Finding the right volunteer opportunity can be tough but is absolutely worth the effort and commitment.
The physical elements of our environments and how we subconsciously process them can strongly influence our states of mind, including our productivity and creativity. If you make tiny adjustments to your home office, you will set yourself up for fluid inspiration generation.
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As an entrepreneur in the early stages of establishing her company, Annisha Stewart, medical esthetician and founder of Bliss Spa on the Go, was confident she had what it took to succeed in business, including a solid education, passion for her profession, and an unwavering desire to provide unparalleled service. Still, she sensed that there was something subconsciously holding her back from reaching her full potential.
With every new venture, there are new challenges. Not all, but some challenges can be avoided with better planning. One of the most common steps overlooked by new businesses is choosing the appropriate business vehicle.
Most reasonable professionals are aware that there are certain behaviours that are inappropriate in an office setting. Alas, there donâ°ÃÂªt seem to be a set of etiquette rules for independent workers where the average office space costs a cup of Joe an hour. Fortunately, Avanti Woman volunteer Trisha Richards has created a top ten list of coffee shop etiquette rules for the mindful, modern-day entrepreneur.
Canadians aged 65 and older outnumbered children under 14 for the first time in census history, Statistics Canada revealed recently. And the majority of seniors are women. Among those aged 85 to 99, there were just 54 men for every 100 women in 2016, data show. Those numbers have big implications for how women should handle their personal finances.
Personal finances are something of a final frontier when it comes to openness. Perhaps that can change with a new generation of forward-thinking women.
Linda Spencer is our WonderWoman for the Month of Finance. She is a CPA, CA, Canadian Tax Specialist and Money Mindfulness Coach. Click on the blog post to learn about this fabulous woman!