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A new type of corporation is rising in prominence in the United States (US) and globally, the B-corp or Benefits Corporation. At least 24 states currently allow B-corps in the US, including my own...
My answer to whether the risk is worth taking is, it depends. Here are four recommendations I’d make to anyone who is contemplating making a really radical life or business change.
Looking for a job is a job. It’s time-consuming and often frustrating. You can spend weeks or even months searching for what you think is a good fit and then never get called in for the job.
Want to make a good impression during your interview with the hiring manager? Come in prepared to answer and ask thought-provok...
Writing a great resume is hard. To condense your background and accomplishments into 1-2 pages and have it stand out amongst hundreds of resumes is painful but necessary.
As someone who started my first social venture at 24, it is hard not to look back on my own career and wish someone had told me about the unglamorous aspects of entrepreneurship.
There are millions of non-profit organizations in the world, and over 1.5 million in the United States alone. Knowing which organizations to support with your giving dollars can be a daunting task.
Silicon Valley's career guru, Patti Wilson has published her mid-year Careerzine. I've excerpted some of it below; it's perhaps a bit on the "realistic" side, but has some good tips, such as to wor...
I assumed the meeting would be in person. But that’s not always going to be the case, especially with Skype and other emerging technologies.
It’s one thing to hold an intention for something that you really want in your life that seems unattainable; it’s another thing to actively figure out how to get it.
Women make up more than half of entrepreneurs, and many women are now successfully raising money for their businesses through equity crowdfunding.
I have always tried to be an “A student.” Work hard, complete assignments, pay attention to details...and good things follow. For most of professional life, this “rule” worked extremely well.