Check out this article that states that companies with more women in leadership positions make more money:
"New data from the Peterson Institute for International Economics and EY bolsters that case. The groups analyzed results from 21,980 global, publicly traded companies, in 91 countries from various industries and sectors and showed that having at least 30% of women in leadership positions, or the “C-suite,” adds 6% to net profit margin."
Sunday, December 11, 2016
Both jobs are super tough and demanding on your time, energy and resources. So it is natural that some days it just feels like it is all too much. Don't worry help is on the way from these tips from other working moms who understand exactly how wonderful and stressful being a mother and entrepreneur can be.
- Spend Time Carefully - Think of time as units you are spending each day. You know the old adage that a task expands to fit the time allotted. As such, then it is wise to assign only a certain period of time to each task. Be certain that is is a reasonable length.
- Kill Perfectionism - This seemingly positive trait has strangled many a smart and creative woman's schedule and sanity. Nothing needs to be perfect - just get it done. A business letter mailed that is "good enough" is better than a perfect one that gets mailed late or never. Keep your eye out for your inner perfectionist and tame her.
- Computers are Your Friends - There are many tasks that software and technology could do for you and free up extra time such as checking account reconciling with Quickbooks Online, tax preparation with Turbo Tax, grocery shopping online with Peapod and family scheduling with online calendars.