Blog Archive: Business Building


How to Find the Right VA for Your Business with Renee Charbonneau

Today we’re interviewing one of my favorite people, Renee Charbonneau, of Anthem Virtual. Renee is a virtual assistant who has four kids that she’s home-schooling, and she has managed to create a business that puts food on the table and allows her to live a lifestyle where the home is really the center of her life.

By Meredith Eisenberg


Freelance to Support Your Passion Business

Today we’re interviewing Jennifer Zivic, who has two businesses. One of them is AdventureTravelGal.com, an adventure travel blog that she founded four years ago before she even branched off on her own. Jennifer’s other business is a branding business called I Brand U.

By Meredith Eisenberg


The Most Frightening Event I Attended This Year

Last week, I attended InfusionCon – the BIG conference (over 3,500 people attended this year) for put on by Infusionsoft. Before I go much further I have to say that I LOVE Infusionsoft – it has allowed me to build an amazing business and amazing life. But… I also think that InfusionCon is a very dangerous conference to attend if you are not in the right mindset!

By Michele A Scism


What Is Your Money Story?

This may be a controversial article for some of you. It may hit you in that money wound trigger spot. Alas, I encourage you to keep reading and give this some serious thought. It just may transform your sales conversations, your business and maybe even your life.

By Monica Shah


Playing Even When Life Happens

I spend time watching a whole lotta college basketball (Go Badgers!) and as always, I’m always amazed at business lessons you can pull from sports.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)


Susan Martin Shares the One Thing That Stops Entrepreneurs from Being Successful

Today we are talking with Susan Martin of Business Sanity. Susan is a lifelong entrepreneur who has a really interesting story about how she created one very successful business, and when that wasn’t really meeting her needs anymore, she moved on to create another one.

By Meredith Eisenberg


Why Even Bother?

OK…. this has been brewing for a while and I feel like I need to set the record straight. For the past few weeks, I have been talking with dozens of business owners about the possibility of becoming a sponsor for my Take Action Get Profits event (September 10-12, Houston, TX).

By Michele A Scism


What Is A Merchant Account & When Do I Need One?

Where do people get stuck when they start a business? It’s the most basic part of owning a business: how do you get money from one person to the next.

By Meredith Eisenberg


Warm Garlic Knots

A while ago, I was with a friend of mine at a restaurant.

We placed our orders.

Later, our waitress delivers our food.

And my friend takes a sip of his soda – and gets VERY upset.

By Monica Shah


When Corporate Experience Isn’t Enough To Run A Business

Today we are interviewing John Jurkiewicz. John had a long career as a manager at Philip Morris, but he really wanted to try something else, so when they offered him a chance to jump ship and start his own business, he did.

By Meredith Eisenberg

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