Marketing Requires Good Communication Skills by @BevMahone

by Beverly Mahone Whether you’re marketing a business, product, or yourself, the number one skill you must have is the ability to communicate effectively. You can offer a dynamic product or service but if you can’t articulate a strong message to back up your claims or have an influential sales pitch, you’ll always be just […]

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How to Get The Right Engagement on Instagram

As in, the kind that really moves the needle! Are you getting the right engagement on Instagram? by Laura Gatsos Young Are you struggling to get the right engagement on Instagram? Your posts might get some likes and a few one-liners in the comments, but so far, your hard work on IG isn’t moving the […]

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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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Tall Poppy Syndrome Is No Bed Of Roses

by Mardi Winder-Adams  While you may not be familiar with Tall Poppy Syndrome, it is a common issue in most workplaces. Tall Poppy Syndrome can occur within any organization or company. It is commonly associated with women in the workforce, but it can also impact men. Specifically, this is a set of behaviors that negate […]

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11 Insights That Align Your Goals To Your Passions by @coachlorimcneil

by Lori McNeil  Let’s face it. There are thousands of ways that we can achieve our goals. Each of us have a passion to arrive, become, or create. The most beautiful thing in the world of business is when we align our goals to our passions because only then will we achieve something, become someone, […]

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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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How is Your Business Culture? by @XLConsultingGro

So how is your business culture? This has been a chaotic year.  It has been so hard to juggle life and work.  Many businesses have most of their workforce working from home.    It’s probably time to evaluate how your team is doing and how you can support them.   Did you know most people leave […]

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The Hidden Cost of Top Promotions For Women Leaders

Women struggle to find a place amongst the C-suite positions in companies of all sizes and across all industries. In the United States, women account for less than ten percent of CEOs at Fortune 500 companies, which is a staggering level of inequality. While the fight for equality in upper-level management in any organization is […]

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Are You An Inclusive Leader? Here are Three Questions Every CEO Should Ask Themselves by @Colleen_Batch

When I first tried to create an inclusive company, I thought I was doing everything right. After all, I opened up the office, got rid of the cubicles, and carved out time in morning meetings for group yoga and deep breathing. Wasn’t that all I needed to do?  I thought that if I built it, […]

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Dealing With Financial Survivors Guilt by Ashley Agnew of @Centerpoint_Now

by Ashley Agnew Working hard to maintain secure employment in a successful position takes years of overcoming obstacles, often with delayed rewards. Professional success, especially in our culture, is something to be proud of. Despite the natural progression of being proud of rewards that are earned through hard work, many are faced with the challenge […]

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