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Wisdom from Experience: How Seasoned Business Owners Do It

August 30, 2021  
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Wisdom from Experience: How Seasoned Business Owners Do It

By Amber Ramsey — Self-employed business owners who have been around for a while develop an understanding of the best ways to conduct business. While there is no universal truth when it comes to the best way to run your specific company, it can be useful to learn from those who have weathered the storms of […]

Organizing Your Life: The Best DIY Closet Systems

August 24, 2021  
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Organizing Your Life: The Best DIY Closet Systems

“For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned.” – Benjamin Franklin As someone who knows a thing or two about being productive, Benjamin Franklin knew how to spend his time efficiently as an inventor and holder of many other important titles in his lifetime. It’s no secret that tidying up and being organized can […]

5 Things to Learn Before Launching a Small Business

July 28, 2021  
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5 Things to Learn Before Launching a Small Business

By Amber Ramsey — While it’s true that you don’t need special schooling to become an entrepreneur, a formal business education can give you a head start. As a first-time entrepreneur, furthering your education will help you develop the business skills you need to launch a strong startup and grow your venture into a thriving […]

11 Ways on How to Get Out of a Negative Headspace

December 15, 2020  
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11 Ways on How to Get Out of a Negative Headspace

Whether we like it or not, we’re all products of nature and nurture. Our way of thinking and behavior are determined by the environment we grew up in, what we’re constantly surrounded by, as well as our genetic makeup. Though we can’t go back and change the past or who we are, thankfully there are […]

5 Tips to Help Women Thrive in the Workplace

October 5, 2020  
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5 Tips to Help Women Thrive in the  Workplace

By Gloria Martinez — While women have made significant gains when it comes to equality in professional opportunities, they still face many challenges in the workplace. This is especially true for women working in male-dominated industries. While there are some barriers to success that you cannot control, taking action to position yourself as a strong and […]

Appreciating Cultural Diversity: 5 Ways It Promotes Self-Growth

September 14, 2020  
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Appreciating Cultural Diversity: 5 Ways It Promotes Self-Growth

Imagine how dull and monotonous life would be if every country and human being were identical to each other. Forget about wanderlust since travel wouldn’t be much of an inspiration and hit movies like Parasite, Amelie, Coco, or Moana wouldn’t have materialized. Appreciating cultural diversity means valuing, respecting and enjoying cultures different from our own. […]

Diligent Work Ethic: 7 Reasons Why You Should Do Your Job Well

February 24, 2020  
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Diligent Work Ethic: 7 Reasons Why You Should Do Your Job Well

In a world of bad bosses, little pay, boring work or colleagues you don’t get along with, there’s always something that stops you from doing and trying your very best at work. But when you have a reason or goal to look forward to, it can make all the difference. Here are 7 reasons why […]

Avoid the Void in Your Daily Living: How to Live Life to the Fullest

December 27, 2017  
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Avoid the Void in Your Daily Living: How to Live Life to the Fullest

Ever get the feeling like something’s missing in your life even though your schedule is packed back to back with social gatherings and activities after work and weekends? Or maybe you have loads of extra time and don’t know how to use it. Living life to the fullest starts with reshaping the way you think […]

The Top 5 Traits of Highly Successful People

June 4, 2016  
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The Top 5 Traits of Highly Successful People

We all know that feeling when our mind and heart want to do something but the action doesn’t follow—setting your alarm to 5am, when reality is 7am; telling yourself you’re going to work out everyday, when it’s actually once a month or none; committing to start a new venture, only to realize that it’s already […]

Packing Lunch for Work: 5 Unique Ideas That Don’t Include Sandwiches

June 23, 2015  
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Packing Lunch for Work: 5 Unique Ideas That Don’t Include Sandwiches

Most of us spend on average 40 hours a week at work. But when your lunches are composed mostly of meals that come from your nearest fast food joint, it can take a toll on your body and/or your wallet in the long run. Better to spend those extra calories and cash during social gatherings or […]

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