We’re looking forward to co-hosting tonight’s #BEaLEADER Twitterchat as @PrPinkPonies/@PrettyPinkPro and our networks from Meetup.com, Etsy, USC et al…
|“Cool, Determined and Under 30″ (via Inc. magazine)|
Tonight we met inspiring local entrepreneurs who create and sell handmade goods via their online store on Etsy. These Los Angeles creatives utilize technology and the platform provided by Etsy to lead teams of like-minded sellers.
We don’t necessarily think about the handmade goods seller when the word “entrepreneur” is used, however, these small business owners aren’t sitting around bedazzling for nothing — they make it rain!
Stay tuned for more feedback and some background on the L.A. – based Etsy Entrepreneurs in an upcoming post!
We chatted tonight with Jeff Rickard (@RickardonSports) for tips and tools from the world of sports.
This is an ongoing discussion we encourage others to discuss. Here’s the link:
#3pcwin TweetChat at: http://tweetchat.com/room/3pcwin
Seize each opportunity!!
“To love is to risk not being loved in return. To hope is to risk pain. To try is to risk failure, but risk must be taken because the greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing.”
Leo F. Buscaglia
Wishing everyone a beautiful week!
The piece attached in this post was produced by RHR International (@RHRIntlLLP), an organization dedicated to improving the performance of individuals, teams and business organizations.
We find the study to be unique in that RHR uses quantitative research and analysis to better understand how internal experiences are demonstrated in outward the leadership behavior of women in executive levels.
“We explored the internal psychological processes and resources of women leaders – “their inside,”
and how that interacts with “the outside” to create the experience of being a woman leader.”
Link to the article: Executive-Women-Leadership
I wrote the following earlier this week, but, unfortunately, it looks like it was never posted:
I can’t thank all of you enough for your generous time and willingness to share your professional and wise insight regarding professionalism, age & gender. I recognize that you have no obligation to read this let alone take the time to write such helpful advice. I’m overwhelmed by your support and connection. The lack of clarity between professional men/women’s intentions can create confusion and frustration. Your insight serves everyone – irrespective of gender or other irrelevant classification. I speak for all who read and help write our blogs and sites – Thank you for your help. Social Media would be worthless if not for its ability to effectively and respectfully exchange valuable ideas and perspectives with people…Most especially those who would never have had the “social wherewithal” to receive such helpful insight.
All the best, 3P & associates.
Deb Babbit (@DebBabbit)
RongHua Ching (@Asiabroadcast)
Seth Carginolo (@carge77)
Laura Hunt (@LauraHuntStyle)
Sally Hanan (@inksnatcher)
…and others who continue to read and provide feedback.
Our blog has reached over 30,000 visits since its first post in April 2011.
While this is an inconsequential number compared to other blogs on the web, this is a huge number to myself and to those who have contributed their time to write posts, respond to interview questions, take photographs, edit, review, promote, recommend, etc…
Maintaining a blog is tedious work especially when one isn’t paid to do it.
Thank you for following, reading, commenting, recommending and sharing our posts.
We’ve enjoyed hearing from you and about you. You not only help create the PrettyPinkPonies brand, you are part of the PrettyPinkPonies brand! We look forward to getting to know more about you and growing with you as our blog and brand continue to grow.
Thanks, again, for your visit. It is encouraging and much much appreciated.
Meg and the Pretty Pink Ponies brand.
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