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    Seven Lies Entrepreneurs Shouldn’t Believe

    There are enough difficulties in building business without tripping yourself with unreal fears. Writing on the website ReCode.com, Stephanie Tilenius (shown), founder and CEO of health and wellness coaching ser...

    [Q&A] Fragrance Designer Sue Phillips

    Born in South Africa, Sue Phillips is the founder of Scenterprises, a custom perfumery in New York City and is a globally known expert on fragrances, perfume, cosmetics and personal care. She has worked at Eliz...

    [Q&A] Wendy Davidson: Bring Your Whole Self to Work

    Wendy Davidson is president, U. S. Specialty Channels for The Kellogg Company. She began her career with Tyson Foods, where she worked from 1993 until 2009. She joined McCormick as VP- Consumer Food manufacturi...
    Christine Pedi

    [Q&A] Christine Pedi: Find Your Voice

    Christine Pedi earned her nickname, “The Lady of 1,000 Voices,” from her ability to mimic celebrities—in speech and song—as shown in her current role in “NEWSical the Musical” and in her long run in the off-Bro...

    Women-Owned Businesses Continue to Grow

    Women now own nearly one-third of privately held businesses in the U.S. These businesses account for nearly one of seven jobs at privately held businesses and one of every 16 overall, according to the 2015 “Sta...

    May I Say Something? 12 Things to Stop Doing

    Yes, the statistics on numbers of women in boardrooms say there still is a glass ceiling. But Wendy Capland, CEO of Vision Quest Consulting tells Inc. magazine’s Minda Zetlin that many of the women she has coac...
    Successful woman ponders future

    What Makes American Women Entrepreneurs Different?

    Women entrepreneurs in the U.S. who have run their businesses less than three years would tell their younger selves, “Trust your instincts, start small and don’t worry and enjoy yourself more.” That’s very diff...