Dressing for success….ZOOM style by @KerryHeaps

Its no secret that meetings have changed, so its only natural to reflect that in your wardrobe.  Waist up is where its at and even though you may be broadcasting from home, you still want to always look and present your best.  Here are 5 tips to help you stay stylish, polished, and presentable during […]

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Can Food Sensitivity Trigger Depression and Anxiety?

In this mini-masterclass, Ben Angel shares how getting to the root cause of these symptoms is vital. Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox Stay informed and join our daily newsletter now! February 12, 2021 1 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Entrepreneurship requires us to make fast, concise and clear decisions. […]

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Forget Thongs, These Female Founders Have Created The Most Comfortable Knickers Ever (And They’re Compostable)

We may not use the term ‘knickers’ here in the U.S., but we definitely all own a pair or two and they might even be one of your favorites. But Stripe & Stare founders, Nicola Piercy and Katie Lopes are on a mission to change that by making the most comfortable and sustainable knickers, sleepwear, and loungewear ever.  […]

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Learn to say NO with ease! by @AnuMeera2024

by Anu Bhatnagar Say yes to your dreams. Say NO with ease Do You Wish You Could Say NO more often with ease and without feeling guilty? Do you feel overwhelmed on regular basis and take up tasks and activities which drain you but keep saying yes because you do not want to be seen […]

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Leaders Can Struggle with Boundaries. Here is why it is important to say no. By @AngelaKambouris

by Angela Kambouris Boundaries are to trust like hot water is to a teabag. You cannot make tea if you do not have the fundamentals for it. Likewise, you cannot get a trustworthy relationship if you do not define your own necessities. Boundaries are critical to healthy relationships with partners, friends and even co-workers. So […]

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The Art of Being Scrappy: How To Get What You Want by @KelleeMarlow

by Kellee Marlow Do you ever remember complaining when you were in school about how hard things were, only to have an adult tell you to appreciate your childhood because being an adult is so much harder? Navigating life is scary and challenging. There’s no free pass, no get out of jail free card, and […]

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I invest “30 minutes a week” in a planner! I save time and avoid decision fatigue by @AnuMeera2024

by Anu Bhatnagar What if I told you that doing a weekly meal planning in 30 minutes saved me from decision fatigue, saved  time, gave me a sense of accomplishment and most importantly helped me plan better nutrition. Here is how I do it: Every Friday morning I set aside 30 minutes of uninterrupted time. […]

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You’re Not Crunched for Time, You’re Just Making These 8 Time-Management Mistakes

November 10, 2020 9 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. A couple of weekends ago, I was asked to join a Zoom meeting. My immediate response, “I don’t have time for that.” The thing is, I could have squeezed the event into my schedule. I had to remind myself that, “No, […]

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How to Build Your 2021 Business Strategy in the Face of Uncertainty

November 9, 2020 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Recently, we’ve seen signs that many businesses are reopening during the last quarter of 2020. Yet uncertainty remains. In some states, businesses have reopened in recent weeks only to be told to close or reduce their capacity for customers. It’s becoming […]

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7 Common Entrepreneurial Traps

October 21, 2020 7 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Being an entrepreneur is actually quite dangerous. No, I’m not saying it’s at the level of danger first responders or medical workers on the front lines have to deal with, but hear me out: There are certain pitfalls and traps entrepreneurs can […]

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