Tag Archive: Career

The “I did” List

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You all know the feeling: Your alarm goes off like a stock market bell clanging in your head. Instantly, like Wall Street floor traders, various items of your “to do” list swarm into your… Continue reading

How to Tell a Story that will Deeply Impact Your Career

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One of my earliest memories as a child was looking out through the window of my family’s second story apartment and watching birds take-off from the window ledge. I was fascinated by how… Continue reading

10 Steps to Leading a Brainstorming Session that Works

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Brainstorming sessions are breeding ground for idea generation. Invented in the 1930s by advertising executive Alex Osborn, brainstorming was initially coined “thinking up.” In encouraging unhampered, spur-of-the-moment thoughts, Osborn hoped to break the conventional meeting mold that… Continue reading

Meet Crimson Hexagon’s CEO Stephanie Newby

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Stephanie Newby is the CEO of Crimson Hexagon, a big data social media analytics firm at which the author is currently working. She is also the founder of Golden Seeds, an angel investor… Continue reading

YouTube CEO, Susan Wojcicki, Explains Why Paid Maternity Leave Is Good for Business

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Susan Wojcicki, the CEO of YouTube explains why paid maternity leave is good for business in her most recently published article in the Wall Street Journal. She propels this issue to the forefront of our minds… Continue reading

Positive Parenting this Winter: Keep Sick Kids at Home

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Winter Woes. With all the recent snow in the Northeast, it is not easy being a career mama and trying to get to and from work, manage school closings and then on top… Continue reading

Kristen Ingersoll: Fashion & Entertainment Director At Hearst Corporation

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I sat down with Kristen Ingersoll for lunch at Brasserie Cognac in New York City during New York Fashion Week to learn more about her career path and her advice for young women… Continue reading

Hiring a Working Mom, Myth vs. Reality

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We often wonder, how did working mothers get the reputation for being unreliable?  A simple answer to this question is; too many assumptions!  With an increasing amount of moms in the workforce today, these… Continue reading

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

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