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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.
For me, the most precious commodity in business is time. And I find I am most productive when I balance time that I spend with others with blocks of time during which I can think and write.
Women make up more than half of entrepreneurs, and many women are now successfully raising money for their businesses through equity crowdfunding.
By Sallie Krawcheck I often joke that I was offered the position of Director of Research of Sanford Bernstein after all of the other analysts said no to the job. This, however, is not strictly...
The ability to communicate effectively is absolutely key for personal and business success, and for women, it’s especially important.
I have received a number of questions about what drove the difference between successes and my front-page-of-the-newspaper firings. it wasn't what you might think; it was having a sponsor.
Today having a book is becoming less of a “good to have” and more of a “got to have.” It can be the ultimate marketing tool by establishing you as an expert, help build your business and reputation.
What are the secrets of successful business leaders? What does it take to get ahead? We heard from two successful women about the highs and lows of being the boss and what it takes to get there.
By Sallie Krawcheck A fit with a company’s culture is of huge importance to an individual’s success. But the interview process is a bit like speed-dating, with only superficial impressions pos...
Alison Levine has climbed Mt Everest, not once, but twice! She has also conquered the seven highest peaks around the world, called a Grand Slam, all after the age of 30.
We are in a bull market for advice to women on how to get ahead in their companies. For most of my career, I lived it. I worked in some of the most male of companies (ok, I never worked for Twitter.)