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How to make more money, be more successful, and have more fun in 2012

January 11, 2012 by


I’m in a group called “Circle.” Here, each month, eight of us confide about business and personal matters to trusted advisors. It pretty much rocks. Kassie Rempel is one of the members. Today, I received what I deemed a “Circle 911” from another member of the group.

Can Just One Person Make a Difference for Women and Girls? Rachel Eberhardt Says Yes, and Leads the Way as Sis U Winner

September 23, 2011 by


Do you think just one person can make a difference for women and girls?

Free #sisUdc tickets! xoxo, The Hot Mommas Project

September 15, 2011 by


For one week, starting today, we’re running a contest for the fantastic women in your life. Sis U is our proven half-day seminar that combines groundbreaking research with the best practices in women’s leadership education.

Is Gen Y Neo to the Gen X Matrix?

August 12, 2011 by


The story begins.."You teach Gen Y, but you don't hate Gen Y. Why do so many other people seem to hate Gen Y?" Jenn Sacks asked me one day. "Don't worry," I said, "I am Gen X and - when I was young - people hated us too."

Do Women Have to Do All The Work? Inequities in Wage Gap, Doing the Dishes.

June 15, 2011 by


Bottom line: Women right out of college are making 17 percent less than men right out of college....Is the onus on the women to do all the work to bridge the wage gap? some of the same principles behind the wage gap are also behind why there may be an a perceived imbalance in housework.

#8 Power Plays for Women: Be a Front Porch Lady-A Celebration of #IWD International Women’s Day

March 8, 2011 by


A dignified, beautiful, African American woman stood at the podium during the Wake Forest Women's Weekend. All eyes were on Esther Silver-Parker, one of the most senior former executives at Wal-Mart and now president of the Silver-Parker Group. Would she talk about women's advancement to the C-suite? Would she share her secrets to success? That, she did. And one of them was not at all what we expected.

#7 Power Plays for Women: Value Yourself

January 26, 2011 by


In this post I am going to show you how a stay at home mom contributes a near six-figure of value to a household. Do you know YOUR value?