thinking of yourself as a consultant in 2015. You are the CEO of your own business. Your career is your business!
One of the more difficult parts of being a consultant is determining and negotiating your rate with a customer.
There are two methods for assessing your fair billing rate, and both are important, the floor and the ceiling.
As a new business owner, you may not know what you should charge for your consulting services. Here's some advice.
In a way, saying no to a client is a good problem to have. It makes you assertive and teaches you to handle awkward situations gracefully.
How marketing and selling to High-End Clients can transform your business and your income.
Value-based fees are becoming increasingly popular with consultants, since I pioneered the movement in the early 90s with the publication of Million Dollar Consulting, now in its fourth edition,