Aliza Sherman

Aliza Sherman is a web pioneer, e-entrepreneur and author of eight books, including

PowerTools for Women in Business.

Her work can be found at mediaegg.com.

Baby Einstein: Genius Through Imperfection
Starting a Business

Baby Einstein: Genius Through Imperfection

By accepting her own shortcomings, Julie Aigner Clark created the perfect business for her.
Stroller Strides: Driven by Motherhood
Starting a Business

Stroller Strides: Driven by Motherhood

Lisa Druxman's fitness franchise has grown even faster than her children.
Entrepreneurs

Balance Is a Myth

Either work or life will require more attention at times. Give it the attention it needs, then move on.
Entrepreneurs

Don't be Afraid to Charge What You're Worth

Get over your emotional hang-ups about money. Think instead about the value you're offering your customers.
Entrepreneurs

Is Your Business Demanding Too Much?

An all-consuming focus on your business can wreak havoc on your health and your emotional balance.
Finance

Secrets of Surviving Bankruptcy

Anger and shame are natural byproducts of bankruptcy, but these 3 women discovered they could reinvent themselves.
Entrepreneurs

Fitting a Man Into an All-Female Office

We explore the dynamics of bringing the first male employee into an all-female work environment.
Entrepreneurs

Selling Like a Girl

Don't let your emotions get in the way of sales success.
Entrepreneurs

Work Hard, Play Harder

3 entrepreneurs say that making time to get away makes them better, sharper business owners.

Girls' Club

Power lunches aren't just for the guys anymore.

Opening Doors

Getting your business certified can open a world of opportunities
Entrepreneurs

Don't Burn Out

Here's how some entrepreneurs stay motivated when life threatens to overwhelm them.
Entrepreneurs

My Biggest Business Mistake

See how successful women recovered from major business blunders--and how you can, too.
Entrepreneurs

Keeping Women Connected

Women who used to perceive one another as competition are learning to network in ways that work for them.

The Alpha Advantage

The latest buzz about alpha males has spawned workshops and books geared toward both women and men who want to become more "alpha" in business. How can being more alpha help female entrepreneurs?