5 Most Common Workplace Injuries for Women – ShoeMoney

300 million women run businesses across the globe in select countries. These women are brave. They face cultures that do not traditionally celebrate women in the workplace. Their bravery, however, doesn’t keep them safe from harm. The workplace can be hostile to women and sometimes more so than for men. Here are a few of the most common workplace injuries for women and how to avoid them if possible. 1. Sexual Harassment Sexual harassment should never be tolerated in the workplace. Unfortunately, some men do not understand what might be considered sexual harassment. This is no excuse. Does the law see ignorance as an excuse? Never. You must obey the laws of the land and it’s your responsibility to understand and follow them. Similarly, it’s your responsibility to understand what sexual harassment looks like and avoid it at all costs. If you’re experiencing sexual harassment, protect yourself by knowing what […]

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What Internet Marketers Can Learn From The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

In the 50s, women weren’t supposed to do stand-up comedy. They were supposed to watch the children, obsess over their waist sizes, and cook (if they didn’t have a servant). But a brave few women did take to the stage and raise a middle finger to the patriarchy. These women went through hell to earn their right to make people laugh. In an often hilarious and sometimes sobering way, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel encapsulates this struggle. And Mrs. Maisel, an upper-middle-class Jewish housewife gone rogue, is an example to all marketers and entrepreneurs who face great odds. Here are a few things marketers can learn from Mrs. Maisel. Let’s take the microphone. Sometimes You Just Need to Bare Your Tits Within the first episode, Mrs. Maisel’s life gets turned upside down. Her husband (an aspiring yet awful comic) leaves her for his bland, thick-ankled, yet pretty secretary and uses Miriam’s […]

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5 Badass Women Who Persevered and Built a Business

The entrepreneurial world has been a boys club for a long time. Recently that trend has been changing. The number of woman-owned businesses increased by 45% from 2007 to 2016. They represent over $1.6 trillion dollars in revenue. Are you looking to start your own business? These women will inspire you to push forward and kick ass. Let’s get inspired. 1. Riawna Capri and Nikki Lee In So Cal, high end salons are plentiful. Competition is fierce. But that didn’t stop Riawna and Nikki in 2010. As coworkers and friends at two other salons, they wanted to take their impressive skills and start off on their own. But this meant being competitive in an already saturated market. They took stock of what other high-end salons were doing and decided to be different. “…it felt like people were more about the shoes we were wearing or the bags we were carrying. […]

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