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You would think encouragement I had received, my own desire and sense of obligation would have been enough to get me to churn out a book. But I always seemed to have a good excuse.
Old think: Networking. Want to kick that up into high gear and really get personal? That’s connectworking. And it’s the number one most important rule for getting ahead.
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When I think of success, three things come to mind: desire, pursuit and triumph. In the face of adversity, is your first thought to give up, or do you keep going?
Stress is the number one source of dysfunction at work, ranging from discomfort, conflict, to burn out.
The ONLY way to receive those promotions or those stellar raises is to lose the hang-ups, shed the grievances and brush off any notions that you aren’t succeeding because you are a woman.
Growing my own business became possible when I moved to America, but just because gender inequality looks a little different here doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.
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Customer reviews on sites such as Yelp and Angie’s List have long posed major challenges to companies in industries like retail and hospitality. But now, customer review sites reach every industry.
I often work with people that brand products or services but have no real awareness of their personal professional brand and why it matters. It’s time to take stock of your own brand.
by Sallie KrawcheckIn last week's news: The NFL bumbles through its reaction to charges of domestic abuse by its players. The Census Bureau announces that women are now paid 78 cents for every doll...
While founders can be inspirational to the growth of a venture or organization, if founder exceptionalism exists within an enterprise, it may hurt everyone in the long run.
You’re happily employed, and pick up your phone to find a recruiter on the other end. How do you maximize this call when you’re not actively looking?
Let’s talk about power, Ladies.No! It’s not a bad thing, though we do often speak about it as if it were - a bad thing, and when we mention power in relation to women, the hue and cry that goes up ...