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#45 Escaping the Email Vortex of Death via Auto Responder

February 22, 2011 by

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There's a trend in our country: We're busy, but we're not accomplishing anything. My worst enemy in this battle over time is the "Email Vortex of Death." Here is my email auto responder as of today.

#44 Pimp Your Pitch – 10 Words to Turn Bo-ring into Cha-ching with Sam Horn- Building a Million Dollar Business Part Time

February 15, 2011 by

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DO PEOPLE DROOL WHEN YOU TELL THEM ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS?(But, not in a good way. More like a catatonic way. In this post, you will learn along with HotMommasProject.org as we undergo messaging bootcamp. Gone will be the unsavory reactions!

#43 You’re Cheap, I’m Lonely, Let’s Hang Out – Building a Million Dollar Business Part Time

January 5, 2011 by

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Being a solopreneur can be lonely. There are 7.8 million female entrepreneurs (i.e. women-owned businesses in the US). 6.9 million of these have no employees. So ladies, it's just us. Everyday.

#42 Stress Solutions, Drag Queens, and Putting Fun Back in Business – Building a Million Dollar Business Part Time

November 28, 2010 by

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Today I watched performers from RuPaul's "Drag Race" show on a reality show "The Arrangement" which is about floral designers. It's basically Project Runway meets flowers. You know what struck me, in addition to how gorgeous these drag queens were: They were having FUN

#41 “If My Head Explodes, You Guys Need to Hold Down the Fort” – Building a Million Dollar Business Part Time

November 11, 2010 by

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I think I've finally discovered the ultimate delegation plan for women: Your head explodes. With the two braincells I have left, I started delegating stuff to my team since the headache seems to be moving in and staying like John Belushi as the over-stayed houseguest in the old SNLs.

#40b – How My Failure Almost Went Viral – Building a Million Dollar Business Part Time

November 4, 2010 by

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So, here's where the last post ended: I'm in the copy room at Funger 315, I realize my Powerpoint presentation displays as Gobbledygook, I have no workbooks ("printer warming up"), there's a lobby full of attendees downstairs, and I have two minutes until I'm supposed to begin speaking.

#40a – Surviving a Business Crisis – Building a Million Dollar Business Part Time

November 3, 2010 by

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You voted in the last post, and you're getting what you want: THE HEAT. Below - finally- is the scoop on the behind-the-scenes crisis at #sisUdc.