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Engineering the Future for Entrepreneurs

Next week, I will have the honor of visiting Penn State as a Bishoff Entrepreneur-in-Residence and participating in several of the courses they provide for students who are studying engineering entrepreneurship as a minor. It’s an impressive program and these students will undoubtedly come out of it much better prepared than I was leaving college. I look forward to […]

Transitions in the Modern World

Twice a year I experience a feeling of intrinsic transition: January, the new year, and September, the new school year. This year, September came early with my book’s release just before my daughter started back at school in late August, and suddenly I was thrust into another set of transitions at work and at home. […]

What Comes Next

After wrapping my first major launch events for my book in San Francisco and Silicon Valley and tracking the launch month for my book, I started being questioned about what I’ll be doing next. The book’s out now and I must have all of this free time now, right? Well not exactly. First, the book was an immense […]

Amazon and the Wild World of Bestseller Lists

My book, The Digital Mystique, has now been out for a month and it has been fascinating to watch the online sales through Amazon as an author as well as a digital media strategist, techie and data geek. Now I can say legitimately that my book is a bestseller – even though it was published […]

Some Musings, After 10 Years of Blogging

I’ve missed blogging. Writing my first book has been taking most of my writing time and energy the past year and now that I’m almost done, I can truly say it’s been an amazing experience, but I miss blogging. Real blogging. Not microblogging like what we do on Facebook or Twitter. Not long feature articles, […]

HBR and Angel Investing

Sarah’s first article at the Harvard Business Review was recently published, entitled “A Wave of Angel Investing Organizations Focuses on Women.” She looked into how women investors are now being trained to become angel investors in high-tech startups. She also studied the various barriers to becoming an angel investor. “A small set of organizations has […]

Russia’s New Generation of Businesswomen as Viewed through an American Lens

The following is the English version (what I wrote) of my article published at Forbes Russia today. (The other option for reading it in English, not in my words, but translated back: go to Google Translate and paste in this link: http://bit.ly/g900OL but please at least click on the article link at Forbes.ru so they know […]

New media revenue models

At today’s Women in Periodical Publishing annual Women’s Leadership Conference, many of the sessions focused on the future of media and how to make money off the media (i.e. how to stay alive, adapt and thrive). Since the speakers were so kind to share what they have learned from their research and experience, I compiled […]

Top Twitter Tools List

In working on my article for Digital Landing on how to make the most of Twitter, I researched dozens of great applications. Since I couldn’t write about them all in my article there, I decided to post the list of what I looked at here, so anyone can have a look. Of course there are […]

Wassup?

A lot’s been happening lately for me – elsewhere… so here’s a bit of a summary for those who are curious. Also, I keep recent news of what I’ve been doing professionally updated typically at my professional website, SarahGranger.com. My new media consulting (via PublicEdge) is going well. I’m working primarily with WomenCount as their […]