The No. 1 Reason Women Aren’t Being Paid What They Deserve

If you are a woman in business for yourself, you likely have found that predicting any kind of  consistent monthly income over an extended period of time is nearly impossible, hampering as well our ability to love the life we are living as much as loving the services we provide to others. If you want…

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Birth of A Crusader

Karen Gay Silkwood (February 19, 1946 – November 13, 1974) was an American chemical technician and labor union activist known for raising concerns about corporate practices related to health and safety of workers in a nuclear facility. Silkwood was a nuclear whistleblower and a labor union activist who died in a suspicious car accident while…

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The 4 Steps to Take That Big Idea to Form

What if I told you that you only need to take four steps … from the time you ‘get’ an idea … to the point it is real and you can hold it in your hand? Would you believe me? Perhaps you would ask “If there are only 4 steps, then why doesn’t everyone hold…

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MSI Secrets: My Accidental Voice

I love finding new income streams. I know for me, relying on one stream of income simply does not work (and never has). After thirty years of marriage and a two income family, when I suddenly found myself on my own and all appreciable savings gone, right around the turn of the century, I was…

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3 Steps for Women Entrepreneurs to Close the Wage Gap in Record Time

Lots of talk. Lots of confusion. Little clear or focused action for women to manage the gender wage gap for themselves. Pay inequity occurs with corporate execs, middle management, directors, team leads, and admins alike. Then there are those in corporate, looking to get out by building a second business as a back-up plan; and/or…

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