Being a Solar CEO: What It’s Taught Me About Workplace Energy

Ms. Career Girl

As a solar company CEO, I’ve learned many unexpected lessons about a form of energy seemingly different yet related to solar energyenergy in the workplace. Workplace energy is as powerful as any energy, perhaps more so. I know how to manage people’s electricity usage within the walls of their homes, helping them reduce power bills and establish energy independence. These further fuels a cycle of bad energy and underperforming leadership.

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Three Entrepreneurs Who Balance Family AND Success

Ms. Career Girl

We found three entrepreneurs who are doing it, and might just be the inspiration you need. And while Ryan is dedicated, driven, and high energy, he loves to set time aside for Sunday family dinners and holidays with family. The post Three Entrepreneurs Who Balance Family AND Success appeared first on Ms. Ever wonder what it takes to achieve that seemingly precarious balance of family and success? Sure, we all value and want both.

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5 Things Successful Entrepreneurs Don’t Waste Time On

Ms. Career Girl

The post 5 Things Successful Entrepreneurs Don’t Waste Time On appeared first on Ms. It happens too often in life to overlook the obvious and lose precious time and energy with unimportant and meaningless things. Who do you look at and want to model to become a successful entrepreneur? Yes, of course, to successful entrepreneurs. One of the most valuable lessons (as a successful entrepreneur) is to know when to give up.

Recruit CRM's Recruitment Entrepreneurs Series Ft. Louise Archer

Recruit CRM

Folks at Recruit CRM have been recently engaging with a lot of recruitment entrepreneurs and the one thing that we find common in everyone is the insane amount of resilience. Recruitment Entrepreneurs- Episode 7- Ft.

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31 Success Tips for Serious Entrepreneurs

Ms. Career Girl

The post 31 Success Tips for Serious Entrepreneurs appeared first on Ms. They are doing many things ranging from various exercises, training, regimes, supplementation nutrition, massage, psychological coaching, etc…it’s the same for a serious entrepreneur. 31 Success Tips for Serious Entrepreneurs. It’s about investing your energy and time into only those tasks that make a difference to you. The post 31 Success Tips for Serious Entrepreneurs appeared first on Ms.

From Accountant to Fair Trade Entrepreneur

Career Shifters

Energy, enthusiasm and time are the most important attributes in starting a business like ours. "I didn't like the way 'normal' businesses were run, nor people's values and attitudes within them, which just made me miserable." Determined to find a more ethical way to work, Axel Steenberg and his wife launched their own Fair Trade business. Here's Axel's story, the mistakes he made, and the lessons he learned along the way. What work were you doing previously?

A Quick Guide to Achieving an Optimal Work-Life Balance as an Entrepreneur

Jobacle

Inside every entrepreneur exists a raging internal battle between trying to usher their business towards success while also still having some semblance of an existence outside of work. The most common mistake made by entrepreneurs is not treating their business like “ a real job.”. Maximizing productivity and consistency will help you preserve energy and you’ll be able to create a more predictable social life around your designated work hours.

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Gates, Buffett, Kevin Rose and Pete Cashmore: Entrepreneurs Speak

Resume Bear

Business ventures build on top of one another like Lego towers — they don’t spring Athena-like from the foreheads of entrepreneurs, no matter what some may claim. Learn about how her creative mind discovered a niche and filled it, asking her peers in the Compass Fellowship — an organization devoted to nurturing and networking young entrepreneurs — for their input. Patrick Chukwura at Young Entrepreneurs , Sept.

$25000 “Become Your Own Boss” Entrepreneur Challenge

Career Makeover Coach

If you are an early stage entrepreneur with one year or less in business or someone looking to start a business in 2010 this opportunity is for you. You supply the energy, the idea, and elbow grease—and SmallBizLady supplies the plan. To enter, entrepreneurs need to write an essay explaining in 500 words or less why they want to be an entrepreneur and what their basic business concept is.

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How To Deal With Energy Vampires: 8 Simple Tips

Personal Excellence Blog

Start Blog Reader Favorites Free Ebooks Products Coaching Store About | Contact | Forums How To Deal With Energy Vampires: 8 Simple Tips by Celes | Email to friend Originally written on Jun 23, 2009. How To Deal With Energy Vampires 8 Helpful Ways To Deal With Critical People How To Deal With Dishonest People How To Deal With Rude People (Co-Workers, Associates, Managers, etc – 3-part series) 10 Tips To Make New Friends Image © Have you ever faced negative people before?

