Category Archive: Business & Career

TashiTalk: Risking It All To Do What You Love

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As law school graduation approached, the startup venture I had been building and working on for the past three years was not only losing money on an hourly basis, but user growth had… Continue reading

Happy National Friendship Day!

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Sharing Some Truth Bombs with Your Friends If they were not already inspiring and hilarious, Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome are celebrating National Friendship Day (August 3, 2014) with the premiere of their… Continue reading

Beach Bum Networking: 5 Tips You Need To Know This Summer #TashiTalk

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Summer days are finally here. With long weekends in the Hamptons, picnics in Central Park and happy hours celebrating warm nights happening all around the city, work seems to be the last thing… Continue reading

At The Harvard Innovation Lab Half Of The Great Ideas Come From Women

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No doubt you know how little venture capital funding goes to female founders, in part because so few VCs are women. And that women are less likely to start companies, less likely to… Continue reading

Celebrating the Most Active Women as Board Members

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As you grow in your career, it is important to continue aspiring to grow your own career. It is exciting to see how well represented women are as board members and even more… Continue reading

Health Startup Helps Women Get Easy Answers to Tough Questions

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    Is peeing after intercourse really going to help me prevent a urinary tract infection? How do I tell him I don’t want to have sex without making him lose interest in… Continue reading

Five Things I Wish I’d Known before Working in Journalism

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Last April, I applied for and received the position of news section editor for my university’s newspaper. It’s been quite the adventure, to say the least. Here are five things I wish I’d… Continue reading

Winning in Life with Pat Summitt

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Lewis Howes asks the question “what is your definition of greatness” to all his interviewees. We all have greatness in us, and some show it more than others. Pat Summitt was a woman… Continue reading

Why I’m Done Being A ‘Nice Girl’

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I do not plan to be a nice person this year. I’ve made a lot of friends by being friendly and uncontroversial toward everyone I meet — in short, by being nice. For… Continue reading

America’s First Offshore Wind Farms: Block Island and The Cape Wind Project

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As the years progress, energy saving, and alternative ways to obtain energy, are crucial for the survival of humanity and our beautiful home called Mother Earth. With hybrid cars, solar panels, and weighing… Continue reading