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How to Launch a Successful Career in Journalism

Journalism is more competitive to get in and stay in than ever before. This is why if you are going to enter the race, you have to be prepared, professional and thick skinned.

Why You Should Actually Network LESS

“I’m networking my ass off! I don’t know why I’m not getting any business.” A colleague said this. We were in a group, so I resisted the urge to shout, “I do!" and tried to smile supportively instead.

When Doing What You Love Doesn’t Pay

Featured on Forbes

We’ve all heard the expression “do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life” True. But sometimes it also means you’ll never earn a nickel.

Just Listen

It happened about a month ago, but I remember it like it was yesterday. I was attending an event and had worked my way over to this gentleman that I really wanted to meet. Then someone joined us.

Women in Business News

Trending: March 6th, 2015

Read popular articles from the web all in one place.This week, we kick off Women’s History Month with some interesting women in business news. Katharine Zaleski apologized to the working mothers sh...

Are You Book-Worthy?

Featured on Huffington Post

An average person who declares "I want to write a book" really means "I want to be a world-famous bestselling author." However, the book-worthy person is not the average person.

What I Wish I Could Tell My Old-Equity-Analyst-Self

By Sallie KrawcheckThis article was originally published on Linkedin.We should #LeanInTogether.I couldn’t have had the career I’ve had without the partner at home that I’ve had. I often note t...

Thinking of Becoming a Stay-at-Home Mom? Leave the Job, Not the Workforce

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Next to my divorce, one of the toughest challenges I’ve had in my life was trying to re-enter the workforce after a prolonged absence home with my children. You would think that moving to a...

Why Emoticons Belong in Business

Humans are made to communicate via body language as much as, if not more than through verbal communication. This is why emoticons (and the casual haha - see what I did there?) matter.

First Things First for First-Time Home Owners

Never mind winter. If the heat is on for you to purchase your first home, you may be warmed by the excitement even as you find yourself frozen by indecision.

Career Lessons I Learned from Kai Kight

Recently, I participated on a panel for the Council of Alumni Association Executives in Scottsdale, Arizona. A highlight during the event was a presentation by Kai Kight who identifies himself as a...

Tempted to Take ANY Job: 4 Strategies To Help You Think Twice

There’s no doubt that job-hunting in this economy can be challenging but conducting a job search from a place of fear rather than strength doesn’t always add up to success or satisfaction.