We hear a lot about work at home moms and small business owners who are moms. Mom entrepreneurs are all the rage. But here are five things you won’t hear.
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Sometimes, whether it’s in your professional or personal life, you can get stuck. The stress and strain of trying to have it all can really take its toll. By partnering with others to leverage their strengths and experiences, though, you can find ways to have it all – without having to do it all all the time. As I announced in yesterday’s newsletter, I’ve partnered with Gerrianne Clare of Family Guidance System to offer a FREE teleseminar for Consultant Journal readers.
Are you considering whether the iPad 2 is a valuable investment for you and your business? In order to help you make your decision, here are 7 top ways to use the iPad 2 in your business:
Ugh. I just had an excrutiating experience with trying to find online data storage.
I’m happy to say that you can now print, PDF or email blog posts from Consultant Journal. You’ll see the print & PDF widget at the bottom of posts. It also allows you to email yourself a copy of any post. By the way, have you tried "Share This"? That’s the widget just below "Print Friendly".
Aah, smart phones, iPhones, BlackBerries and Droids. Are you part of the portable media club? If not, here are 7 reasons to use portable media in your business: 1. Stay connected Use portable media in your business and stay connected 24/7. Check in on your business no matter where you are and never miss important
3D bar charts and graphs may mess with the information you’re trying to convey. Find out what graphical data representation expert Naomi Robbins says about the risks.
Video cameras are becoming more common as quality increases and prices decrease. Here are 5 ways to use video cameras in your business: 1. Tutorials Use video cameras in your business to create video tutorials on basic concepts related to your business. Clients will appreciate these tutorials, and on-camera tutorials can save you time and
10 ways to use digital cameras in your business: 1. Document for insurance purposes Use digital cameras in your business to document your workspace for insurance purposes. Be sure to take photographs of your office detailing your business equipment and store the photographs in a safe place. These photographs could prove invaluable if a fire,