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What You Need to Know Today

Here's what we're reading right now: Marissa Mayer reminds her investors that she’s doing a stellar job — so back the hell off (Fortune) Watch a bunch of little girls (dressed as princesses) drop f-bombs for feminism (Vimeo) George Osborne, the...

Master the Art of the Lunch Date

For years, I was an editor at top magazines, which is great training ground for the obvious skills of writing and editing. But over the course of my career, I was also “trained” in the not-so-obvious art of the perfect lunch date. Done well, a...

4 Tips for Starting a Business When You Have Student Loans

Looking to start your own business, but still have student loans to pay off? These 4 tips could help you toward entrepreneurial success!

4 Secrets to Kicking Ass at Work

You can probably think of plenty of qualities you need to be successful at work: focus, hard work, good relationships with co-workers, original thinking — the list goes on and on. But all of those attributes share a common, perhaps surprising,...

What I Wish I Knew Before I Became a Working Mom

When I was pregnant with my son six years ago, I read all the books, registered for all the gear, took a childbirth class. But not one piece of information I devoured talked about how to prepare to be a working mom. “You just do it,” was the most...

9 Productivity Apps You Need Now

Staying attuned to your workflow and on top of multiple tasks is key to making the most of your workday. While the classic to-do list can be efficient, some days easily trample traditional pen and paper, leaving it a scribbled mess with extra...

7 Secrets of Incredibly Productive People

1. They Make To-Do Lists All productive people swear by their to-do lists. They help you organize your day and understand what you need to accomplish. There are many different ways to execute a to-do list, from electronic apps to scraps of paper....

Why Women Are Leaving the Workplace in Record Numbers

According to the most recent Bureau of Labor statistics report, the percentage of women employed or actively seeking work dropped to 56.7 percent last month, the lowest rate since 1988. Critics blame misdirected millennials. Optimists point to...

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