This is a sponsored post from Hiscox.
In addition to being Frozen Food Month and Supply Management Month, March is Women’s History Month. Celebrated across the U.S. and in the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada*, the month-long celebration of women’s contributions to history is a proud tradition that’s been happening every March since 1987, with origins dating back to 1911’s first-ever International Women’s Day. It seems like one hundred-plus years is a long time ago, but it’s just three generations – the oldest of whose members were born into a world where women didn’t have the right to vote and had only recently gained the ability to legally own property.
But that’s not today. And while all people must remain vigilant in protecting the rights of people everywhere, women in most developed economies are secure in their ability to own and run businesses. In fact, in the U.S. 40% of all privately-held firms are women owned. If you can include yourself in this hefty percentage of business owners you deserve to be proud, small business ownership is a multi-faceted challenge that requires almost daily renewal of purpose.
The next time you find yourself renewing your specific purpose, take a moment to reflect on the following ideas for making running a business a little bit easier. Implementing one, two or all three will help you save time and improve performance and maybe even help delay that next need for renewal. Continue reading “3 Simple Yet Powerful Management Strategies for Women Business Owners” »