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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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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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A Time Management Manifesto

You think you know somethin’ about being flaky?

Let me tell you about being flaky.

In college, I don’t remember following through on plans for two consecutive days, ever. I rescheduled coffees with friends, nights out looking for...

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Boardroom Boundaries And The Women Who Break Them

It’s a week like any other. On Thursday morning, she’s heading up a team meeting to finalize the social media plan for one of the many iconic brands she represents (one you’ve probably heard of and liked on Facebook). She spends the rest of the...

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Book Review » The Fire Starter Sessions: A Soulful + Practical Guide to Creating Success On Your Own Terms

As someone who has been pursuing a side hustle of sorts for almost two years I’ve been up to my eyeballs in ebooks, guides and audio files that will supposedly help you run a better business.

Many of these offer...

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Happy New You!

No, that is not a typo.  It reflects the fact that many of us feel the need to start fresh with our lives at the start of a New Year.  My last message...

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How To Plan A Wedding, Decorate A Bedroom And Reorganize Your Life In An Hour

The headline of this article caught your eye didn’t it? You’re thinking how in the world could anyone do that. But I did and I am not engaged, not even dating. I don’t own a home and organization isn’t an issue for me. So why, you may ask did I...

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