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  1. 6 Things You Must Quit Doing Now To Be More Successful

    By Dr. Travis Bradberry

    Most of us grew up hearing the mantra “Don’t be a quitter,” and we’ve internalized it to the point where we feel guilty even if we don’t finish a book that’s boring us to death. Our …

  2. 15 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch Out For in 2017

    Featured in: Inc. Magazine

    Each year, attention turns to the entrepreneurs making the biggest impact, whether they’re changing the world or improving the way consumers live and work each day. In 2017, women are emerging as a major force in …

  3. How to Speak Up: A Confident Woman’s Guide to Meetings

    Featured in: Leadership & Management, Professional Women, Public Speaking & Presenting

    It happens too often. Women I work with – smart, talented, self-possessed rockstars – fading into the background in meetings. It’s a combination of factors. We’re conditioned to be …

  4. 10 Good Reasons Why I Won’t Hire You

    By: Chere E.

    There comes a time in your career where you just have to expand. That’s my advice. I’ve given that little no-brainer out since I started leading seminars years ago. I decided it’s time to take my own …

  5. Don’t Be Afraid to Negotiate Your Salary

    Review by Bill Westcott

    In an economy that makes many professional women happy to even have a job it can come as a surprise that experts recommend that women not be afraid to negotiate with their bosses for increased pay. …

  6. The Best Way to Be More Confident

    By: Jeff Haden

    Maybe it’s public speaking or pitching investors.  Whatever makes you weak in the knees–next time it happens, try this.

    Confidence is not something you either have or you don’t.

    Take me. Stick me on a bicycle at …

  7. Prudential Financial Experience & Behaviors among Women 2010-2011

    Women are not confident about making financial decisions and do not fully understand (!) increasingly sophisticated financial products.

    Overall, 95% indicate that they are involved with household financial decisions and 25% are the primary decision makers, while 84% of married …