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Swimming in Numbers: A Girls Bookkeeping Voyage

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True Story: Jen Landis

Today’s True Story is from Jen Landis who enthusiastically volunteered to share her experiences with business record keeping. Jen is the head girl at PinCurl Girls where she draws on her MFA and her experiences with the education process. As Jen tells it, PinCurl Girls “encourages girls to avoid self-doubt by looking for happiness, expressing their artistic talents and believing in themselves by thinking positive thoughts.” Continue reading Swimming in Numbers: A Girls Bookkeeping Voyage

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Slaying the Money Monster: It’s Epic!

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True Story: Caroline Duffy

Today’s true story comes from Caroline Duffy who responded to my plea for help on Twitter. Caroline is a free lance graphic designer and illustrator in the United Kingdom. She describes herself as “a skilled and intuitive visual communicator; someone my clients consider vital to their operations.” You can find her and her stylish designs here and on Twitter as @duffyc. Continue reading Slaying the Money Monster: It’s Epic!

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Money Trouble: All in Your Head

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We’ve been talking about money both as a concept and as something concrete that you use in order to achieve your business goals. In our last post, we talked about some of the magic thinking that people have surrounding money. Today we’re going to talk about the limiting or not useful ideas business people hold that lead to bad business decisions. You could have some and not even know it! Continue reading Money Trouble: All in Your Head