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  • Need career advice? 
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  • Just want a kick in the pants? 

No one can do it alone all the time. Sometimes, it helps to...

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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 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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10 Tips for Working From Home and Getting Things Done

Working from home is the holy grail of employment perks for many of us. But once you've secured the gig, it's easy to fall into bad habits and lack motivation.

Here are my top tips for making the most out of the working day,...

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10 Things I've Learned From Being An Assistant

When I finally landed my first “real job” out of college as a legal assistant at a law firm in a neighboring town, I was ecstatic. It had been nearly two years since my college graduation, and I had been working at the same job since the summer...

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5 Surefire Ways to Stay a Contractor Forever

Alright, as bad as we don’t want to admit it, being an employee of a company is the Holy Grail for most people – at least the ones who need to work for themselves to support themselves or their families. 

If you’ve ever worked temp-to...

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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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Your Move

by Jeré Power

I have romanticized my writing and like most love stories in my life, I ran the other direction when it got semi-good to a career that wasn’t what I needed...

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Book Review » The First 90 Days

If you just started a new job (or ever plan on moving into a new role within or outside your current company) - stop everything, and pick up this book. I have used this book as a road map for the first 90 days on the job in ...

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