Lots of entrepreneurs and other humans choose a word or phrase of the year at the beginning of each year to serve as their theme. In the past, my words and phrases have been A Milli, Grace and Ease. This year my word is ENOUGH.
Have you ever seen a new player come on to the scene in the online business world and all of a sudden she’s got a million followers and a million dollars and she’s only been in business for like 7 months? WTF, right? Why is
I was featured on NBC News this week discussing this topic. Watch the video below. As women, we have taken some big losses over the last few years. We tried to elect the first woman president and lost. We tried to block a supreme court
If I were to describe 2018 in a phrase it would be: holi schmizoli. This year I experienced some very high highs and some very low lows. From three months of bedrest to giving birth to a healthy baby boy, from the best event I’ve ever put together
Ever since I started writing about how I take two weeks off over the holidays, I get a lot of emails in December from clients and readers asking me how I manage it: taking time off, setting expectations with clients and with family, dealing with
You know what I’m sick of? Bullshit revenue goals. Like people who tell me they want to make a million dollars but when I ask them how, they got nothing for me. It’s not impressive to tell me that you want to make $30K in
I don’t know about you but I used to watch the businesses of other people — Marie Forleo, Martha Beck, Seth Godin – and be like, how the hell are they doing it? It seemed like their businesses would just grow and grow and grow,
It was five in the morning when I decided to start the Million Dollar Badass podcast. <<< And if you haven’t listened to it yet, you can listen right here! >>> I was nursing Jett, could barely keep my eyes open and I started thinking about this
This summer, I got into my car and drove 5 hours to Atlanta to meet up with my besties for a Beyonce concert. It was epic. First of all DJ Khaled brought out every artist you have ever heard of from the City of Atlanta.
Let’s talk about mistakes. So last Sunday I was in New York to attend a workshop on getting a six-figure book deal. It has been a tough few days. I had just been dealing with no power and no hot water in Greensboro for two