Kimberly Weisul is an award-winning journalist and co-founder of One Thing New, the digital media company that is rebooting women's content. She is also Editor-at-Large at Inc. and a former Senior Editor at BusinessWeek and has been a regular guest on MSNBC's Your Business.
Kimberly Weisul is an award-winning journalist and co-founder of One Thing New, the digital media company that is rebooting women's content. She is also Editor-at-Large at Inc. and a former Senior Editor at Busines
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November 11, 2013
At a recent business dinner, I was seated next to a woman who had founded a venture-backed startup. Her company was about four years old, and had raised tens of millions of dollars. I’m an editor-at-large for Inc and Inc.com. At Inc, we write about entrepreneurs, and about burnout. So I asked her, “We always hear that being an entrepreneur is a 24/7 endeavor. But you’ve been doing this for years, and no one can work all the time without burning out. What do you do to stay sane?” “I don’t know,” she said. “It’s funny. You just find a way to keep going.” At some point, I thought, everyone needs...
September 5, 2013
Ten years ago, a group of high-powered women quit their jobs to stay home with their kids full-time. They got tons of media attention, including a segment on 60 Minutes . Writer Judith Warner recently caught up with them in a cover story for The New York Times magazine. The story didn’t look at the happily-ever-afters -- the women who are still pleased to be at home full-time. Perhaps there weren’t any, and at any rate, there’s not much drama there. Instead, the story focused on women who now wanted a full-time job and were unable to find one that suited them. The story talked at length about...