Jill Foster wrote a new post, Hot Mommas Project Winner Ann Bevans Talks Business & Darth Vader 2 years, 7 months ago
DISCLAIMER to readers: Darth Vader was not harmed in this recording.
She just gave a great speech on the benefits and stress from having so many available choices.
She has resolve, success, and a great depth […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, 3 Presentation Tips From a Product Demo 2 years, 8 months ago
A colleague recently shared her pre-game angst for giving a product demonstration. She felt less confident about this particular demo, especially when envisioning questions from attendees that could favor her […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, On International Women’s Day, A Recovered Respect For Grandma 2 years, 9 months ago
On International Women’s Day, here’s a thought-provoking message from Jill Foster…
on how reliving a family story has given her renewed respect for a woman ahead of her time.
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Jill Foster wrote a new post, The Welcome Surprises of Storyboarding A Speech 2 years, 9 months ago
[Ed: we hope you enjoy this post either by watching the video, or by reading the written summary below... or both!]
What is going on?
What am I going to learn?
How is this relevant to me?
These are driving […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, How To Prepare For Rapid-Fire Q&A With Any Audience 2 years, 11 months ago
…rich in examples and relevance with even insight from Dr. Suess(!)
Thus describes what it’s been like reading Karen Friedman‘s new book Shut Up and Say Something (Praeger). For full disclosure, her team […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, The Value of Online Connections 3 years, 10 months ago
I think I’m a decent networker. I can go to an event and talk to every person in the room. I can leave with more than just a stack of business cards in hand — I can get a good idea of how I can help my new […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, Dazed, Confused, Focused: 5 Tips From the CES Floor 3 years, 10 months ago
I have a love for knowing what is going on in technology, whether it’s the latest Internet start-ups or the next generation gadgets. So, when I had an opportunity to go to Las Vegas for the 2010 International […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, Award-Winning Shonali Burke Becomes New Editor for WomenGrowBusiness.com 3 years, 10 months ago
With an incredible track record in the world of integrated communications – plus a great attitude to match – Shonali Burke knows how to grow business and strong partnerships.
And from the start, she’s been a <a […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, Deadline January 31st: Calling All Hot Mommas 3 years, 10 months ago
Professor Kathy Korman Frey at the George Washington University School of Business has kicked off the 2009-2010 HotMommas Case Study Competition.
Share your experience
It’s a unique project that takes the […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, Forbes Names ‘Women Grow Business’ in Top 20 Blogs by Women for Social Media and Marketing 3 years, 10 months ago
Bring it on 2010!
Congrats Women Grow Business – the volunteer blogger team and readers alike – for being named last week by Forbes as one of the 20 best social media and marketing blogs by women! As the new […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, Community Building Breakthroughs and Distinction for Small Business 3 years, 10 months ago
Recently at Women Grow Business I wrote about how the social media space is becoming much like a cocktail party. With lots of voices out there, it’s getting harder to woo your prospects.
I also posed the […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, Up Next: More Resources, Fun, and One Snow Day 3 years, 11 months ago
We look forward to starting more conversation with you next week!
In the mean time, stay warm and let us know: what’s your main goal for Q1?
And can Women Grow Business help?
Is it locating more prospects? […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, “Small Businesses Can No Longer Afford To Be Dilettantes When Hiring” 3 years, 11 months ago
For Women Grow Business, I interviewed Peter Weddle (who is “…filled with ingenious ideas” per The Washington Post). He is a serial entrepreneur with terrific expertise in recruiting and human capital issues. […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, A Business Owner Researches Financial Options to Expand 3 years, 11 months ago
How do you expand revenue by $12k each month?
Sometimes the most frustrating thing about being an entrepreneur is knowing exactly how much cash you need to have to expand. One would think that’s manna from […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, Community, Changes, and First Year of Women Grow Business 3 years, 11 months ago
Women Grow Business is now one year old and you’ve made it one dynamic year.
What compels you to read the blog? Have you been a guest blogger here?
Do you want to contribute or be featured? Your interest […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, Happy New Year (new decade!) from Women Grow Business 3 years, 11 months ago
There are so many social media forecasts, trends, and top ten entrepreneur lists about (did you see 10 ways to start your business year with a bang?). These engage and enlighten, yes!
Yet as the new decade […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, Do’s and Don’ts for Your Marketing Dollars 3 years, 11 months ago
Guest blogger Robin Ferrier is communications manager for the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus and president of the Capital Communicators Group. She can be reached via LinkedIn.
The economy is […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, 3 Reasons Why Being a Volunteer Leader Helps Your Business 3 years, 11 months ago
One of the great things about joining a professional development organization is that you can get hands-on leadership experience as a volunteer; experience which, they say, will serve you well in your “real” […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, Happy Holidays from Women Grow Business 3 years, 11 months ago
Thanks for an incredible year and see you next week (the final week of this decade!). What’s been most motivating for your business this year? And what do you aim to achieve within the next 10 years for your […]
Jill Foster wrote a new post, It’s Difficult: 4 Lessons Learned From Co-founding with a Friend 3 years, 11 months ago
Learning the founder’s duty:
Recently, I’ve had to face some tough decisions as a founder for a new company that I am nurturning, Just Kite It. Beyond the day-to-day hustle of ensuring that action items are […]
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