12 Sep 2017 Written by BrittanyRatelle

5 Legal Docs Your Website Needs

5 Legal Docs Your Website Needs

Does your website need a legal checkup? While working on mood boards, font pairings and styled photos is the fun part of website management, maintaining a strong legal foundation for your website can help you fend off potential headaches and growing pains.

Consider these 5 legal documents that every modern website should have:

1. User Terms and Conditions

31 Aug 2017 Written by PattyMoore
Why Women Are More Likely to Have Side Hustles Than Men

Why Women Are More Likely to Have Side Hustles Than Men

New reports indicate that more women are likely to have a side hustle than men. In total, CareerBuilder reports that around 32 percent of workers have a side job, which is up 3 percent from last year.

14 Aug 2017 Written by BrooklynFaulkner

Girls Just Wanna Work for Themselves

There’s an interesting phenomenon happening among working women.

Women of all backgrounds and ages are tired of showing up to work and being a “cog in the machine.” They’re tired of being overlooked by their fellow colleagues or being ignored in meetings. They’re tired of “leaning in” when no one will lean out to listen to them.

So what are these working women doing to solve the problem? Apparently, they’re turning into CEOs of their own companies.

06 Jul 2017 Written by ChicCEO
19 May 2017 Written by caroline.caselli
Open Journal with a steaming cup of tea and a fluffy pen on top of the journal.

Dream-killing stories and how to vanquish them.


When I tell people I quit my job to start my own tech company (as a former social worker, with no experience building software), I get a range of reactions: they’re incredulous, they ask about my finances, and they ask whether I am terrified on a daily basis.

Fear was my go-to reason for not leaving social work. So what changed? 

06 Mar 2017 Written by SocialMedia22

Mom Invents Handsocks Mittens to Help Babies and Launches Successful Kickstarter

Casey Bunn is a mom from Richmond, Virginia who came up with the idea to create baby mittens that won't fall off. She soon found that many parents were using her Handsocks mittens for other things such as preventing face scratching and irritating eczema. Wanting to expand her line of mittens, Casey recently launched her very first Kickstarter project and nearly met her goal in less than a week! 

Read on for my interview with Casey Bunn to see how this supermom does it all!

Q: What are Handsocks?

04 Oct 2016 Written by ChicCEO
Chic CEO Why Passion Is NOT The Way

Why Passion Is NOT The Way

It’s time we all take a good hard look at PASSION and why it’s ridiculous. 


Raise your hand if you’ve been asked this: 

     What are you passionate about? 

     Have you found your passion? 

     Wanna pay me money to help you uncover your passion? 


Hold up - let’s stop this madness for a minute. 

15 Sep 2016 Written by ChicCEO

The Difference That Makes The Difference

"The difference that makes the difference.”

Gregory Bateson, an English anthropologist is credited with this phrase. He was talking about information and how it can affect things. What information can we know that will completely change the situation/experiment/culture?


06 Sep 2016 Written by ChicCEO

Email Is Not Your Master

A few years ago I was asked to speak on a panel of female entrepreneurs to discuss our journey into the world of business ownership. At the same time, I had committed to what I called “The Year of No.” 

As you guessed, the Year of No was about saying no to all of the ridiculous things that I had being saying yes to. Things that were sucking my time and attention or generally just made me grumpy: coffee dates, pick your brain dates, actual dates, no fun friends, networking events, listening to voicemails, and yes, EMAIL. 

23 Aug 2016 Written by ChicCEO

To Do or To Find Out?

Do you find that your to do list just turns into a bunch of questions? 
When I would start getting overwhelmed with work, in a fury I would do a huge brain dump on a legal pad. All of the things that I just had to get done in an effort to get it out of my head and organized. What ended up happening more often than not was that my to-do list would have more questions on it than to-dos. 
To-dos are actions, not questions. 


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