Business Journey

F is for the Fabulous Female Franchisee

F is for the Fabulous Female Franchisee

So you’re a woman with great aspirations? And you want to own a business?

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How to Sell Yourself (in Order to Sell a Service)

You’ve started a business. Congratulations! If you want that business to be around this time next year, then it’s important to understand that your work has just begun. Starting now, you’re going to have to sell yourself. Simply selling a service will never be enough.

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Calculating the Value of a Business Coach

I can think of a lot of reasons to hire a business coach. Two heads are better than one (especially when one of those heads has experience and wisdom where the other may struggle). Read more


9 Important Questions You Need to Answer Before Starting a Partnership

Are you planning on forming a partnership with a friend or colleague, but you're not sure if a partnership is a good strategy for you? If so, you're in the right place - this article details the important questions that you need to answer before starting a partnership.Read more


Get Your Video Marketing in Motion: 14 Strategies to Enhance Your Marketing with Video

Cisco expects 80% of 2019’s global internet consumption to be in the form of video. So that leaves the question: If you’re not using video, how in the world are you going to reach and engage your target market?

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A Fascinating Perspective into Business Ownership and Gender

In the United States alone there are over 11.3 million female-owned businesses[1]. But, how do they compare to those run by men?Read more


How To Grow Your Pinterest Audience When You Create a New Account

So, you’ve heard all the wonderful advice about how you need to be using Pinterest to grow your business’s audience, and you’ve created a Pinterest account…but you’re not sure what to do next. How do you actually start gaining traction and building an audience?

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My Business is Changing...

The time has finally come to let you in on a little secret that I’ve been keeping from you…

After 2 years in business as the Secret Women’s Business Academy, I’ve decided it’s time to revamp, rebrand and rename!Read more


Women-Owned Businesses: 2018 in Review

In business, we review progress on an annual basis. We use the one-year mark as an anniversary, a milestone, a point of achievement…and we analyse that same period of time to assess how we have performed, where our strengths lie, and in what ways we can improve.Read more