sharon on September 8th, 2011

Join me live tomorrow, September 9th at 1pm EST (10am PST) on 411Voices as I chat with speaker and author Mimi Donaldson. Mimi Donaldson excites, educates and entertains audiences all over the world. She frequently shares the stage with prominent keynote speakers such as Colin Powell, Katie Couric, and Maya Angelou. She has thrilled and […]

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Join me live this Friday, September 9th at 1pm EST (10am PST) on 411Voices as I chat with speaker and author Mimi Donaldson. Mimi Donaldson excites, educates and entertains audiences all over the world. She frequently shares the stage with prominent keynote speakers such as Colin Powell, Katie Couric, and Maya Angelou. She has thrilled […]

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sharon on July 26th, 2011

Beginning August 10th, join me for my online radio show, Your Way to Work At Home. It airs live Wednesdays from 12:30-1pm (9:30-10am PST) on 411Voices. It’s a weekly show and my guests will be companies that actually hire telecommuters, experts in the fields that allow telecommuting (virtual assisting, freelance writing, transcription, etc.), successful home […]

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This week’s radio guest will be Shelly Gordon, Senior VP of G2 Communications. With a straightforward and focused approach to public relations, Shelly Gordon custom-designs media strategies that help each of her clients hit their precise target audiences. Gordon is experienced in all the disciplines of PR: developing PR plans with creative ideas; writing and […]

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This Friday my guest will be Kathy Goughenour, who left a soul-sucking corporate job to run a successful business from her cabin in the woods! Kathy is an experienced, savvy marketer. From corporate marketing to direct sales to virtual assistant to internet marketer, she’s been there and done that professionally and personally. After taking the leap of […]

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sharon on January 4th, 2010

One of the biggest challenges of working at home can be the isolation. This is especially tough for those who have transitioned from a traditional office environment, complete with water cooler and hallway chat-ups to the home office where you only company might be your pets. I feel it when my younger daughter is in […]

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sharon on December 15th, 2009

Now you can run your business using a prestigious address in say, Paris or Trafalgar Square in London. Virtual Office Services allow you to select a virtual office address anywhere in the world and use that address on your business cards and letterhead. Todd Miller of the San Francisco Chronicle recently wrote: Virtual office service […]

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This may be the coolest trend in the work at home office that I’ve ever seen… The OfficePOD is the next generation of workplace.  According to the makers…. The garden based POD is of the highest quality design and provides a work environment that is separate from the disruptions of home life.  The ability to […]

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sharon on January 3rd, 2009

One of the many perceived benefits of working from home is the ability to deduct a portion of your mortgage interest, utilities, insurance , repairs, etc..  I work at home exclusively and am very glad to be able to take advantage of this deduction.  After all, every little bit helps. But before you start planning […]

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sharon on November 19th, 2008

There have been days when I’ve almost run out and rented an office. I know, I know. How on earth could I ever consider giving up working at home? Well, I did say, “almost”. But there are days when an office looks pretty darn good. Because I work from my home, there are distractions and […]

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