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7 Ways to Define and Achieve Work-Life Balance in the Real World

7 Ways to Define and Achieve Work-Life Balance

One big concern for many of us today is how to balance, or integrate, our personal and work lives—whether we’re running a business, creating a business or working in a demanding job. We tell some fascinating stories around this particular topic. Small business owners and solopreneurs tell me they need to hustle all the time […]

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5 Ways to Advance Your Career During the Holidays

5 Ways to Advance Your Career During the Holidays

From the very first moment you step your foot out of college, with a graduation diploma under your arm, you’re focused on your career. Whether it’s just the beginning or you’ve advanced to a certain point already, the career path is a never-ending one. In order to move further you have to improve and advance […]

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Entrepreneurial Life: A Fearless Roller Coaster Journey

Entrepreneurial Life: A Fearless Roller Coaster Journey

I always knew that I wanted to be an entrepreneur, always! My background is in the hospitality industry and when I was younger, I was dreaming about having my own restaurant, running things the way that I want, acting and being present on all fronts. I have had a few attempts where I partnered with […]

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Feeling Stuck in the Corporate World? A Creative Career Could Be The Answer

Feeling Stuck in the Corporate World? A Creative CAreer Could Be The Answer

Do you feel stuck in your current career? Are you looking for a way to turn your passion into your career? Is your call center or data entry job making your 9 to 5 day feel more like 9 to 9? Do you wish that you could create something that is your very own during […]

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What Women Need to Know Before Pursuing a Career in Law

What Women Need To Know Before Pursuing a Career in Law

Law can be one of the most rewarding fields in which to work. You get the chance to help people and have a positive impact on your community. And there is also the material aspect of it. Lawyers have some of the most well-paid jobs in the US. It is also a highly competitive field. […]

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Why an Internship is Your Shortcut Into a World of Success

Why an Internship if Your Shortcut Into a World of Success

Working primarily to gain experience may not sound so great for some, but an internship can be the first essential step to land a great job. When you engage in your desired industry and work for a company as an intern, you show your dedication to that career and enthusiasm for the job. Dedication and […]

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4 Signs That It’s Time for a Promotion

4 Signs That It's Time for a Promotion

A fatter paycheque, a swankier office, an assistant to delegate all that boring paperwork to—it’s no wonder that many of us would love to get a promotion. Unfortunately, our bosses often seem oblivious to our high-powered needs. The solution? Stop waiting for them to make the first move and ask them to promote you. It […]

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3-Point Guide to Reducing Professional Stress

3-Point Guide to Reducing Professional Stress

Without question, the pace of your professional progress is directly tied to job-related stress and how you cope with it. Understandably, competition for high-paying, purposeful jobs, along with joining a company with an inspiring mission statement, is at a fever pitch. The reality is, when you attain the position of your dreams, you are also […]

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The Benefits Of Online Life Coaching

The Benefits of Online Life Coaching

The internet has forever changed our lives in the way we communicate with each other and help each other. In fact, online communication has opened up possibilities that were previously not available to us. You’ve probably heard of online therapy, well, online life coaching is a similar concept in the sense where you are getting […]

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Wantrepreneur: Do You Have What it Takes to Be Your Own Boss?

Wantrepreneur: Do You Have What it Takes?

Earlier this year I published a book: “Wantrepreneur: Do You Have What it Takes to be an Entrepreneur?” In the book I defined a term “wantrepreneur.” Although this term has been used in the past in some circles – usually by entrepreneurs who have a tendency to look down on the “wantres” because, in their […]

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