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Taylor Brown

Taylor Brown is an Associate Editor at Goddess Connections for the Women Who Run It E-Mag. She graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications Studies. She is a resident of Toronto and she has a passion for exploring topics on health and fitness, and enjoys writing stories about women’s issues. She also enjoys writing about business and how to build a career. When she is not working for Women Who Run It you can find her exploring Toronto, going for jogs, or simply enjoying life as a strong, empowered woman who runs it. Her goal is to share stories that help women of all walks of life take control of their lives and create balance with ease.

Are Women Selling It?

Men have long dominated the sales industry. Their ability to take clients on to the golf course to schmooze, or talk “man to man” has left women out in the cold, until now. Women have made their way into the sales industry and show no sign of slowing down or backing off. Check out the […]

Debtors Not-So Anonymous: An Interview with Julie D. Andrews

Most women find themselves on the same path financially. Until the end of university, their financial situation is seldom up to them. Their parents take care of the finances until, well until they don’t. Unfortunately, this usually happens in an abrupt manner. School is over, we’re expected to get jobs, get apartments, pay our bills […]

Angels Have the Most Fun

It’s been said many times that bad girls have all the fun. Those leather wearing, hard partying, rock n’ roll ladies may have fun, but we’re sure it can really wear a woman out. We think the true path is the one of the angel. The angel has long been seen as a boring cherub […]

We Did the Legwork, Now Listen Up: Michelle Shemilt Shares Her Best Business Advice

As women, we’re given a lot of advice. We’re told to take our makeup off before bedtime, to never say “I love you” first, to admit when “he’s just not that into me,” to never wear white after Labor Day and a whole slew of other tidbits on almost any subject you can ever think […]