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How to Handle Jerks in Business

I’m a born and raised Southern woman from the Deep South.  Growing up, I was taught to be a proper lady and how to conduct myself in public.  However, I was taught something even more valuable later as a business woman…how to deal with...

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5 Ways to Feel Less Trapped By Your Career

You’re grateful that you have a job but you’re getting frustrated and more scared. The whispers of an upcoming layoff are always there and you never know when you’ll get the news. What do you do?  Getting a job is tough and you can’t afford...

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How to Find (and Keep) a Business Partner

Finding (And Keeping) A Business Partner

I can’t tell you how many times I get asked if my business partner is a female. When I respond “yes” the next question is “How hard is it to be in business with another woman?”...

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How to talk your way into a job

I'm one of those people who definitely has a fairly checkered work history.  From dealing blackjack to dealing in US Patents, I've done *a lot* of stuff.

But I’ve also had “sought...

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Book Review » 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think

What if you had enough time to be in the best shape of your life, get more than seven hours of sleep a night and still have time left over to volunteer more hours in a year than over 90% of the country? Or instead of just talking about it,...

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Why It’s Good When People Tell You No

A few years ago, I was a successful consultant wishing for more.  I knew that consulting wasn’t where I wanted to be in terms of my greater career aspirations, but I wasn’t sure what was.

I wanted...

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Wiggle Room. We Want It.

In almost every company I've worked for, they do an associate survey at some point during the year. One of those questions ALWAYS seems to be "Do you want more flexibility?" What a dumb question! Of course we do!

Well, wait a second. What'...

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Put On The Big Girl Shoes (How to Go From Follower to Leader)

I remember a time in my career when I was doing well, things were running smoothly,

and I felt like I was on track for success, but hadn’t really made the next big leap and

was just focused on keeping my head down and trying to...

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