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The Quickest Way To Become More Popular With The Boss

There is one thing you can do, right now, that will make all the difference to how you get on at the office (and in life). What is this simple solution? 

 Be cheerful. 

 I don't mean a faux smile, and an 'isn't...

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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 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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Loving Your Job—Hey Bosses, Listen Up.

Remember when you were little, and the dreams you had of where you’d work one day? 

There was always excitement in my voice when I’d answer the question on what I’d be.  Never once did I dream of working for a tyrant, a...

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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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The Thing About 20-Somethings

We hear it all the time: that ambiguous phrase “the 20-somethings.” What does it mean?

It’s a term often tossed around without much thought, referring vaguely to the years of youth when many women stumble, fall, cling to the nearest wall...

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Facebook Etiquette Post College

Life Post College can be summed up in four words: sarcastic, single, Southern Belle. She adores a good happy hour, stand-up comedy, the outdoors, high heels, SEC football and occasionally her PR job. Follow her...

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