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4 Ways to Get a Job While Still Employed: Part Two

4 Ways to Get a Job While Still Employed: Part Two

Write a cover letter specific to each job to which you are applying. This takes extra time to do and makes the task of applying for jobs more burdensome, but when a hiring manager sees that you addressed a letter directly to him/her for a specific job, it shows...
4 Ways to Get a Job While Still Employed: Part One

4 Ways to Get a Job While Still Employed: Part One

Part One: Nail the Resume Getting a new job seems like a nightmare for people. Finding a job while you are employed seems even more daunting. Let’s use a fictional friend, Nancy, to help us navigate this sometimes discouraging task. Nancy is employed and has been...
Historic Women in Business: A Profile of Mary Kay Ash

Historic Women in Business: A Profile of Mary Kay Ash

Mary Kay Ash is one of the most unique, iconic businesswoman of this country. She was one of the most well-known early women entrepreneurs. Her savviness with sales techniques and her ability to build a successful company out of money created new opportunities for...
No Need to Apologize: Let’s Stop Saying Sorry

No Need to Apologize: Let’s Stop Saying Sorry

You hear it all the time. You know – it’s that exchange where, say, a man accidentally rolls over a woman’s foot with the wheel of his shopping cart in the grocery store, and instead of the conversation going like this: Man: I’m sorry for...
Warren Buffett’s Progressive Stance on Women in Business

Warren Buffett’s Progressive Stance on Women in Business

During the highly-publicized United State of Women Summit, organized by the White House and held in Washington, DC earlier this month, billionaire Warren Buffett once again proved that he is a staunch advocate of women’s rights while speaking on a panel moderated by...
Why Don’t Women Negotiate For Themselves?

Why Don’t Women Negotiate For Themselves?

With all of the impressive professional achievements women have made in the short time we’ve been in the workplace, it’s hard to believe that we are still lagging behind our male counterparts in salary, promotions and self-advocacy. Unfortunately, this happens to be...
Homeowning Millennials Take Suburbia By Storm

Homeowning Millennials Take Suburbia By Storm

Millennials now comprise a full one-third of home buyers in the United States, making them the biggest segment of buyers in the country. And while past reports have posited that the rise of the Millennial home buyer will spell out the demise of suburbia, new research...
The Meteoric Rise of Female Entrepreneurs in New York City

The Meteoric Rise of Female Entrepreneurs in New York City

It’s an exciting time in America for female entrepreneurs, and according to a study released this week by the Center for Urban Future, this is especially true for female entrepreneurs in New York City. In this study, titled “Breaking Through: The Economic Impact of...
Multipliers: What They Are and How to Become One

Multipliers: What They Are and How to Become One

Throughout my career, I have been lucky enough to learn at the hands of mentors who have imparted invaluable wisdom to me and helped me grow both professionally and personally. As a result, a professional goal of mine has always been to support my colleagues and...