Monthly Archive: July, 2015

How Building a Team of Mentors Can Position You For Success

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Mentors are all the rage these days and for good reason. They are invaluable when it comes to making career or life decisions, navigating tough situations, and setting your goals. But many successful… Continue reading

Reminder: Love those Laugh Lines

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The grandfather clock sounds off and I know without counting that it’s 6 PM. I hope Molly has picked out her outfit and brushed her hair. We agreed that she could wear her… Continue reading

Amy Poehler Responded to a Critic of Women’s Sports and It’s Hilarious

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Before I begin, I would like to shout a huge congratulations to the USA Women’s Soccer team on winning the 2015 FIFA World Cup! The immaculate win and incredible World Cup is a… Continue reading

Turmeric Takeover

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Turmeric is a spice that is becoming a household name, and for good reason!  There have been hundreds of studies that have proven that turmeric has more powerful properties and effects than some… Continue reading

A Lesson about Being Yourself from The US Women’s National Team

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When the United States Women’s National Team made it out of World Cup group play, soccer experts the world over shook their heads and said they didn’t think it would be enough. The… Continue reading

How to Build a Personal Brand from Scratch

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Your digital brand can give employers a sense of who you are beyond the flat paper resume, helping them to imagine the talents, passion, and energy that you’d bring to the team. An… Continue reading

Where you Grew Up Matters, Even Today

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All upbringings are not created equal. Let’s talk locations: suburbia verses the inner-city, LA verses NYC. Different? Of course. But, is one better as it pertains to our future adult, social, and professional… Continue reading

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Gives an Amazing Feminist Commencement Speech at Wellesley College

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The inspirational Chimamanda Ngzoi Adichie was Wellesley College’s 2015 Commencement speaker this past May and, of course, she did not disappoint. Decked out in Wellesley College’s colors, the beautiful Adichie presented a motivating… Continue reading

3 Fantastic Ways to Use Periscope to Grow Your Business

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In today’s business, growth relies heavily upon connecting with existing clients and potential customers via the internet and most importantly, social media. There are countless apps and software designed to enhance and improve… Continue reading

Does the American Culture Really Support Working Moms?

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In the recent article written by Emily Peck, Congratulations America, You Support Working Moms! Just Not With Actual Policies, we are reminded just how far behind our American culture is on policies that help not… Continue reading