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Common challenges for the Female Entrepreneur - and how to sort them!
by
Samantha Kelly

We asked our members to tell us honestly the realities behind the scenes of being a Female Entrepreneur - Suggested solutions by Samantha Kelly.

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Is Your GP Practice losing out on income
by
Asumpta Gallagher

A Case study of a GP Practice

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What is the Difference Between Possibility and Opportunity?
by
Melanie Boylan

We are confronted by these on a monthly basis hopefully, yet which ones would you pursue?

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How to start a Business - Top tips for Female Entrepreneurs
by
Samantha Kelly

Yay! You've started a Business. First of all, well done! It takes courage to take the leap. It ain't gonna be easy ...bit of a Roller Coaster actually....but it's sooooo worth it!

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Silence is Golden - The power of the PAUSE!
by
Karen O'Donnell

My Biggest Lesson was when I had the Hardest Knock! For one of my first speach contests, I developed and delivered my speech, even tried it out in front of my unsuspecting family -it got the Thumbs up!! Most speech contests had a maxmimum time of 7 minutes and my speech came in at 6:45. However, I found out that this particular contest had a maximum time of just 5 minutes!! I found out this vital detail, a day before the contest.

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Short Term Goals Gives You Long Term Prospects
by
Melanie Boylan

Preparing for tomorrow helps you bring a much better long term future both personally and professionally. Find out how.

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Being work ready for 2018
by
Rosarii Mannion

Are you work ready for 2018? Here are 7 points to help you.

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What is Mid Life mean to you?
by
Carrie Seery

Let me introduce you to my website www.carrieonlife.ie . Carrie on life is a lifestyle blog trying to capture how life is for women at the mid-section of their lives. Its a website for women to share, share their passions, their thoughts and their experiences.

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When One Door Closes Another Opens
by
Melanie Boylan

Some good things come to end, it is just something you can't help. When one door closes another opens. Being open to changes, accepting some things are out of your hands and learning from them are vital in order to be flexible with your business.

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How to STOP stealing your own TIME
by
Tanya Dotson

You have noticed yourself ”borrowing from Peter to pay Paul”; stealing precious hours from your evenings and weekends to finish all these work-related items, trying desperately to keep up while failing to stay ahead. You wind up telling your kids they will just have to wait to spend time with you, only to wind up cancelling on them over and over again. If this sounds familiar, read on to find the solution.

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When it's ok to say 'no' to clients
by
Samantha Kelly

We all need business right? But sometimes it's important to make sure you are getting the right clients for you and your business.

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When You Know its Time to Quit Being Everything to Everyone
by
Melanie Boylan

Sometimes being everything to everyone just simply gets too hard. Keeping yourself up to speed with the latest updates and developments in your field of expertise can get time consuming and expensive. Sometimes you just need to narrow your offering.

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How to Never Miss a Moment of Inspiration
by
Melanie Boylan

You have had the best idea ever but a friend you haven't seen in 2 years suddenly calls you and it's gone?? Over the years I have had to adapt and make sure the moment doesn't pass me by.

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Being Socially Challenged
by
Melanie Boylan

Whether you are new in business or an old hand - everyone can get "out of the habit" of being social. It pays you to exercise this muscle no matter what stage you are in todays climate of being memorable for the right reasons. Are you doing this now?

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We Were Born To Be Real Not Perfect
by
Amanda Rafferty

Some people make the mistake that I have my life sorted because I am a coach and what was even worse was that I thought I had to keep up that pretence for the exact same reason.

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Grow your success by nurturing your ability to listen
by
Linda Coyle

It is well accepted that listening is crucial for connection, be it to as a leader, manager, parent or friend. Interestingly, while we learn lots about how to speak well, read well, and write well, we don’t typically learn how to listen well. In this blog post, I’d like to share with you my thoughts about the importance of listening, how women are particularly skilled at this, and to share seven tips to help you to listen better.

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Managing a Seasonal Business
by
Melanie Boylan

Every business has it's time. Managing your business better with a bit of planning and analysis provides better cashflow and being there at the right time for your customer makes you memorable for the right reasons. Learn more about how to manage your business seasonally in this post.

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What Are the Gaps in Your Knowledge?
by
Melanie Boylan

Have YOU looked at the gaps in your knowledge? Can you list them? How do you plug these gaps?

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Make marketing planning your top priority in 2017 [psst it’s not as boring as it sounds!]
by
Helen Cox

It’s that time of the year, where we promise ourselves to do things differently. We want to make our business grow, we want to enjoy what we do – but then you have that sinking realisation that you haven’t had a new lead or customer for weeks.Then the panic kicks in.

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The Challenges and Benefits Of Couples in Business Together
by
Ian Delaney

Working as a couple comes with some great advantages and occasionally a few challenges, but on the whole its been really positive and we’re still married so that must count for something.

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