Category: Business Growth

Stress management is the final area that contributes to emotional intelligence. This is about how well we cope with change, the unfamiliar, and our daily challenges. These competencies make up […]

Decision Making is the fourth area that contributes to emotional intelligence. This is about how we use the information our emotions provide to make decisions. These competencies make up the […]

Decision-making – how we use the information our emotions provide to make decisions – is the fourth composite scale that contributes to emotional intelligence. In my last blog, I examined […]

It’s a well-known, but dangerous maxim that entrepreneurs need to “wear all the hats.” Often the founder is the person who sweeps up and takes out the trash, especially in […]

Have you ever noticed entrepreneurs are different? For example, take a look at the entrepreneurs on the hit TV show Dragon’s Den​. Whether the entrepreneurs have a strange or wonderful idea, they […]

Wouldn’t it be great if enthusiasm and passion could protect us from failure? Eventually, it happens to every entrepreneur—a setback. Maybe a new product line didn’t sell, or perhaps an […]

Women entrepreneurs are leveling the playing field in business by embracing their Feminine Capital. When Professors Barbara Orser  and Catherine Elliott  of the Telfer School wrote their book, Feminine Capital: […]

Inspired by my young playful daughter, Peekaboo Beans was started from my home. Peekaboo Beans designs and manufactures comfortable, ethically made children’s clothing that fosters independence and play and has […]

Interpersonal is the third area that contributes to emotional intelligence. This is about how we interact with others. Here, we examine our social graces. These competencies make up the interpersonal […]

Interpersonal is the third area that contributes to emotional intelligence. This is about how we interact with others. Here, we examine our social graces.These competencies make up the interpersonal area […]