The former Nasty Gal entrepreneur is back with a new business.
Sophia Amoruso, whose story inspired the show, says she's ready to "own her narrative."
"I never thought it would be such a big deal to watch a woman ― a girl ― come up and make mistakes ... "
I want to stand on a soap box and rant, but instead, I start by asking a question. When I speak in their classrooms or keynote
As entrepreneurs, we face many challenges as we start and grow our businesses. Funding uncertainties, competitive pressures, economic downturns, and more put a multitude of obstacles in our paths. But sometimes, the most difficult roadblock hindering our success is ourselves. Could you be standing in the way of your business achieving its full potential? If you exhibit any of the below characteristics, you are likely thwarting your ability to improve and grow your business.
The dad picked up the paper and continued reading and less than a couple of minutes went by and his son excitedly pulled
Source: Dave McNary, "'Pitch Perfect' Writer Kay Cannon Directing Sex Comedy 'The Pact'", Variety.com, http://variety.com
Jake Fogelnest is writing for the upcoming series based on Sophia Amoruso, Founder & Former CEO, Nasty Gal. Originally aired
It is an amazing time to be a female entrepreneur. Women worldwide are jumping out of the box and creating careers based in passion and purpose. When Marie Forleo coined the term multi-passionate entrepreneur she gave women everywhere the words to describe what previously seemed impossible, or at least unadvisable.
At this point, it's almost like "sorry" means nothing. Heck, I'm not entirely convinced we actually are sorry. At least in
It's less scary to know exactly where to go, what to do, and how to do it every day because someone's done it before you
4) Remember why you started. "There will be hard times when you have doubt, where you wonder if you did the right thing starting
It was in 2005 when Brad Neurberg launched the first co-working space in San Francisco at Spiral Muse to support community and structure within the freedom of working for yourself. Since then, the concept has exploded on the entrepreneurial culture.