Charles Arment

“A Day Without a Woman” Would Have Benefitted from a Tagline

By: Charles Arment | March 30, 2017 | 
“A Day Without a Woman” was a response to a host of societal ills. But in order to provide memorable ammunition for generations to come, the messaging needs to be more concise. One way to make it concise and memorable is an unforgettable tagline.
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Corina Manea

How Teamwork Can Boost Your Career

By: Corina Manea | March 23, 2017 | 
Teamwork is crucial for any kind of business. The true power of a team lies in its members working as a team. Corina Manea make the case why it’s better for you and for your company to be a team player
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Laura Petrolino

Career Choice: Find Your Dream Job by Finding Yourself

By: Laura Petrolino | March 13, 2017 | 
Career choice is an evolving process to figure out how you best contribute to the world. Laura Petrolino provides tips to help you do what you love and find a role which fits you best.
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Laura Petrolino

Vacation Time: How to Grow Professionally from Time Away

By: Laura Petrolino | March 6, 2017 | 
You can't bring your best to your job if you don't also take some time away. Vacation time is a needed part of a successful career. Laura Petrolino explains how to grow professionally and improve efficiency through time away from the office
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Mike Wasilewski

It’s Time to Refresh Your Marketing Hiring

By: Mike Wasilewski | February 28, 2017 | 
Building a team with a mix of backgrounds, skills, and career paths takes time, but the ROI is worth it. It leads to better solutions and results for your clients, which in turn drives sales. Mike Wasilewski makes the case for hiring nontraditional candidates
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Gini Dietrich

Five Reasons Communicators are Frustrated and Lonely

By: Gini Dietrich | February 23, 2017 | 
The job of communicators can be frustrating and lonely and there are five reasons that lead to both. Gini Dietrich describes them with hints to improve
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David J.P. Fisher

Seven Simple Steps to Start Writing that Book Now

By: David J.P. Fisher | February 22, 2017 | 
Have you been thinking about writing a book? It's an extremely gratifying experience, and also an incredibly daunting one. It's challenging to sit in front of a blank screen and start knocking out the words. David J.P. Fisher has a step-by-step process to help you become an author
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Gini Dietrich

How to Create a Commitment to Lifelong Learning

By: Gini Dietrich | February 22, 2017 | 
There are three things exceptional entrepreneurs do every day to create a commitment to lifelong learning. Gini Dietrich details each of them so you can do it, too
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Erika Heald

How to Find Your Dream Job

By: Erika Heald | February 14, 2017 | 
How do you find your dream job? Is there a strategy you should use? What exactly is a dream job? This and more are tackled by Erika Heald here
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Michelle Baker

Five Painful Solopreneur Business Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them

By: Michelle Baker | February 8, 2017 | 
Launching a business as a solopreneur is certainly not easy. In your excitement to hit the ground running with your business idea, you tend to overlook common issues which may affect your business before it can reach the height of success. Michelle Baker shares five of the most common challenges
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