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My 7 Year Old, The Closer

Sales lessons from our family toy sale

Is There a Right Way to Fire Someone?

I recently became COO at my firm, which is exciting. But my job now includes HR, and my boss wants to fire an underperforming employee who has small children. I’ve never worked in HR before, and I’m really uncomfortable with this. What is the...

6 Tips For Politely Requesting a Job Referral

Whether you're unemployed or supported by a regular paycheck, job hunting and blindly sending out résumés can be a tiring and frustrating experience. So when the career gods smile in your direction and provide your dream position at a company...

6 Signs Your Job Might Be in Jeopardy

We’ve all experienced it at some point or another in our careers: New management comes in, and suddenly a surge of closed-door meetings has the office buzzing. Or a new boss is hired, and you quickly sense tension throughout your department....

The Secrets of My Success

Meet Kate White, former editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine (and three other major publications before that). On top of an impressive 14-year tenure at Cosmo — where she grew their readership by 700,000 and solidified the magazine’s spot as...

Tutoring Without the Scheduling

With InstaEDU, Alison Johnston Rue helps students get affordable academic help the moment they need it.

Women 2.0 Is Happening in November – Are You Going?

Don’t underestimate the value of conferences. When you’re building a business, you should attend as many as you can fit into your schedule. Take for example Women 2.0, started by entrepreneur Shaherose Charania, for aspiring women technology...

Why I Chose a “Slash” Career

Jessica Alba: Entrepreneur/Author/Actress When I left my job to become a full-time freelance writer in 2001, other freelancers warned me: The business can be “feast or famine,” and it can get a little lonely working all by yourself. Within the...

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