Daniel Scocco of Daily Blog Tips interviewed 10 women about how they do it all: that elusive blend of running your own business, making money, managing email, and fitting in real life stuff like parenting and exercise…here are the women he featured, and if you click the link at the end you can read their pearls of wisdom! I’ve had the pleasure of meeting two of them, Pam Slim and Jory Des Jardins. Great insights for those of us who wonder how others are doing it! Daniel asked them questions about how much they work, if they have fixed routines, what they do about vacations, how much time per day they spend on email and what they do when they are not working. Check it out!
Pamela Slim: Pamela Slim helps frustrated employees in corporate jobs break out and start their own business. Her blog, Escape from Cubicle Nation, is one of the top career and marketing blogs on the web.
Lisa Barone: Lisa Barone is Co-Founder and Chief Branding Officer of Outspoken Media, Inc., and is one of the most respected voices in the SEO industry.
Valeria Maltoni: With 20 years of corporate experience, Valeria is a leading brand strategist. Her blog, Conversation Agent, is ranked among the top 25 marketing blogs in the world according to AdAge.
Tamar Weinberg: A social media guru, Tamar provides consulting services top brands on the web, including Mashable. Techipedia, her blog, is a must read for anyone interested in social media marketing.
Lisa Stone: Lisa is the co-founder of BlogHer, the largest community of women who blog. The site receives over 20 million monthly visitors, and it also hosts a conference and an ad network.
Elisa C. Page: Elisa is the co-founder of BlogHer. She manages its events, marketing and corporate operations. Before founding BlogHer she spent 13 years working in Silicon Valley.
Jory Des Jardins: Jory is the co-founder of BlogHer. She also writes on women’s business issues, marketing, blogging, and entrepreneurship for publications such as Fast Company.
Tina Su: Tina used to be a software engineer with Amazon, but in 2007 she decided to quit and pursue other projects. At Think Simple Now she writes about productivity and personal development.
Erica Douglass: At the age of 26 she sold her business for over $1 million. Now she writes about entrepreneurship on her blog, helping other people start an online business.
Wendy Piersal: Wendy created many successful websites over the years. She is also the founder of the Woo! Jr. Kids Activities Network, which is her main gig currently.
READ FULL INTERVIEW HERE: http://www.dailyblogtips.com/interview-9-women-entrepreneurs-show-how-it-is-done/