How to Say No: A Guide for Busy Professionals, Coaches, Entrepreneurs

Personal Excellence Blog

This is my guide to say no for busy people such as busy professionals, entrepreneurs, and coaches. Every time I said yes, I would have to set aside time and mental energy which would be taken away from my existing needs. The post How to Say No: A Guide for Busy Professionals, Coaches, Entrepreneurs is first published on Personal Excellence. The principles apply to anyone who wants to say no. Do you hate to say no?

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Tips for the Executive Interview: Intensity Versus Energy.

Boomers Next Step

Contact Podcast Release Submit Article Resources Site Map Home Careers Cover Letters Interviewing Resume Help Age Bias Lifestyle Networking Entrepreneurs Franchising Retirement Start Ups Videos Related Posts Similar Posts No Related Post Finding Work Today Boomer Fitness Walk, Then Run Beginning Triathlete – Important Triathlon Training Tips Why Do You Need a Heart Rate Monitor? Don’t make the mistake of confusing intensity with energy.

How I decide where to focus my energy

Penelope Trunk

The book shows that entrepreneurship is really about taking control of your life, and you don’t need a big startup to be an entrepreneur — you need personal responsibility and intellectual exploration. Melissa’s in China, which means I have to wake up at four in the morning to talk, which means we have no phone calls, and her emails are unsatisfyingly delayed. I miss her. She is with Steven , who I think is buying her a ring.

The Absolute Worst Times to Leave Your Job to Start a Business

Career Makeover Coach

Blog About Tai on Twitter Free Consultation Coaching Options Coaching FAQs Testimonials Contact Resources Reading List CMC Products Events Subscribe to RSS The Absolute Worst Times to Leave Your Job to Start a Business by Tai Goodwin on September 8, 2010 This has nothing to do with the economy and everything to do with the way you set the stage for your new career as an entrepreneur. You will lack the energy and clear vision you need to make wise decisions.

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Side Hustle Gold: 4 Inspiring Women's Stories

Ms. Career Girl

There's two things to keep in the front of your mind as you put your energy and time into a side hustle. What started as three early entrepreneurs selling 60 bottles a week at local Los Angeles Farmer’s Markets soon grew to a nationally recognized brand selling 36,000 bottles a month. SideHustle Home Homepage Features Money News360 Self aspirations Goals side hustle success stories women entrepreneurs women in business women's success

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How to Start a Business While Remaining a Salaried Employee

Ms. Career Girl

Most books and articles about starting businesses assume that you can seamlessly jump from employee to entrepreneur. Now, instead of coming home and relaxing, you will need to put on your “entrepreneur cap” and work on getting your company off the ground. You might begin looking at it as something that consumes all of your time and energy without yet providing a payback. Funding Universe matches qualified entrepreneurs to banks, investors and other funding sources.

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Social Entrepreneurship Is On The Rise

Telecommuting Journal

MacKillop A social entrepreneur is a business owner who uses their business acumen to further some social cause. Social entrepreneurism is often thought to be limited to nonprofit organizations, but in fact a push toward “more-than-profit&# ventures is on the rise. That is, entrepreneurs are starting for-profit businesses that benefit both the owners’ personal wealth and social change. MacKillop, a serial entrepreneur with a J.D.

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How to Stop Doing “Stuff” and Start Getting Results

Career Makeover Coach

I had two different conversations last week with entrepreneurs who rattled off a list of “stuff&# they were doing to promote their business. It’s not just fluff that marketing coaches try to sell you programs on – it’s being strategic about how you invest your time, money and energy. For more information on how I can help you with your transition from employee to entrepreneur, visit the Coaching Options page.

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How to Fight Boredom and Become More Motivated at Work

Career Makeover Coach

Blog About Tai on Twitter Free Consultation Coaching Options Coaching FAQs Testimonials Contact Resources Reading List CMC Products Events Subscribe to RSS How to Fight Boredom and Become More Motivated at Work by Tai Goodwin on March 14, 2011 Once you’ve decided to make the transition from employee to entrepreneur, it can be extra challenging to stay engaged in your day job.

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Three Entrepreneurial Tips to Make Your Company More Nimble

Workology

But, instead of abandoning your employer, consider how you could take a page out of an entrepreneurial playbook and inject new energy into your organization. Mark Cuban, businessman, investor and Shark Tank celebrity, outlined 12 tips for entrepreneurs, ( [link] ). Business HR Leadership Work business innovation internal entrepreneur Lisa Bonner remove layers sales focus start-up attitude talent attraction How long have you been working in corporate HR? Years? Decades?

