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No business, or professional for that matter, can succeed without the right kind of support, and the support needed changes at different life cycles of the business and person’s career.
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It is important to your success as a business owner to network, but it is equally important to "find your tribe." That tribe should include several referral sources or strategic partners.
Some tried-and-true advice in business: ask for feedback. Particularly ask for feedback if you’re working in a job or on a skill that’s newer for you. And more particularly, ask for feedback if you’re
Because many of us struggle in the workplace to find a good leadership role model, we often come across the loud, obnoxious person in the room, or the squeaky-wheel type of person.
Focus on others in your professional life. Be sure to take time to consider what you are grateful for in your career since stress often prevents us from recognizing what is going well.
When we hear the term office politics it conjures up images of bickering, backstabbing, and mean co-workers. Is that really what office politics is about?
Many of us know that networking is incredibly important to our career success. When we’re students, networking means making the best of our relationships with professors, peers and alums. Networkin...
For many, the act of networking is easy: You go to an event, exchange business cards, make the connection. Then networking contacts go cold.
Simply put, you don't. Let it grow organically. As a mentor, I have learned as much by providing guidance to others as I once benefited from the guidance provided to me. A mentor-mentee relationshi...
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We hear a lot about coaching and mentoring — for good reason. As Zig Ziglar famously said, “A lot of people have gone further than they thought they could because someone else thought they could.”
Inexperienced interns may not produce work worth paying for…yet. But your experience, time and guidance could get them there, that’s the whole point.