Margaret Kerr-Jarrett is an independent business writer and marketing consultant from Indianapolis who has lived in Jerusalem, Israel for the past five years. Margaret is passionate about bridging the divide between mindfulness and technology, as well as empowering people of all types (but especially moms!) to take their skills solo through online businesses and flexible careers.
You've made the decision to become a solopreneur, and you know exactly what you're going to do. But do you really know if it will work? Having a business plan will help you find out for sure-and a Lean Business Plan is faster, easier, and more effective for a solopreneur than a lengthy formal business plan.
I will be honest - it took me a while to catch on to the fact that the title millennial was referring to me and my peers. Until I really took the time to step back and consider how differently (and why) my generation worked and related to leadership, I saw my steps into the ...
By: Margaret Kerr-Jarrett | May 17, 2018 | Have you thought about becoming a solopreneur? Most communications professionals have heard this question at least once. Maybe it came from a coworker who was secretly considering doing just that. Maybe it was a well-meaning parent or spouse who wanted to encourage the entrepreneurial side they know you possess.
So many professionals dream of going solo, but the questions loom...
There are a lot of benefits to having a corporate leadership position. Some of the biggest ones include stable and solid income, upward mobility, great benefits, and respect that comes from being that high up the career ladder.
Stay-at-home mom and career woman are not two titles that are traditionally put together. However, in today's increasingly digital and flexible world, more and more women (myself included) can stay home with their young ones while advancing their careers at the same time.
Growth and Inspiration
Margaret Kerr-Jarrett serves as Language Strategist for Wisdom Tribe. Originally from Indianapolis, Indiana, she now lives in Jerusalem with her family. She is passionate about the power of words and dreams of retiring from the business world to work on her first dream: becoming a poet.
Everyone makes mistakes. Employees, bosses, spouses, parents, children, friends-no one gets through life without messing up, and mistakes can be painful. Think of the time you heard someone criticizing you behind your back or the time you totally blew up at your spouse. That pain doesn't always disappear so easily, but with time, mistakes can ...