Unfollow. Delete. Block. Repeat.

Who follows you and who you follow on social media is completely in your hands.

You have total control over who has access to you on social media and what you see. And you should curate and edit as necessary.

I recently did a social media follower cleanse/purge – I do

October is National Women’s Small Business Month, a time to promote, support and discover all the amazing women-led businesses around us.

It also encourages more women to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams.

Entrepreneurship is on the rise, especially among women. The number of female-owned businesses has increased by 114% over the last two decades, and there

No matter what your employer says, you are not part of a “family.”

You are an employee – most times, an “at-will employee” who can be terminated or replaced at any time.

Your workplace isn’t your family and it’s important to remember that your employer does not owe you anything and may not always look

National Paralegal Day is October 23, a day that honors the work of paralegals and legal assistants in law offices throughout the United States.

Why does it matter to you?

You need paralegals.

And you should create a social media post thanking your paralegals as well as do something internally to show your gratitude.

Appreciation

I see so many people post content on social media that is self-promotional and all about themselves. Here’s why that’s a big mistake and a more effective alternative approach.

Supporting and promoting others – such as your colleagues, former colleagues, clients, referrals, mentors and peers is easy and well worth the time and effort.

Your

I have been reading about Katie Couric’s new book where she says that she’s “brave” to admit she had bitter rivalries with female colleagues and didn’t support women when they asked for mentorship because she was threatened by them. (So disappointing.)

In media interviews, she defended writing that she got “territorial” with other females over

My last LinkedIn post went viral(!). At the time of me publishing this post it had 700,000 views and nearly 8,000 likes. I also had 3,500 new LinkedIn connection requests as a fault of the post’s visibility. Wow right!?

Here’s why it went viral.

  • I keep saying that you should tell personal stories on LinkedIn.

How many of you put off doctor’s appointments and other important items on your personal to-do list because you’re “too busy?”

I’m certainly guilty of it.

Especially when it’s something I don’t want to do.

Here’s the thing – everyone is busy, and there’s never a good time for anything. So we MUST make time 

Many businesses don’t realize the importance of building an email list.

Emails are the most direct and reliable way of getting in touch with your client and prospects.

Every internet user has at least one email account. A recent research conducted by Radicati found that there 3.8 billion active email accounts. That’s half the population