Monthly Archive: May, 2015

4 Things to Do When You Lose Your Job

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During the entirety of our professional lives, there is a good chance that there will be at least one time when we are let go. No matter what the economy is, losing your… Continue reading

Leveraging Failure for Success

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“…success isn’t the opposite of failure; it’s a sibling. The two coexist, albeit uneasily much of the time, but necessarily. Many great successes were derived from prior failure, probably as much from prior… Continue reading

The New Age of Farming

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“Grow Food Anywhere” is Freight Farms’ motto, and it turns out that they may be on to something. I attended Collision Conference last week, where I was able to speak with a number… Continue reading

Life Lessons I Learned at Stagecoach

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The road to Stagecoach is definitely paved in dust! My husband and I went to the three day country music festival this past weekend for the first time and had a blast. We rented… Continue reading

Finding Opportunity in the Turning Point

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I recently had a fantastic opportunity to speak to a group of young women at Hult International Business School in Boston, MA for the “Women in Business Series: Walk in Her Heels” hosted… Continue reading

Corporate or Startup: Where Should You Start Your Career?

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If you’re a college senior cramming for your final final exams, stealing longing glances at your cap and gown hung teasingly on a hook in the corner of your dorm room—daring you to… Continue reading

Three Ways to Avoid Being a Lonely Startup Owner

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Starting a new venture in the business world is not an easy task. It takes time, effort, energy, money, and guts (just to name a few). One of the greatest paths you can purse is… Continue reading

Stop Asking Yourself “What’s My Passion?” and Start Asking This Instead

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Whenever you’re unsatisfied with your job, people advise you to figure out what you’re passionate about and then just turn that into a full-time gig. Honestly, how tired are you of asking yourself,… Continue reading

The Best Mother’s Day Gift

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Photo from www.alettertomymom.com As we approach Mother’s Day, if you are unfamiliar with the “A Letter to My…” series, this is the perfect time to check it out. A Letter to My Mom… Continue reading

5 Personality Traits of Successful Startup Employees

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Seeking the thrill and excitement of a new or evolving career in a fast-growing company, young professionals are flocking to work in startup roles. But, startup life isn’t suited for everyone. While high-growth… Continue reading