Monthly Archive: April, 2015

8 Ways to Prepare for a Tech Conference

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In less than one week I am headed to Collision, a tech conference in Las Vegas from May 5th-6th. Sometimes attending a large tech conference can be intimidating, especially if you’ve never been… Continue reading

Life Lessons from the 2015 Boston Marathon Runners

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This year was the 119th marathon, but it was my first time ever attending the race. I couldn’t believe the amount of people who came to support the contestants, or that any one… Continue reading

Salesforce CEO Takes Radical Step To Pay Men And Women Equally

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Equal pay for equal work isn’t typically a mantra you hear from the chief executive of a multibillion-dollar company. Yet Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is taking the radical step of reviewing employee salaries… Continue reading

5 Reasons Why We All Need Sales Skills

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At Startup Institute, I embarked upon the sales track. Despite this, following the program, I took on the role of Editor of the Startup Magazine — a digital magazine aimed at empowering the… Continue reading

How to help victims of the Nepal earthquake

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A 7.8 magnitude earthquake rocked Nepal with devastating force Saturday, killing more than 3,800 people and injuring at least 7,000. Many more are unaccounted for as the search for survivors continues. Google has launched… Continue reading

Learn about One Woman’s New Approach to Business

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Business is becoming more and more impersonal. CEOs at the top communicate with their employees through email, companies communicate with their customers through their website, and customers reach customer service through social media. In… Continue reading

Superfoods 101

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    Superfood is a word thrown around these days and is associated with many  different foods. Superfoods, in definition, are a group of foods that are the most potent, super-concentrated, and nutrient… Continue reading

Call It Supper: Asparagus, Pea and Burrata Salad with Poached Egg

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We’ve finally come out from hibernation at Call It Supper and we are welcoming spring with our latest recipe inspiration, which focuses on the season’s two essential ingredients: asparagus and peas. Tori often makes it… Continue reading

Nike Women’s New Ad Campaign Is Full Of ‘I Can’t’

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You’re about to be very inspired by the worlds “I can’t.” Nike’s new “Better For It” ad campaign is all about women finding motivation when that sneaky little voice starts telling them that… Continue reading

Preparing for an Interview? Let your Culture Skills Shine!

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There’s been a shift in the mindset of hiring managers and entrepreneurial leaders. Where once technical skills, educational background and work experience were considered the top priorities, now culture skills are considered a… Continue reading