The Beauty of Female Friendships

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I stumbled across this article and found it pretty interesting. It is different celebrities and their take on female friendships. It brought me to thinking how much our female friendships can impact us.… Continue reading

Business Lessons Inspired by Harry Potter

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Feeling successful can be difficult sometimes. Maybe you didn’t get the promotion you were working toward, or you are in the middle of trying to change jobs. Maybe you’re working a “traditional” 9… Continue reading

3 Steps to Get Press for your Startup (On a budget)

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It boggles my mind that I still receive templated emails.  Have you ever seen an email that starts like this? ‘Hello Sir/Madam – We are a technology company specializing in products like yours… Continue reading

Viola Davis Makes History as First Black Woman to Win Lead Actress Emmy

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History was made on September 20th during the 67th annual Emmy Awards when Viola Davis became the first black woman to take home the Outstanding Lead Actress Emmy. Davis was awarded this Emmy… 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

The 3 Main Differences Between Lifestyle Businesses and Startups

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A business is a business, right? Wrong! Businesses can take on many forms, but of late, the most popular are Startups and Lifestyle Businesses. This article delves into the three main differences between… Continue reading

3 Ways to Start Building Your Community Today

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Let’s face it, community is everything. We all need to feel a sense of belonging. Interacting with others is the best way to grow and to be happy. Having a place where people… Continue reading

2015 Working Mother 100 Best Companies

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The 30th class of winning companies has raised the bar higher than ever when it comes to supporting parents: New moms get an average of eight weeks of fully paid maternity leave, three… Continue reading

How to be a Good Roommate

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One of the main rites of passage of being in your twenties, starting in college, is learning to live with a roommate. Gone are the days of daily family dinners, Mama helping with… Continue reading

The Dapper Chicks ‘Suit Up’ in New York

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A new women’s equality group is making waves on social media and gaining notice by the day. Who are they? The Dapper Chicks of New York, or DCNY. Comprised of seven women, DCNY… Continue reading