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Article Reveals 3 Causes for Undesirable Change in Entrepreneurial Type

Sometimes, in the life of a satisfied, successful female entrepreneur, things change. Sometimes these things are beyond her control, such as the economy or an industry change. Other times, these changes result from her choices and actions.

 
PRLog - Jul. 21, 2010 - HUDSON, Fla. -- Life is a continuum and change is inevitable. In the life of a woman business owner, change can result from her choices – and other times, it can result from circumstances outside her control. Sometimes those changes result in a less-than-desirable entrepreneurial type shift for a previously satisfied business owner. How she responds to those changes will determine whether her business just survives – or whether it thrives.  

Women Entrepreneurs Getting Back on Track, Part 1: Assessing the Cause is the latest article by entrepreneurial expert Michele DeKinder-Smith. The article reveals three main reasons a female entrepreneur may experience an undesirable type change – and what she can do about it.

Based on professional market research of more than 3,500 female business owners, Women Entrepreneurs Getting Back on Track, Part 1: Assessing the Cause provides working advice for female entrepreneurs who have experienced undesirable change – and who want to create more positive change as a result.

Women Entrepreneurs Getting Back on Track, Part 1: Assessing the Cause highlights:
•   The reason even a savvy and experienced business owner with experience running a huge corporate budget can struggle with cash flow.  
•   Working advice for developing a plan to solve cash flow problems.
•   Why a previously successful business can slow down when other companies begin offering similar products and services.
•   Strategies for adapting when outside factors affect entrepreneurial type or business success.  
•   How lack of focus can sabotage a business owner’s best intentions.  
•   Tools for finding focus and using that focus to move forward.  

Change is inevitable, and while it doesn’t always yield positive results, female business owners can adapt and ultimately, thrive. This article details specific techniques all female business owners can use to meet and rise above any challenges they meet.
 
Women Entrepreneurs Getting Back on Track, Part 1: Assessing the Cause is available for download at www.janeoutofthebox.com.

Michele DeKinder-Smith is the founder of Jane Out of the Box, an online resource dedicated to the women entrepreneur community. Discover more incredibly useful information for running a women-owned small business by visiting Jane Out of the Box at www.janeoutofthebox.com. Jane Out of the Box offers networking and marketing opportunities, key resources and mentorship from successful women in business, and also consults with corporations and government agencies, helping them better understand the needs of an ever-growing number of women entrepreneurs. Find out more at www.janeoutofthebox.com.

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Michele DeKinder-Smith is the founder of Jane Out of the Box, an online resource dedicated to the women entrepreneur community. Discover more incredibly useful information for running a women-owned small business by visiting Jane Out of the Box at www.janeoutofthebox.com. Jane Out of the Box offers networking and marketing opportunities, key resources and mentorship from successful women in business, and also consults with corporations and government agencies, helping them better understand the needs of an ever-growing number of women entrepreneurs. Find out more at www.janeoutofthebox.com.

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