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The Statute of Frauds: When Your Contract MUST Be in Writing and Signed

Guest post by Jared Sutton, an associate at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie, LLP In my last post, I discussed why it was important to write down the general terms of all of your agreements to help stop an argument about who said what from costing you money. In this post, I’ll go a step further and talk about some of the circumstances in which you must have a writing that is signed by the other side, for a contract to be enforceable. This … [Read More...]

Entrepreneurship Offers Women a Unique Opportunity to Find Balance

Adapting Your Business Plan, Adapting Your Role: Entrepreneur, Wife, & Mother

Guest post by Elizabeth Groh, Assistant Professor and Department Chair of Faculty Development for Tempe, AZ-based Western International University Life is marked by those moments of epiphany that change our course. Mine came at an altitude of about 3,000 feet in the back of a news helicopter. I’ll never forget that night: I was sitting mere inches away from my male colleague, trying to maintain a shred of privacy. Although reporters and … [Read More...]

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Write. It. Down.

I’m a commercial litigator. Fighting over contracts is what I do almost every day. It still amazes me how often I see smart, successful business people making simple mistakes in their transactions that end up costing them thousands of dollars in damages, settlements, and legal fees. Over the next several months, I’ll be offering tips that you can use in your everyday business that will help you avoid these pitfalls. In this first … [Read More...]

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Member Spotlight: Inna Korenzvit

Member: Inna Korenzvit     Business: KORE Bookkeeping Solutions, LLC Who are your ideal clients, what is the problem they have that you help them with, and how does it affect their lives? Our ideal client is a small business owner who does not have resources to keep a professional bookkeeper on their staff full time. They see their bookkeeping as a necessary evil, which does not add value to their business, and as a result either … [Read More...]

Entrepreneurship Offers Women a Unique Opportunity to Find Balance

Adapting Your Business Plan, Adapting Your Role: Entrepreneur, Wife, & Mother

Guest post by Elizabeth Groh, Assistant Professor and Department Chair of Faculty Development for Tempe, AZ-based Western International University Life is marked by those moments of epiphany that change our course. Mine came at an altitude of about 3,000 feet in the back of a news helicopter. I’ll never forget that night: I was sitting mere inches away from my male colleague, trying to maintain a shred of privacy. Although reporters and … [Read More...]

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5 Tips to Influence Without Authority

Guest post by Felicia Davis, author of the book, The Leadership Mastery Formula Leadership has taken on new meaning and much greater challenges in the last decade and being able to influence, even when you feel powerless, is a must. The VUCA environment that we are in now makes being a leader even tougher, but with the right communication and influencing skills, it can be done. People bring a vast amount of skills, experience and points of … [Read More...]

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Content Marketing Strategy: How to Create Lasting Value in 2016 and Beyond

We live in an information-driven economy. Creating content – the right content, on a regular basis – is essential. Doing so can also get expensive, but you can’t afford to be left behind, so how do you keep up and still stay on budget? Here’s how you can maximize your content marketing strategy so you can do more with less. Create Evergreen Content While there’s a place for content about the latest happenings, the content marketing strategy … [Read More...]

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Adapting Your Business Plan, Adapting Your Role: Entrepreneur, Wife, & Mother

Guest post by Elizabeth Groh, Assistant Professor and Department Chair of Faculty Development for Tempe, AZ-based Western International University Life is … [Read More...]

Close the Sale at Hello!

Guest post by Lorraine Bossé-Smith, founder of the F.I.T. Leader Formula and a certified professional behavior analyst (CPBA) Some people feel that they … [Read More...]

5 Tips to Influence Without Authority

Guest post by Felicia Davis, author of the book, The Leadership Mastery Formula Leadership has taken on new meaning and much greater challenges in the last … [Read More...]

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Adapting Your Business Plan, Adapting Your Role: Entrepreneur, Wife, & Mother

Guest post by Elizabeth Groh, Assistant Professor and Department Chair of Faculty Development for Tempe, AZ-based Western International University Life is marked by those moments of epiphany that change our course. Mine came at an altitude of about 3,000 feet in the back of a news helicopter. I’ll never forget that night: I was sitting […]

Create Your Vision Path in 2016

By Laura Dornbusch You are thinking this should be an article for January, but read on and it will become clear why we should readdress our New Year’s Resolutions. As you look back on 2015, do you feel satisfied with your results or do you stare at a familiar unorganized disarray path of unfulfilled dreams? […]

Challenging Digital Boundaries

If your doctor only glanced at your chart before telling you that you have cancer and that you need surgery, you’d likely get a second opinion. If your surgeon greeted you on the morning of surgery and told you that he was awake the night before answering emails from the hospital’s chief of staff, you’d […]

The Statute of Frauds: When Your Contract MUST Be in Writing and Signed

Guest post by Jared Sutton, an associate at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie, LLP In my last post, I discussed why it was important to write down the general terms of all of your agreements to help stop an … [Read More...]

Be Bold and Courageous

Guest post by Susan F. Moody. Attend Susan’s workshop “Are You Out of Your Mind” at the 12th Annual Women Entrepreneurs’ Small Business Boot Camp on May 7. “Be bold and courageous. When you look back on your … [Read More...]

Hell in High Heels

This guest post includes an excerpt of a blog post by Lynda Bishop. Attend Lynda’s workshop “Hell in High Heels” at the 12th Annual Women Entrepreneurs’ Small Business Boot Camp on May 7. Learning to be a … [Read More...]

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