I started FEA with zero fans, followers, and traffic, as well as with no clue how to build an online community to support women in business or a network. What I did have was a big vision and lots of determination to figure it out and ...
Author: Carrie Green
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
Category: Business & Economics
Are you ready to turn your ideas into reality and build a wildly successful business?There has never been a better time to say yes! With a computer and an Internet connection you can get your ideas, messages, and business out there like never before and create so much success.In this book, Carrie Greenshows you how.Carrie started her first online business at the age of 20—she knows what it’s like to be an ambitious and creative woman with big dreams and huge determination . . . but she also knows the challenges of starting and running a business, including the fears, overwhelm, confusion, and blocks that entrepreneurs face. Based on her personal, tried-and-tested experience, she offers valuable guidance and powerful exercises to help you: •Get clear on your business vision •Move past the fears and doubts that can get in the way •Understand your audience, so you can truly connect with them •Create your brand and build a tribe of raving fans, subscribers, and customers •Manage your time, maintain focus, and keep going in the right direction •Condition yourself for success . . . and so much more!If you’re a creative and ambitious female entrepreneur, or are contemplating the entrepreneurial path, this book will provide the honest, realistic, and practical tools you need to follow your heart and bring your vision to life.
Uses new research and analyses, including surveys, focus groups, and large-scale studies, to provide important insights into what women really want and to furnish suggestions on how to market to them in today's consumer marketplace.
There has never been a better time to say yes! With a computer and an Internet connection you can get your ideas, messages, and business out there like never before and create so much success. In this book, Carrie Greenshows you how.
Author: Carrie Green
Publisher: Hay House UK Limited
Are you ready to turn your ideas into reality and build a wildly successful business? There has never been a better time to say yes! With a computer and an Internet connection you can get your ideas, messages and business out there like never before and create so much success. In this book, Carrie Green shows you how. Carrie started her first online business at the age of 20 - she knows what it's like to be an ambitious and creative woman with big dreams and huge determination...but she also knows the challenges of starting and running a business, including the fears, overwhelm, confusion and blocks that entrepreneurs face. Based on her personal, tried-and-tested experience, she offers valuable guidance and powerful exercises to help you: � Get clear on your business vision � Move past the fears and doubts that can get in the way � Understand your audience, so you can truly connect with them � Create your brand and build a tribe of raving fans, subscribers and customers � Manage your time, maintain focus and keep going in the right direction � Condition yourself for success...and so much more! If you're a creative and ambitious female entrepreneur, or are contemplating the entrepreneurial path, this book will provide the honest, realistic and practical tools you need to follow your heart and bring your vision to life.
Social Worker: When she tells you something, you know she means it. Robby: Yes, sir. That is the truth! Social Worker: So how do you know the difference between when she means business and when she say something but doesn't mean ...
Author: Gerald A. Juhnke
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
School Bullying and Violence: Interventions for School Mental Health Specialists provides readers assessment and intervention strategies for responding to students who have experienced cyberbullying, bullying, and violence. The book also describes how to intervene and respond to student perpetrators of cyberbullying, bullying, and violence.
Facebook's female empowerment programme She Means Business is stepping into Pakistan with a collaboration with Herself, a similar initiative of the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB). Herself was launched by PITB in June 2016, ...
Author: Jill Pavich
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
The only endorsed resources for the Cambridge International AS Level English General Paper syllabus. Through exploration of a wide array of topics, from celebrity culture to poetry in the modern world, this book focuses on strengthening communication, evaluation, analysis, application and understanding skills. Helping students improve their written responses, use of English and comprehension, this coursebook looks at discussion points relevant to the globally-minded classroom. With frequent practice questions and sample answers, students have plenty of opportunities to build their confidence answering questions. Answers to coursebook questions are in the teacher's resource.
Shortly after the New Year 1931, she returned to Manhattan. Within days she had secured a role in Samuel Shipman's She Means Business, a comedy-drama that, according to some reviewers, contained neither drama nor comedy.
Author: James Zeruk, Jr.
Category: Performing Arts
This is the first complete biography of actress Peg Entwistle, known as the "Hollywood Sign Girl" because of her suicide fall from the HOLLYWOODLAND sign in 1932. It details her childhood, stage and film career, marriage and divorce, and her suicide and almost cult-like pop culture status today. Extensively researched and written with the complete cooperation of the Entwistle family, this work includes excerpts from interviews with Peg Entwistle's brother Milton and her cousin Helen Reid, both of whom recalled much of Peg's years living in Hollywood, her career and private life, and her final weeks. It also features many of Peg Entwistle's own words from extant letters to her family and newly discovered interviews with theatrical reporters. Nearly 30 previously unpublished images from the author's collection, the Entwistle family, and a number of other sources complete an intimate look at a life that was defined by far more than its famously unhappy end.
