Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Business Resources for Women Entrepreneurs

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Get started on your business makeover, learn how to do what it takes to succeed in your business, and become a leader who serves as a trailblazer for global leadership.

We both know it's not always easy to be successful in business, so here are 3 ways to help you in your quest for success. Some are new and others have been around for a minute – All of them are helping women succeed in business today:

1.What about Funding?
Over at Chic-CEO.com Git to the nitty-gritty and get money to start your fabulous business with Angel investors, Venture Capital, Bootstrapping, Credit, Friends & Family, Home Equity, Bank Loans, Grants – Chic-CEO.com says, "Before you start asking for money, be sure your business plan is finished and polished. Do not ask anyone for money until you have a solid business plan in your possession. You will be wasting your time and the time of any potential investor."

Regardless of whether you are a seasoned leader or just beginning your career, this book is for anyone who desires to achieve success and significance.

Meet Dr. K. Shelette Stewart

A Christian Literary Award went to this great book on the topic of Business Plans – Connecting Your Business Plan with God's Purpose and Plan for Your Life – Revelations in Business, by Dr. K. Shelette Stewart.  I highly recommend that you buy a copy of Revelations in Business.  Inside, Dr. Stewart combines her core Christian beliefs with her extensive academic and professional experience with Fortune 500 companies, including The Coca-Cola Company, Hostess Brands, and BellSouth Corporation, to guide readers through an innovative 8-step Divine Business Planning approach that will position you to maximize your personal fulfillment and professional success in any industry.
Revelations in Business is a powerful tool for progressive leaders who desire to bring insightful, empowering content to their teams to increase employee engagement, productivity, and overall profitability. 
– Dan T. Cathy, President and Chief Operating Officer, Chick-fil-A, Inc.

3. A Leadership program in gear to accelerate the business and personal development of African-American women.

The National African American Women's Leadership Institute is a leadership development program designed to transform and enrich the learning experience and position African American women to be strategic leaders in their organizations and communities.  Since the inception of NAAWLI, more than 185 African American women have matriculated through the leadership development program.  The 13-Day program launches every year in March and concludes in September.  Visit NAAWLI.com for more information.

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