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You Lost Your Biggest Client – Now What?

This article originally appeared on The Huffington Post When I was writing this, I initially thought it would be specifically for business owners/entrepreneurs. I realized however, that this applies…

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6 Things I Did to Sabotage My Career and How I Fixed It

Being an entrepreneur is hard work. Being a young entrepreneur is even harder. In fact, being in any workplace as a young person can be extremely challenging when working alongside professionals…

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5 Valuable Things I’ve Learned As a Young Professional

I consider myself to be a mature, responsible, innovative and hard working individual. At age 26, I feel as if I'm exactly where I need to be professionally. Aside from my career, I consider myself…

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Conquer Your Career Fears

We all have career fears. We may not always acknowledge them, but there are triggers and fears that play a role in our successes and failures. Whether you are self-employed, leaving college looking…

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5 Tips for Dealing With Tough Clients

I'll start by expressing my gratitude towards my clients who are wonderful, intelligent and respectful individuals. More than business owners, they are parents, humanitarians, intellects and overall…

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How to Embrace Change Like a Champion

Writing about the things that are close to my heart is so important to me. I want you to know that my most meaningful articles come from a personal place of ups, downs, high and lows. This particular…

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When Technology Loses: 3 Things I Won’t Give Up

Technology is a beautiful reflection of how intelligent, foreword thinking and innovative the human race is. We create technology that saves lives and makes other components of our lifestyle so…

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Measuring Success: Why It’s Time for a Change

In a bustling society driven by technology and to-do lists, we tend to define our successes by how hard we work, what we have to show for it and what our next steps look like. For every individual,…

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I Work From Home: Here’s What Really Happens…

Being a business owner is the best thing in the galaxy. It's freedom, it's stress, it's challenge, it's motivation and it's no pants all day long. Being a business owner doesn't always mean you can…

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7 Easy Tips for Cranking Up Your Facebook Page Engagement

Share great content! Reply to your consumers! We've heard these common suggestions a million times, but with a series of changes brought on by Facebook, businesses have taken a hit in exposure,…

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6 Must-Have Pieces of Advice for College Graduates

Leaving college and entering the workforce is both exciting and terrifying to say the least. The workforce is dramatically different from what it was 10, 20 and 30 years ago when our parents and…

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9 Tips to Make Monday Your Favorite Day of the Week

If you're anything like I used to be, it wouldn't even be noon on Sunday before I started dreading Monday morning. Sure, you're a happy and positive person, and you may even be satisfied with your…

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Why There Is Always Enough Room in Your Industry as a Startup

As a business owner in a highly competitive workforce, there was one constant concern I couldn't seem to shake. I'm all about taking risk where it makes sense, but I also practice caution and common…

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Why Being a Business Owner Made Me Resentful

I started my business a few weeks before I graduated from college. I was just shy of 22 years old, I, and most of my friends around me did not have a job lined up and I knew I needed to figure…

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Why Being Proud of the Little Things You do Will Help You in the Long Run

I can clearly recall sitting in my kindergarten class, learning about goal setting, what that meant, how to set them, and why it was a great habit to get into. Being the exceptional student that I…

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4 Things Every Working Person Needs to Read

Being a business owner, an employee or even an entrepreneur can mean so much more than work and business. It’s a reflection of the mind, the heart, the soul, and the passion that keeps us moving…

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Why Doing the Things You Don’t Want to Do Will Make You a Better Person

We all get it. The tightening in our throats. The small turn in our tummies. Even the instantaneous retreat of every ounce of saliva residing in our mouths (how does that happen, anyways?!) It…

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3 Pieces of Advice for Young Entrepreneurs

I’m 2 months shy of 25 years on this extraordinary earth. I’m employed full time, I teach Zumba 3 nights a week, I’m a dog-mom, girlfriend, daughter, sister, aunt, business owner, and lastly, I am an…

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