She did not launch divorce proceedings against Holtrey until the following year, and the process then was far from amicable. ... Warner Bros. had acquired the film rights to a Broadway play called She Means Business.
Author: David L. Lightner
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Winnie Lightner (1899-1971) stood out as the first great female comedian of the talkies. Blessed with a superb singing voice and a gift for making wisecracks and rubber faces, she rose to stardom in vaudeville and on Broadway. Then, at the dawn of the sound era, she became the first person in motion picture history to have her spoken words, the lyrics to a song, censored. In Winnie Lightner: Tomboy of the Talkies, David L. Lightner shows how Winnie Lightner's hilarious performance in the 1929 musical comedy Gold Diggers of Broadway made her an overnight sensation. She went on to star in seven other Warner Bros. features. In the best of them, she was the comic epitome of a strident feminist, dominating men and gleefully spurning conventional gender norms and moral values. So tough was she, the studio billed her as "the tomboy of the talkies." When the Great Depression rendered moviegoers hostile toward feminism, Warner Bros. tried to craft a new image of her as glamorous and sexy. Executives assigned her contradictory roles in which she was empowered in the workplace but submissive to her male partner at home. The new persona flopped at the box office, and Lightner's stardom ended. In four final movies, she played supporting roles as the loudmouthed roommate and best friend of actresses Loretta Young, Joan Crawford, and Mona Barrie. Following her retirement in 1934, Lightner faded into obscurity. Many of her films were damaged or even lost entirely. At long last, this biography gives Winnie Lightner the recognition she deserves as a notable figure in film history, in women's history, and in the history of show business.
She's been asking some questions that are a little too personal for comfort. She has unimpressive credentials. ... “We thought she was just poking around Washington, but if she sought you out, she means business.
Author: Sandra Brown
Publisher: Hachette UK
An ace reporter investigates the suspicious death of her best friend's baby in this #1 New York Times bestselling political thriller of murder, passion, and intrigue in the White House. Barrie Travis is not famous; she's just a damn good reporter stuck at a low-budget television station. Then, her old friend -- now America's First Lady -- asks her to investigate the death of her baby. Stunned by grief after the loss of her infant son, the President's wife hints that her child didn't really die of SIDS; in reality, he may have been murdered. Blind to everything but finding the truth, Barrie delves into the private lives of the president and his wife and uncovers dark and terrible secrets that will test her ethics, her patriotism, and her courage. With the help of Gray Bondurant, a mysterious former presidential aide, this story could topple the presidency and change the course of history. In this fast-moving tale from a master of suspense, Barrie must fight powerful forces that want nothing more than to see the scandalous past -- and a certain young reporter -- dead and buried.
Ghost,. she. means. business! The low corner of the graveyard was suddenly bristling with tension and Dark energy. “So, you think you can disobey my orders?” the witch croaked at the ghost hovering a few yards away from her.
Author: Gerrard Wilson
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Exiting Scrooge's counting-house, two gentlemen walked dejectedly away from it. “Mr Fosdyke,” the first gentleman, a plump, grey-haired individual, said, “I am deeply saddened that anyone could be so cold of heart, especially so at this time of the year.” The second gentleman, sporting thinning, red hair and a ruddy-faced complexion, replied, “Indeed, Mr Hartwell. Imagine, wanting to put the poor and destitute into prisons, to punish them, so, just because of their bad luck. Mr Scrooge must surely be the coldest person in England, this Christmas.” “His clerk was suffering mightily, so cold that it was in his office,” Mr Hartwell said to his colleague. “Did you see the moribund fire they had set in the grate?” Nodding, Mr Fosdyke replied, “I did. Mr Scrooge could never be anything other than cold of heart, burning his coal one piece at a time.”
An adventurous story of Blair, a little girl who learns the world of big business. ... a successful designer of kids toys and clothes, Blair learns that she has a knack for business. ... Will she show them that she means business?
Author: Michele Martín
Publisher: Plaid Skirt Press
After Blair and Mr. Bear take a trip to New York City to visit Blair's Aunt Daniella, a successful designer of kids' toys and clothes, Blair learns that she has a knack for business.