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Pay it Forward: Leave Me a Small Business Tip

Ms. Career Girl

Yeah, hi… In the spirit of attempting to keep you updated on my life as an entrepreneur, here’s a post! I’ve often said ya’ll are my cheerleaders, I want to look back at this post and feel some “RAH RAH I CAN DO THIS” energy! Nicole's "Life as an Entrepreneur "JournalHello readers! Remember me? The person who started this blog but never seems to find time to write on it?

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How To Have a Great Career

Career Tips Blog

You have the power to create it and live it as an expression of your unique talents and energy. Be a builder-upper who is generous with knowledge, info, and positive energy. #5 Career Tips Blog Short and Sweet to Help You Compete! Subscribe via Email Home Bio Contact My latest tweet - Click to follow sons first drum lesson was cool! How To Have a Great Career #1 Take Ownership Your career is yours and yours alone.

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10 Ways to Develop Your Entrepreneurial Skills

Position Ignition

Are entrepreneurs born or nurtured? There are many people that you come across who seem to be born for this life of innovation, risk, success, failure and high-energy and high-octane living. Sometimes you meet people who probably never thought they were entrepreneurial until later on in life. Whichever of these categories you feel you’re in, these tips can help you develop the skills you need to succeed at the entrepreneurial life

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Three Business Ideas For the Dog Lover

Telecommuting Journal

This gives the entrepreneur with a love for dogs a way to satisfy both passions at the same time. Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Three Business Ideas For the Dog Lover August 29, 2009 · 2 comments by Aldar Nagy Let’s face it; we are a nation of dog lovers. In fact, many people admit to caring more for their dog than their fellow man. And, these people do not think twice when it comes to spending money on them.

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Three Business Ideas For the Dog Lover

Telecommuting Journal

This gives the entrepreneur with a love for dogs a way to satisfy both passions at the same time. Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Three Business Ideas For the Dog Lover August 29, 2009 · 2 comments by Aldar Nagy Let’s face it; we are a nation of dog lovers. In fact, many people admit to caring more for their dog than their fellow man. And, these people do not think twice when it comes to spending money on them.

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The Money Mindset Shifts That Changed My Life

Ms. Career Girl

I had a vision for creating gender equity in the venture capital world and I sacrificed all my time and energy for this dream. I was successful—SheWorx, my first company, grew into a community of over 20,000 female entrepreneurs in seven cities.

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Six Ways to Bring Calm into Your Home When the World Is Full of Chaos

Ms. Career Girl

For example, if you want to fill your home with the energy of love, you might add candles, essential oils, salt lamps, or prayer beads. Your home is comprised of “stuff,” and all of that “stuff” contains the energy of your thoughts.

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Quitting the Blame Game: 5 Ways to Tame Your Need to Blame

Ms. Career Girl

When you are dealing with Blamer energy, you’ll need it everywhere you go. And as Blaming energy dissolves, your blossoming relationships drive home the message of your inherent worth. # # #. How do you behave when something goes wrong?

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Learn from Olympians - Keeping the Business Alive

Career Key

And he eats omelets and pizza, not nasty energy bars that melt in your car and taste vaguely like chemicals. But to link this to career choice and self-employment (you knew that link was coming), this Wall Street Journal article on Phelps' business prospects reminds us of the "flash in the pan" danger that confronts many would-be entrepreneurs like this champion. Entrepreneur Self-employment Business Tips

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Self-employment and starting a business in tough times

Career Key

The more you fight it, the less energy and enthusiasm you’ll apply to marketing yourself and your business. Entrepreneur Self-employment Career TipsNow may not feel like the time for taking financial risks, especially starting a business. But maybe you don’t have a choice. Leaving a job or being unable to find a job because of a poor economy sometimes pushes people into self-employment, whether or not it is something they dreamed of doing someday.

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Stressed to the Max? Check These Tips for Reducing Stress

Ms. Career Girl

Dayna Steele – entrepreneur, motivational speaker, podcaster, former political candidate, and co-author of 101 Ways to Rock Running for Office. This is the part of your amazing vessel, the physical form, that conserves energy.

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Is Starting Your Own Business Right for You? 3 Things You’ll Need

Jobacle

Yes, you will be in charge of your own schedule, which means that you can, in theory, fit your work around family and other commitments, but being a startup entrepreneur is also incredibly hard work. Energy bills are one of the biggest costs that all businesses face, but you can make big savings in this area by using a comparison site like Utility Bidder to find great rates from suppliers like Npower.

