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Acing an interview is all about being a cut above: confident, energized, purposeful and respected. Like anything, it is as much an inner game as it is an outer game.
As we all know, being an entrepreneur you get paid last. Often it is about taking the road less traveled and it can be a bumpy one, at least at first.
“Don’t invite me for coffee,” bellows Jeffrey Hayzlett, global business celebrity and primetime television show host on Bloomberg Television. “I don’t drink coffee.”
I just came back from delivering a keynote at the Women’s Leadership Academy Summit for The American College of Financial Services. Over 100 women spent 3 days honing their leadership competencies,...
Everyone has heard the old adage that it's not what you know, it's who you know. I happen to think it is a combination of both, and that combination is indeed powerful.
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.
In the past year (and then some), women and parents (mothers especially) have been bombarded by numerous admonitions from experts and the media.
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.
One of the most common things I encounter when working with my clients is fear. Three of the biggest fears I encounter are: fear of failure, fear of success and fear of the unknown.
Burnout is something that can creep in very slowly, without you even realizing it. It doesn’t matter what sector you work in, if you are in a demanding position, you are at risk of burning out.
We all know who they are: the folks who aren’t going anywhere... certainly not out, but probably also not up much either. They play to “not lose” and work to avoid failure.