Category Archive: Business & Career

Want to Build a Great Career? Start with Your Community.

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If you were to search the Internet for advice on how to build a successful career, you’d find all kinds of different tips. Some would focus on the importance of personal branding, others… Continue reading

#MondayMotivation: Getting Up After Failing Is Life-Changing

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The most important day of my life was the day my legs could no longer support my own body weight. The lens that I saw my world through shattered. No longer was I… Continue reading

A Love-Hate Relationship: Business Travel

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The love-hate relationship that everyone faces as a rising professional is the one with travel. At first it is exciting and thrilling to be on the road. You get to see the country,… Continue reading

Work It Wednesdays: From Formal to Casual in the Office

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Meeting With The Boss: When it comes to dressing for work, I keep with the classic silhouettes. Erring on the side of being boring, I always look for pieces with some embellishment. A… Continue reading

Resolutions, Goals and Bucket Lists: What Works and What Doesn’t

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New Years resolutions.  We have all made them and have all broken them.  Whether you want to lose weight or quit smoking, it can be tough to stick to a rigid timeline once the… Continue reading

The 5 best job hunting tips in 2016

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If you’ve set out to make 2016 the year you land your ultimate career, then you’ll definitely have to work on crafting a solid job hunting strategy. Landing that job you love requires smart approach,… Continue reading

WORKPLACE CULTURE: personifying the human voice through EC and EI

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  Culture, a perceived-to-be, disguisable, in-the-moment, trendy buzzword, infiltrates the small business, organizational and corporate space. This word often saturates titles and headlines of articles having little to do with diction and more… Continue reading

EMPATHY AT WORK: BRENÉ BROWN VIDEO ANIMATION

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The jury is in on emotional intelligence. It’s not just a buzzword. Ninety-two percent of the company executives surveyed in our recent study reported that culture skills are as important as — if not more important than— technical… Continue reading

HOW I MADE MY CAREER CHANGE, IN FIVE ACTIONABLE STEPS

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Resolutions are notoriously hard to keep. It was January 1, the first day of 2014. I stood around the counter in my grandmother’s kitchen, chatting with my family members about what we hoped… Continue reading

The Morning Ritual of 2016

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For all of you looking to start 2016 off right, I have a few questions for you? What are you doing for your health? How do you start your day? The second question… Continue reading