Each month members of our leadership team will share the best resources they have discovered and use in their small business.
- 5 Ways Entrepreneurs Crush it by Maximizing Their Lunch Hour
I have a lot on my plate, the lunch hour of my day job is crucial to keeping up with a lot my business stuff and precious time that I can use that’s typically uninterrupted.
– Abby | Sr. Fort Wayne Community Director
- Business of Being Creative
I read this article by Sean Low that has really impacted my work lately. It’s made me think more critically about my services and what I need to provide in order to be the best.
– Ashley | Sr. Chicago Community Director
- Courage and Clarity
I’ve really been drawn t0 and impressed with, the Courage and Clarity podcast. This is a podcast for female entrepreneurs that focuses on the vision AND the process of working for yourself. She breaks each conversation into two episodes which gives you a better understanding and focus on how these ladies built their businesses. This is one of the best new podcasts I’ve enjoyed.
– Karina | Chicago Community Director
- Creative Live
Something I just discovered that I love is Creative Live. Creative Live is a hub of educational videos on a lot of aspects of being creative. While older videos are paid, they always have multiple “On Air” classes taking place for free. The umbrella topics are, “Photo & Video,” “Art & Design,” “Music & Audio,” “Craft & Maker,” and “Money & Life.”
– Kayla | Lexington Community Director
- Women, Work and the Art of Savoir Faire: Business Sense
I am just in love with this book written by Mireille Guiliano = Women, Work and the Art of Savoir Faire: Business Sense. She is such a classy representation of a successful business woman and her business advice is timeless and graceful.
– Jennifer | Windsor Community Director
In the comments below let us know what you think of these suggestions. What business tool would you suggest?