31 Aug
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7 Ways To Cope With Big Changes In Your Life.

The one constant thing in life is change. That doesn’t mean we get used to it or fully embrace it, though. Here are 7 tips for coping with big changes in your life and coming out a better person for it.  1.  Acknowledge things are changing. Sometimes we get so caught up in fighting change […]

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28 Aug
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What to Do When Your Boss Won’t Advocate for You.

Having a great boss is a potentially life-changing gift. On the other hand, many of us know firsthand that having a bad boss can cause a lot of drama, headaches, and stress. While it’s easy to love the great bosses and flee the bad ones, there’s one kind of boss that’s much less straightforward to navigate: the boss who […]

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10 Aug
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Career Advice From Four Successful Women.

Jessica Kleiman: “I find that good advice is needed at every juncture of one’s career — whether just starting out or having climbed up the proverbial ladder of success. Having co-written a book of career advice, Be Your Own Best Publicist: How to Use PR Techniques to Get Noticed, Hired and Rewarded at Work, I not only […]

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08 Aug
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5 Ways to Ensure a Healthy Friendship

Numerous studies, relationship experts and even ancient philosophers have all come to the same conclusion: strong social ties are one of the keys to happiness. And, friendships may also be the best medicine for our physical and mental health. A 2005 Australian study found that strong social networks are also likely to increase longevity. So, […]

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19 Jun
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Four Things Successful Women in Marketing Do

For women in marketing leadership roles, the trajectory to success looks different, with only 25% of executive management roles held by women for most industry subsectors (a subset that includes media and creative agencies, advertising, ad tech, and more). Women who advocate for themselves professionally are disproportionately perceived as “demanding” compared to their quieter counterparts. These observations, coupled with […]

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