Tag Archives: December 2015 Issue
Maggie McCann Pike (Business Heroine Magazine)

Strands of Silver: Tales of Car Rentals

Strands of Silver: The subtle highlights of experience worn gracefully by the Heroines who’ve earned them. These are the stories told through time, passed down with love, and marked with strength. They honor the women who are reinventing, celebrating, and owning every chapter of their Heroine journey – who wear their strands with honor and let more »

Margaret Sanger

Heroines of History: Margaret Sanger – A Champion of Women’s Independence

Heroines of History: These are American women, and their actions were not motivated by fortune or fame.  There was no glory, and in many cases very little recognition for their activities.  They simply did what needed to be done, and they did so in an extraordinary way. They roared without making a sound, and it is time that more »

Victoria Player (Business Heroine Magazine)

How to Enroll New Clients Whenever You Need Them

It’s SO exhausting! Struggling and burnt out because you’re on that unrelenting mission to find yet another client. You’ll do pretty much anything to keep the cash-flow coming in, but it can feel like you’re running uphill in stilettos on a never ending treadmill. (Aghhh, it’s sooo NOT client attractive!) Searching for clients can sometimes more »

Kara McKay (Business Heroine Magazine)

Sacred Sassy Heroine: Holiday Ravings of A Lunatic

Sacred Sassy Heroine: This is the everyday goddess within each woman. It is she who harnesses the unfeigned feminine energy that makes you divine. She embraces all-she-is and struts it like she means it. The 25th of December was the full moon. This cosmic event serves as a reminder to crack out of your proper exoskeleton and reconnect more »

Stella Orange (Business Heroine Magazine)

How to Stop Sounding Like an Advertisement

When you want to sell your products and services online, sounding like an advertisement is the biggest turn-off. Especially to quality clients. Because quality clients want something different. Even if they have never met you, they want to feel like they know you. And one of the ways that you as an entrepreneur can create more »

Catherine Cassidy (Business Heroine Magazine)

Mixing Up Your Power Outfit

What is your go-to power outfit? Have you ever noticed how it’s the same thing? In case you haven’t noticed, look through pictures of yourself at previous events+engagements via Facebook, your iPhone, Instagram and perhaps you will see a trend. For instance, some of my power outfits totally depend on the event and my mood, but there more »

Billie Gardner (Business Heroine Magazine)

10 Quotes to Dissolve Self Doubt & Uncertainty

There’s nothing like a good quote to inspire me when I’m feeling uncertain or creatively blocked. I’m working on a massive eCourse right now, and sometimes the creative process is tough! When we’re in the middle of an amazing project like that, fear and perfectionism can sneak up on us and convince us that we more »

McKella Sawyer (Business Heroine Magazine)

When You Have Too Many Ideas

“What if I have too many ideas?” First of all, if this is you, congratulations! You get inspired easily and you’re probably excited to start creating. You’re wide open to new things and the amazing potential for creativity around you. But sometimes having too many ideas is just as problematic and paralyzing as having no more »

Sarah Renee (Business Heroine Magazine)

How to Use Your Intuition to Get Ahead in Business

We all know the general rule to always follow our gut feelings, right? Usually, those gut feelings become undeniable when they’re warning us to stay away from someone or something that may cause us danger, or when they’re pushing us in the right direction towards some life-changing opportunity. But what does that look like on more »