Category Archives: Entrepreneur

Women Still Can’t Have It All?

I read an article last year that made the rounds and got a lot of attention – Why Women Still Can’t Have It All. I shared it with family and friends, as well as women in my sorority, to hopefully find … Continue reading

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The Local Startup World is Growing – Digital LA’s ‘Digital Women: VCs and Angels’

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On Wednesday night I was the guest of my friend, Summers, at the first all-women Venture Capital/Angel panel in Los Angeles, hosted by Digital LA. The event was at the former Google offices on Arizona and 8th in Santa Monica, which is now ROC (Real … Continue reading

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Interesting Articles from the Week of January 21, 2013

Reading other people’s blogs makes me see a wider perspective whether it’s about business, or the corporate world, or the work at home mom. And I’m loving it 🙂 Hope you enjoy reading these blogs and check out my comments … Continue reading

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Does the Work Environment Need to Change for Younger Workers?

My own contribution When I was working at Northrop Grumman, I was involved in several initiatives to improve the workforce and make it more attractive to ‘new’ hires. There had been a lull in hiring for ~10 years before I … Continue reading

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Interesting Articles from the Last Week of 2012

Here is a bit of catching up from interesting articles at the end of December. Blogs I followed in 2012 At Women 2.0 I believe that articles like this – Female Founder Successes of 2012 help to inspire more women … Continue reading

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Happy 1st Year Business Anniversary

Like many people, today is my first full day back at work since the week before Christmas. The break was great – I spent a little over five days in Texas with my family, and then we came back to … Continue reading

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Interesting Articles from the Week of Dec. 3, 2012

As I go along my blogging routine I have found it essential to check out more sites to find leads and be inspired with their stories. I sometimes leave comments to start an interaction with other writers. Care to read … Continue reading

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Interesting Articles from the Week of November 12, 2012

As following other blogs became something I was doing to help find material for my blog, eventually blog commenting followed. Here are the articles that I found interesting and shared my thoughts on the week before last (a bit late … Continue reading

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6 Women Entrepreneurs to Inspire Us

As a woman going down the path of entrepreneurship, I like to keep an eye open for fellow women to look up to, and which can help inspire me in doing the things that I love to do. Of course, … Continue reading

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Interesting Articles from the Week of November 4, 2012

In addition to writing posts, I’ve been following several other website and blogs for interesting and relevant articles and news. I’ve decided to start a weekly roundup of articles I’ve found worthy of making comments on, and I hope you … Continue reading

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The Trend of Co-working and Childcare

Brainstorming a new business model Last year while in an Entrepreneurship and Venture Initiation class at UCLA Anderson, myself and a team of three guys spent some time developing a model of combining together a co-working space with flexible, on-site … Continue reading

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Starting Your Own Business – One Step at a Time

I’ve searched the Google adwords tool and the phrase “starting your own business” came out with a very high global monthly search rating. This means that many people, all around the world, are searching for this topic all the time. … Continue reading

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Anderson Quarterly Forecast: Where are the Jobs?

I attended the UCLA Anderson Quarterly Forecast yesterday. The focus was “Where are the Jobs?”, and in addition to hearing from economists that gave briefings on National and California forecasts, we heard from an executive panel that discussed trends and … Continue reading

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A Followup to “Finding What You Want”

I should have known more would have been written about that Forbes article from last November. Earlier this month, there was another Forbes post, this time digging a bit in to what is happening when people are ‘burning out’ by … Continue reading

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Finding What You Want

A post this week from a blog that I’ve been turned on to from a friend reminded me of an article last year that I meant to share. The friend of a friend writes Frenemom, a witty and sarcastic blog … Continue reading

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The Businesses That Make Technology Simple

Forbes ran a short article the other day about some tech companies that women have founded. It’s a nice list of services that I’ve used, and briefly touches on the topic of whether or not women can be founders of … Continue reading

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Millions for Millions – Microfinance

There is a series on microfinance that is being hosted by Berkeley over the next several months, starting this Wednesday, which I’m going to be listening in on. I took a econ class on the subject back in 2000 during … Continue reading

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How Dropbox Started As A Minimal Viable Product

I just read Eric Reis’ book The Lean Startup this last week. I highly recommend it for anyone thinking about how to get going on putting your ideas in motion, and how to improve the changes that your idea/product/service are … Continue reading

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Where Are The Power-Brokers in American Women Entrepreneurs?

Forbes has put out a list of the World’s Most Powerful Women, and it doesn’t include any American born entrepreneurs. Geri Stengel took notice of this, and ties the reason back to the jobs that are available for women to … Continue reading

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Why are Women Funded Less than Men?

Mark Suster is a partner at the VC firm GRP Partners, and has a blog that I follow. His most recent post is a collection of links and thoughts on why there aren’t more female entrepreneurs, and it included a … Continue reading

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