As a business owner, you will likely wear many hats during your day. CEO, creative manager, marketing manager, customer service representative, and so many others. At home you still have obligations, being the chef, taxi, teacher, or any other roles you fulfill . Instead of doing it all alone, we’re here to help you prioritize tasks, learn how to ask for help, and find the right people to get the job done!
The holiday season is in full swing and with that comes the craziest, busiest, most expensive time of the year. It is so easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle, but immediately after the holidays is the start of a new year. If 2019 is going to be your year (it is, we can feel it!) then you need to have your shit together so you can crush all the goals and do all the things boss babe style. Making sure you have a plan for your business during and after the holidays will ensure that you’ll have time to enjoy the season, and not run around frantically like one of Santa’s elves on Christmas Eve. This week we are sharing some tips and tricks to help you prepare your biz for the holidays.
2018 is coming to an end, and it has been a wild ride! This year was filled with ups and downs, curveballs and home runs, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. With the closing out of this year fast approaching, it’s important to set ourselves up to be successful in the year to come. This week’s blog post will give you a few tips on how to reflect on and be grateful for everything that you’ve experienced this year, while also hyping up to CRUSH your goals in 2019.
How many times have you left a networking event with a bunch of business cards at the bottom of your purse but no real connection? You barely remember who you talked to do, and you definitely didn’t leave feeling like you just made 10 new friends. Traditional networking always seemed very impersonal and temporary to us. Which is why we created the Hustle + Charm Community! We want you to leave our events feeling like you made genuine connections with people who can be beneficial to your business, and your life. This week we are discussing why non-traditional networking is the bomb.com!
Building new friendships can also be hard as a solo entrepreneur, especially if you work from home. You don’t have the type of job where you go to the office every day and mix and mingle with co-workers near your desk or in the break room. You have to make the extra effort of leaving your home office and seeking people to interact with.
Being a boss is hard, but having a family of 30+ women in your corner who are willing to provide you with the love and support you need at the drop of a hat? THAT’S what makes this whole owning-your-own-business thing that much easier and oh so worth it.
Become part of a community of Winnipeg women who are as passionate about the businesses they’re building as they are about building genuine relationships with one another. We have the tools and motivation you need to keep pushing towards your business goals and to support your personal development.
We’re entrepreneurs. We’re learners. We’re friends.