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Why Entrepreneurs Need to Put Themselves First

Does your head spin with all that's happening in entrepreneurship these days? Social media, blogs, articles, forums, workshops... Do all the opportunities to learn, grow and improve yourself leave you feeling, well, overwhelmed? Young, keen...

Lessons on Being an Entrepreneur With a Toddler In Tow

"Mama, mama, MAMA, MAMAAAAAAA" Bam, bam, bam. That was the sound of my then 1-year-old daughter screaming at the top of her lungs while pounding on the bedroom door I was hiding in. She had her mommy radar on and had found me. It was my first few...

Master These 14 Typical Interview Questions

First impressions are everything, and making a good one during a job interview can very well snag you the job of your dreams. Interviews can be nerve-racking, especially if it's for a job you really want. The only way to calm your nerves is to do...

4 Success Tips From Nanette Lepore

It seems like a task only a superhero can accomplish — raising a family and advancing at work at the same time. But, you shouldn't let the fear hold you back, said fashion designer Nanette Lepore during a Google+ Hangout with ShopStyle. Below are...

Why I’m Glad I Was Laid Off

Have you been canned in a company downsizing? Do you have your resignation letter ready to go, peppered with a top 10 list of “Things That Are Wrong With My Boss”? Or are you just so fed up with your underappreciated role in an unchallenging job...

10 Easy-to-Fix Cover Letter Mistakes

I have yet to meet a job hunter who doesn't dread writing cover letters. They're time-consuming and tedious, and unfortunately, they're unavoidable. It's easy to break cover letter etiquette if you're not careful. Those errors can cost you the...

A Labor of Love

With Suntegrity, Tricia Trimble memorializes her mother while helping others prevent skin cancer.

My 7 Year Old, The Closer

Sales lessons from our family toy sale

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