Reels is a new way to grow your reach on Instagram. It allows you to create and share 15-second videos with anyone on Instagram through your Feed, Stories, or the Explore page.

Sarah West learned early on to embrace her gifts. She started Light Consulting and Coaching to share those gifts and her vast experience with others, while lightening their load and tapping into their own potential.

Women, especially women of color, were hit hard in the last year, and have seen record job loss and increasing mental health struggles. These executive orders will hopefully help alleviate some of the burden caused by the ongoing pandemic, and continue to help build a more equal world.

Maddie Schultz started her career by creating a budget for snacks. Since her middle-school snack trading days, she’s learned to channel her skills and passion into helping others balance their books.  She’s a detail-oriented entrepreneur who reads accounting books for fun, and there’s no problem she can’t solve with a spreadsheet.

If you’re like me, you grew up watching Rachael Ray’s 30 Minute Meals and have probably been conditioned to do everything as efficiently as possible, from ordering groceries online to studying for tests via Quizlet.

The good news is that like everything else in 2021, there are many great ways to streamline your content marketing.

Learn how to produce intriguing blog posts in a time crunch.

It’s difficult to define Mariah Prussia, a woman who does a little of everything and who’s experienced it all. She’s had to fight her way through a lot of hardship. But she’s not a victim, she’s a “warrior of life,” and she’s fighting to help you become one too.

You know you’re a Ladyboss in your own right, but which iconic Ladyboss are you most like?

Find out in our quiz!

Ellie Maher worked her way from being a receptionist at a tattoo studio to owning her own shop. Her hard work landed her a spot on North Dakota’s 40 under 40, but it’s getting to know her clients that really makes all of the hard work worth it.

Grace Anderson and Bri Sharkey-Smith are the hosts of Renegade Feminist, a podcast that aims to provide coverage of Minnesota’s political scene from a feminist angle. They use their platform to shine a light on women and non-binary candidates, elected officials, organizers and activists, and to make politics more accessible to regular people. In this interview, you’ll learn why they believe more women need to run for office, and how rage can be harnessed to create positive change.

As Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said, “Women belong in all places where decisions are being made.”

One place where women can make a huge difference in their communities, organizations and industries is seated on a board.