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Age is Just a Number: Don’t Let it Hold You Back!

Ms. Career Girl

Society’s commonly held ageist assumptions that we no longer have the cognitive ability or capacity to learn, the ambition, energy and motivation to do our jobs; that we need to look young to succeed, sabotage our careers, our well-being, and our financial security.

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7 Reasons You Want to Lead “Like a Girl”

Ms. Career Girl

The following is adapted from F*ck the Glass Ceiling: Start at the Top (and Stay There) as a Feminine Entrepreneur. As a woman, you can sense information (and energy) from multiple sources simultaneously, including from outside the room in which you’re sitting.

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Can You Have a Work-Life Balance? These Women Say Yes: All You Need is a Social Media Account

Ms. Career Girl

Entrepreneurs and mothers Marjorie Lynn and Kathy Meadows get the challenges of balancing family with a successful career. So when they launched their company, #DitchTheCanTM (DTC), they decided to create a business model that would give female entrepreneurs access to an endless warm market (and, therefore, an unlimited money-making opportunity), but also afford them the flexibility they weren’t seeing with corporate jobs. People try our energy drink, KAOS Gold, and love the taste.

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What I Hate About SharkTank.and How to Deal With It.

The HR Capitalist

The other half of the time the entrepreneur fails to deal with the expiring offer/bullying tactic in an effective way. That's why it's about time for the pitching entrepreneurs to wise up and have a strategy to deal with the bully.

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6 Things To Do To Kickstart Your Entrepreneurial Dreams

Ms. Career Girl

The innate love to do what they feel is worth doing and to find solutions to unsolved problems in the society has driven creative minds of today to become entrepreneurs. Books regarding entrepreneurship are galore and you can choose from a rich collection of works written by successful entrepreneurs. Check out these 10 books to read to spark the entrepreneur in you. TED Talks is a real deep insight into everything that goes into making an entrepreneur.

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Look in the Mirror

Career Tips Blog

He is talking to web entrepreneurs but I think what he is saying is also applicable people who are working to develop their careers. Share/Bookmark Tagged with: content management • motivation • personal brand • transparency • video Filed under: Entrepreneur Like this post? Career Tips Blog Short and Sweet to Help You Compete! Subscribe via Email Home Bio Contact My latest tweet - Click to follow sons first drum lesson was cool!

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How To Be A Leader Who Influences, Inspires, and Motivates

Ms. Career Girl

Mimicry is always the reduction of your own energy, personality and choices. Connect to the energy of everyone in the room. Next, inhale the energy from behind yourself, move it up and out to the back of the room, then pull it back through every person in the room. Get excited about influencing people positively and your energy will carry both you and your message forward. Corporate Leadership Trainer Beate Nimsky, 66, has no problem presenting in front of 500+ people.

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The Future Is Here and it Is in Florida

Jobacle

SpaceX: Founded by Tesla entrepreneur Elon Musk, and with the lofty goals of reducing space transportation costs and enabling the colonization of Mars, SpaceX is amidst a 20-year agreement to own the Kennedy Space Center’s historic 39A launch pad. GE Renewable Energy: Florida and wind energy are a match. This free energy source is being harnessed thanks to digital wind turbine farms. Wind energy ecosystems are generating energy and jobs.

Who Runs the World? Three Inspirational Women in Business

Ms. Career Girl

French entrepreneur Isabelle Kocher is another incredible woman. As the only female to head a CAC 40 company, she currently acts as the CEO of the world’s biggest non-state-owned energy initiative, ENGIE.

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Interview: Groupon – Giving You the Best Deals, Every Day

Personal Excellence Blog

When Karl and I started Beeconomic, we focused on it with our full energy. I think at some point in any entrepreneur’s journey you’ll come to question whether you’re doing a good job or whether you could improve in any way. Business Media & Interviews Money & Wealth Motivation & Inspiration beeconomic christopher chong groupon interview karl chong successful businesses successful entrepreneurs

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5 Public Speaking Myths You Need To Break

Ms. Career Girl

When we are interacting with someone one-on-one, we tune into the other person’s energy – their mood, their body language, their tone, and their actual words. Once we are in front of a group, tuning into each individual’s energy has the potential to be overwhelming, draining, confusing and distracting. Attempting to tune into each individual’s energy will not serve you. Instead, enter the stage or the room with a desire to share positive energy.

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