Are you thinking you want to be an entrepreneur? If you’re yearning for a jaunt at entrepreneurship, Angie Nelson, The Work at Home Wife, shares 40 Businesses You Can Start from Home. Here are my top 5 picks:
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The Nespresso BabyNes makes formula for your baby a digital endeavor!
If you’re a coffee fanatic like me, it’s likely you’re familiar with Nespresso –a home espresso maker that uses pods to make espresso on the fly. Nestlé, the company that pioneered Nespresso, has now evolved its product into a new and innovative twist on an old concept: The BabyNes.
The future is approaching…and fast. Writing a letter to the universe won’t change time, but it may help you focus!
A stereotypical blog post on the future is bound to include: “although flying cars are still just a promise” or “soon, the majority of surfaces around us will be embedded with LCD technology,”
What matters for small business (SMB’s)? Where should you focus? Tim Ferris, the author of The 4-Hour Workweek, recently did an article on his blog, titled: “Why Grow? and Other Wisdom from 37Signals”. Ferris writes about the excessive materiality of the workplace, stating that “too many people obsess over tools…fancy office space, lavish furniture, and other frivolities.” Not only is the acquisition of all of these things time consuming, which bars you from maximizing your individual productivity; they are costly in two different ways:
Women ARE tech savvy! We didn’t need Bloomberg to tell us that!
I’m a corporate entrepreneur and techie with a deep rooted passion for interconnection. SheBytes, while still in its evolution, is my personal blog and “HER” Resource on Technology: for Business, for Life, and for the Soul. SheBytes was inspired by both the dearth of female entrepreneurs (specifically in tech) and by the lack of tech savvy education opportunities for women in business. It’s no surprise then that I was really inspired (and affirmed) by a recent article on Bloomberg titled:
Daring to be different is no easy task; especially for women!
This morning I read through a special McKinsey & Company report, by Joanna Barsh and Lareina Yee titled: “Unlocking the full potential of women in the U.S. economy” . Although the report, 5 full pages, was a little lengthy for my taste, it presented numerous fascinating observations made after much thorough research and contemplation. In short, the report posits that a surefire way to increase GDP, employment, productivity and overall U.S. economic activity is to focus corporate efforts on making certain that women achieve the same roles as men in the workplace.
Social Media is changing the landscape of, well… everything. Even baking. Check out these Social Media cookies!
My friend and fellow technologist Dawn Doherty re-tweeted this really awesome article by Katie Lance: An Impressive Example: Getting Social Media Right. I thought Katie’s story was so phenomenal, I had to repost.
What is the most dangerous question on earth? The answer is in this inspiring segment by Bryan Franklin, one of the world’s most successful executive coaches. Every entrepreneur or aspiring entrepreneur must watch!
CuteGeek, a technology blog written from the female perspective, recently did a profile on me: Brilliant Women in Technology: Meet Renee Schmidt so I thought it would be proper to return the favor. CuteGeek is a unique and user friendly technology blog with a guiding philosophy that can be summed up in a statement made by co-founder Radiris Diaz; “we represent everything men are and more…” Not only does this mean that CuteGeek is operated by women who call themselves geeks (although I call them heroines), but also that its content is directed at the technologically inclined modern woman.
May 4th, 2011 – Cute Geek
Feature story on Renee Schmidt at http:/cutegeek.com
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