The Best of 2014

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First and foremost, thank you all for tuning in and being loyal readers of ltdDAILY. We have had a great first year, thanks to you, and are ready to show off what we’ve got in store for 2015. But before we say goodbye to 2014, we wanted to look at your favorite posts of the year.


10 Most Popular Posts:

1. Expert Advice: Fallonize

2. Dream Catcher: Gregg Renfrew

3. Expert Advice: If the Shoe Fits…Sell It!

4. Dream Catcher: Olivia Korenberg

5. Social Study: Bridget Hilton

6. Dream Catcher: Sarah Dubbledam

7. Dream Catcher: Amanda Thomas

8. Social Study: Liz Forkin Bohannon

9. Dream Catcher: Soraya Darabi

10. Social Catcher: Shannon Keith


10 Best Expert Advice Posts:

1. Stop Wasting Time 

2. Fallonize Your Business

3. 10 Things to Know Before You Start Up

4. Starting from Scratch Again

5. Pricing for Profit

6. The Art of Sales

7. Legal Tips

8. Are You Suggesting or Selling?

9. Lessons from an Accidental Solopreneur

10. Booking Bliss


Favorite Lifestyled Posts:

1. Wardrobe Rx: Morning meeting with corporate client. 

2. Inside Jenna’s Office

3. Office Update No. 2

4. Wardrobe Rx: Mad for Plaid

5. Lifestyled: Travel Light

6. Get Marlien Rentmeester’s Look

7. Office Update No. 3

8. How to Conceal Your Office Clutter in Style

9. Get Linda Rodin’s Look

10. Lifestyle by Amanda Thomas


Top 10 Resource Posts:

1. Get Educated

2. Online Tutorials

3. Looking for an Online Mentor

4. Lady Fuller

5. Malorie Kaye

6. International Sanctuary

7. Twofold

8.  Amanda Thomas

9. Liz Dennery Sanders

10. Kathlene Linehan and Corrie Sullivan


Images: [ The 36th Avenue + Geronimoballoons]






Nada Jones is an entrepreneur, author and mentor. She is the Founder/CEO and Editor-in-Chief of, ltdLIVE conferences, ltdWORKSHOPs and the soon to be launched Liberty Magazine. Jones has spent over a decade working with entrepreneurial women and has leveraged her experience and connections to create the ltd multimedia platform for those ready to launch their dream ventures. Her goal is to inspire women to "start something that makes a difference" in their lives and the lives of others. Nada is the co-author of Sixteen Weeks to Your Dream Business: A Weekly Planner for Entrepreneurial Women, published by McGraw-Hill in August 2008. She is passionate about creating entrepreneurial opportunities for women in developing countries and is an advisor to several non profits that are committed to supporting underserved women.

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