2012 Activity Tracking Log Tool

This spreadsheet provides a way to track your activity via 25 points: 25 Points Daily Activity Tracking Spreadsheet

Thanks to Mary Anne Leichliter-Rice from New York Life Insurance for supplying this handy tool!

Helpful Links and Resources

Count Me In

Founded in 1999, Count Me In supports a vibrant, diverse community of women entrepreneurs achieving the common goal of financial independence and prosperity for all. We understand the soul of the female business-owner, including the challenges you face and the solutions you need. There is no professional obstacle that our members, experts and coaches have not overcome. Sharing the benefits of their knowledge, enthusiasm and experience is what Count Me In is all about!

National Association of Women Business Owners - Greater Raleigh

NAWBO Greater Raleigh facilitates the economic prosperity of a diverse membership of women business owners through mentoring, networking, education, and support.

North Carolina Center for Women Business Owners

Sponsored by the SBA and located in Fayetteville, the Center is a program of the Women’s Center of Fayetteville to provide assistance to women aspiring to be entrepreneurs, in start-up and emerging businesses and existing businesses ready for expansion. The center offers classes, conferences, individual consultations, and mentoring to address many aspects of small business ownership, including financing, marketing, and contracting.

US Small Business Administration

The US Small Business Administration (SBA) provides information on how to start a business and how to raise money for a small business. It also provides information on SBA programs and resources available to assist you in starting and developing your business.

Wake Tech Small Business Center

Please visit this Web site to learn more about Wake Tech and the programs offered for small businesses.

Women's Business Center

The Women’s Business Center promotes economic self-sufficiency for all women of North Carolina through entrepreneurship. We are committed to increasing the number and the success rate of women-owned businesses.

Women Business Owners Network of Cary

The Cary segment of the WBON was founded in 1995. They have close to 100 members from diverse businesses and backgrounds that have come together to share success and common business concerns. The WBON-Cary meets the first Wednesday of every month for lunch, general discussions, and a featured speaker. For more information, please visit: