How To Join The Women’s Entrepreneurial Club

June 8, 2012 42 Comments TAGS: Career, Money

I was recently called upon as one of “America’s Ultimate Experts” to share my advice for budding female entrepreneurs in the latest issue of Woman’s World Magazine. That issue hit newsstands yesterday.

If you are a woman thinking of starting your own business, here are some helpful tips and advice from some top experts.

Entrepreneurship is not an easy journey. It is one of great sacrifice, hardship and frustration. It is also one of great reward, possibility and freedom. Something to ponder…

I would love your feedback.

We’re also going to try a few things today…

If you are a savvy entrepreneur or mompreneur, what are YOUR greatest tips? Share them with our community. Help out some of the newbies starting their own businesses. The world needs more women leading the way! 

ALSO, if you are a woman entrepreneur, I would be thrilled for you to share your business with us today, right here, with our many readers. Go ahead, promote yourself and tell us why you, your website, your product or service great! Your online networking begins NOW!

Happy Weekend. 😉



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    15. Lucy HammondNo Gravatar says:

      Congratulations on your inclusion in this great article! It’s very inspiring,& sure to help a lot of women make the decision to take the plunge into entrepreneurship!

      Honestly,I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t an entrepreneur,though I had no idea that’s what it was called, when I was a kid! Starting a babysitting service at 11,picking fruit & vegetables,making & selling art & jewelry,singing for events,you name it, I did it!

      I was one of the fortunate few given the privilege of spending time with my grandparents growing up! Though I didn’t realize it,they were all independent business owners! None had storefronts per se,so I guess I just saw them as free spirits,& wanted to be just like them! As entrepreneurs,my inclusion in their daily activities was just one of necessity,rather than some grand design. They had to go about their business,& since I was there,I was integrated into the process! I credit those experiences with shaping my attitudes,& laying the foundation for a lifetime of self determination,& self employment!If I wanted something,I was taught how to work to achieve it!

      I’ve been a Nail Professional for 27 years,a visual artist,jewelry designer,writer,& a singer my entire life. Though I’ve only recently begun building a site to promote my nail biz,starting my singing career over 4 years ago,at 50,was something entirely different! A web presence has been essential in getting the word out!

      Thank you all for the inspiration! Keep up the great work! Inspiring others to follow their dreams,despite the pressures of our society to fit into some sort of predetermined little box,is one of the things that helps keep me going! Finding out there’s wonderful women doing just that,is so encouraging!

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