My daughter had the second piano recital of her young life the other day in a very grand Beacon Hill abode owned by the Harvard Musical Association. The building, as
It all started at Cornell University in 2006. My sister’s wedding was approaching fast, and her budget had spun out of control. She was having about 150 guests at the Roosevelt
Ann M. Holmes' book is precisely what it purports to be, a crash course on starting your own business. But it's her perspective that makes the book sing. Ms. Holmes tells stories, including her own, which suggest that for many women becoming an entrepreneur is something that sort of, well, just happens. Possibly even for you -- and for me. She writes, "Whether or not you know it, you have a business in you-- if any of the following sentiments sound familiar to you.."