Stress: The Life of an Entrepreneur

Stress: The Entrepreneur Life

When life hits a hard spot, it is really easy to operate in a funk that is the farthest from who you want to be. Stress has a weird way of bringing out the ugly. The worst part is… stress can come from every direction of life: work, home, health, and relationships. If you’ve got stress coming from those areas, then go grab yourself a large glass of water and a notebook. We are going to dig in and un-stress[Read more]

How do you KNOW if you are an entrepreneur?

How do you KNOW if you have that entrepreneurial spirit? Here are some hints and tips on how to let your spirit animal run wild.

First of all, lets define what that even means. Per Google, an entrepreneur is a person who organizes and operates a business, taking on greater than normal risks in order to do so. Notice this definition doesn’t say, “business owner.” However, we all know that a business owner is one example of an entrepreneur. The fact that you clicked this link and landed on this page tells me something. It tells me you’ve got the itch, the bug, the spinning wheels…[Read more]

Tips from Successful Business Women: Laura Lee Designs

Etsy Shop owner, Laura Caldwell, speaks out about her crafting success.

Laura Caldwell (owner of Laura Lee Designs) and I go way back. Allllllll the way back to High School. We first met each other at marching band practice after school. Yeah, I know… #bandnerds. She was on color guard and I was in the woodwind section. I remember, even back then, that Laura was excellent at everything she did. Her hair always looked amazing and her flag spinning was always on point. In fact, Laura made color guard look so[Read more]

Your Niche, defined.

Discover your niche market in five easy steps!

I crafted my niche several months prior to launching this blog. It took some brainstorming and mind-mapping to determine what my special place in the market would be, but once my niche was written down…. I knew exactly how I had to market my new business. Here is how I defined my niche market that ultimately lead to the launching of The Caffeinated Woman: I discovered a problem… or two. Over the last several years I noticed that many of[Read more]