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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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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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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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When Your Dream Job Becomes a Nightmare (And How To Change it!)

Remember that first day of school, when you wore a new outfit, new shoes, and were excited about learning and playing with your friends?

And remember that first day on the new job at work, when you put on your high heels (or your...

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Being A Good Boss

As I progress in my career, I recognize more and more how common the negative female boss is in the corporate world. I held the expectation that the corporate world would help develop a different type of woman from the ones we knew in high school...

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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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Being A Woman In A Man's World

Even though it’s been 40 years since the second wave of the women’s movement, in which there was a focus on gender equality in laws and culture, there are still many industries that are...

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