Start your day off with one, be ready to modify it and end your day with one for tomorrow. Have a plan. One of my colleagues put up a social media post this week that said, "If plan A doesn't work out, you have 25 other letters to go". It was a post about perseverance. … Continue reading A Helpful Handy Hint from your ol’ Aunt Jane…
Anyone who tells you that working on your own, being a solo-preneur, or anything where you are the chief-in-charge is a SOLO show is out of their minds! There - I said it. If you think for one minute that you have no one to answer to - well get that out of your head … Continue reading The Power of Connecting
So you set up a plan for an idea you have. Have you thought out all the steps? Do you have to? Should you? In all actuality, having a plan is ideal. It allows for steps to be created and planned for in an orderly or timeline management style. You can set benchmarks and look … Continue reading Want an awesome outcome? Do this!
Two and a half weeks ago, I was given an opportunity to be on the Women Speakers Association WSA-TV's series "Women of Influence & Impact Inspiring Global Transformation". In this episode of this series, the focus was on "Clarity & Expansion" and featured Jennifer S. Wilkov and me - both members of the Women … Continue reading Jane Parmel featured on #WSATV Women Leaders’ Interview
“We have been home like never before.” Not true. We, this generation – most probably will answer "yes". Watch one episode of any TV Western-themed TV series of the 1960's or 1970's, and you can see that we are not the first set of humans on the planet to go through a time where travel … Continue reading Know. Like. Trust.
Over the last two days, I posted these three words on my Facebook Page. Separately in individual posts. Responsibility. Communication. Education. Each word taken separately means a lot. Brought together, these three words are the cornerstone for building a great leader. Leaders can take on a lot of different responsibilities. The responsibilities associated with products, … Continue reading Responsibility. Communication. Education.
Fourteen inches of paperwork for Superstorm Sandy SBA application Change. For some, the word is challenging and exciting. For most, it may instill fear, worry, and loathing. The condition of “repetition compulsion” causes many to stay the course, “status quo” – even though it may not be the best possible option, personally or in business. … Continue reading “Pivot Plan”
Been there... Done that... Got the T-shirt... I even sent postcards and took pictures! It always amazes me how things happen over an over. Sometimes the same storms visit the same area, but for the most part, different regions get hit with different things. My grandfather always told me that he thought we lived in … Continue reading Having A Plan
Coming out of the downturn that has hit us on a broad-spectrum level, you have to have a plan. A plan without a goal is just a dream. While we sit home for the next few weeks, business owners should use this time to learn, plan and pivot for the future - of your business … Continue reading Your Post-Pandemic Pivot Plan