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Are You Ready to Make the Entrepreneurial Leap?

Unfortunately, starting a business can be seen as a leap of faith. It isn’t a given that you’ll be successful. It isn’t always a given that you will be producing a product or service that people are willing to purchase. However, it can be much less of an unknown if you conduct your research and […] The post Are You Ready to Make the Entrepreneurial Leap? appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

11 Legit, High Paying Work-at-Home Careers

Back when I worked as a nurse, I never would have imagined I could earn six figures a year. With the measly 2 – 3 percent pay raise I got each year, I would be lucky if I were making $60,000 a year. To increase my income, I knew that I would either have to […] The post 11 Legit, High Paying Work-at-Home Careers appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

Lies, damn lies and crypto analytics

For the past 12 years I’ve followed the rise of the startup — defined as a small business with global ambitions — from my perch at TechCrunch. During that period I watched business reporting change from a sleepy backwater on the back of the Sports section into a juggernaut, a force that controls the global conversation. Why? Because business reporting became war reporting, and the battles fought were between VCs, businesses and ideas that changed the world. In that period, VCs rose from glorified bank tellers to rock stars. Incubators popped up to socialize nervous founders and turn them into capital F Founders and the path for startups became a codified journey from failure to success. Now we’re seeing the same thing happen in ICOs. But something is wrong. The startups coming out of the ICO craze aren’t being judged on the character of their founders, on their technologies or their probability for success. They are being judged, quite simply, on quantitative metrics that interrogate a token with one question: “When Lambo?” This is the wrong approach. Token-based startups must receive the same level of socialization and scrutiny as the old VC-based startup vetting process. But something is different, and it’s an important difference. In the old VC model a group of men — and it was mostly men for a long time — would stand in judgement over an idea. If any number of arbitrary points of risk appeared they would smile and say “No” to the founder, sending them down the road for another “No.” Unless you were plugged in professionally, went to Stanford, or had your own cash, seed to even late-stage investment wasn’t available and the resulting “valley of death” of undercapitalization sunk countless startups. Now, however, something new is afoot. While it’s always nice to look at tokens in comparison with other tokens, this sort of quantitative masturbation can easily hide a multitude of sins. Due diligence on token-based companies must be done, but it must be done through the wisdom of crowds. Instead of trying to impress one dude in a fleece vest and…

Should I Spend My Advertising Dollars on a Trade Show?

Since it is summer, I’ve seen a wide variety of events and trade shows come across my radar. Some are happening this summer, but many more will be held this fall. Most notably, the ABC Kids Expo will be held October 9 – 11 in Las Vegas. This is one of the largest trade shows […] The post Should I Spend My Advertising Dollars on a Trade Show? appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

Work-From-Home Parents Are Living the Dream as Home-Based Travel Agents

Sponsored by Cruise Planners Learn More About Starting a Home-Based Travel Agency Today with Cruise Planners Through a Special Webinar Invite. So, what’s it like being a work-from-home travel agent? Here we break down this dream job and let you hear directly from a Cruise Planners franchise owner on what it’s really like being a […] The post Work-From-Home Parents Are Living the Dream as Home-Based Travel Agents appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

Stella & Dot – A Home-Based Business for Style Enthusiasts

I first heard of  Stella & Dot back in 2007. A friend of a friend had just started selling it and wanted to let me know so I could include it in my research for the website I was going to launch. One look and immediately fell in love with the stylish jewelry and accessories! Fast […] The post Stella & Dot – A Home-Based Business for Style Enthusiasts appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

These 5 Qualities Are Proven to be the Most Valuable in Business Mentors

SCORE, the nation’s most extensive network of volunteer, expert business mentors, recently released their Spring 2018 The Megaphone of Main Street data report on the state of women’s entrepreneurship. The document covered key findings in women-owned business, financing and female entrepreneurs, and the impact of mentoring on business success. While the entire report was incredibly […] The post These 5 Qualities Are Proven to be the Most Valuable in Business Mentors appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

Work-at-Home Jobs for Physicians

When I went into the nursing field, I had a romanticized notion of what my work days would look like. Little did I know that those long 12+ hour shifts, high levels of stress, and grueling work conditions would burn me out in just a year’s time. Throw in having a baby and wanting to […] The post Work-at-Home Jobs for Physicians appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

Most business leaders say AI is critical for the survival of their firms

Nine out of ten business leaders believe AI is critical for the survival of their organisations over the next five years. SAPPHIRE NOW (SAP) has revealed its latest global research that, of 2,500 C-level executives, six out of ten business leaders have implemented or are planning to implement AI in the next year. What’s more, The post Most business leaders say AI is critical for the survival of their firms appeared first on Small Business.

Three in five businesses think their prospects will improve in the next year

Three in five (59 per cent) businesses believe their prospects will improve in the next year. New data from Smith & Williamson’s inaugural report – Dream bigger: The scale-up moment – reveals that in a show of confidence from the UK’s business community, a quarter (26 per cent) go as far to say that their position The post Three in five businesses think their prospects will improve in the next year appeared first on Small Business.

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