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Why You’ll Find Your True Happiness as an Entrepreneur in the Most Unlikely of Places

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by Lauren Lambie I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move. – Robert Louis Stevenson I read this quote the other day and it reminded me about a little known and quirky fact about myself. You see, I love airports. Much to the…

3 Ways Small Businesses Can Use Google+ To Grow Their Audience Online by @SandySidhu

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by Sandy Sidhu Google+ is the latest social media platform to get the attention in the online marketing space. However, it tends to polarize people: many love it while many love to hate it. Why is that? Some say that Google is late to the game and that it can’t catch up to Facebook. Others…

3 Critical Skills for Entrepreneurial Success by @artistsedge

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by Debra Russell | Featured Contributor In my 13+ years of business coaching, I’ve worked with entrepreneurs and small business owners from many industries, though my specialty is in the Arts & Entertainment industry. As a result, I’ve come to 2 conclusions: Not all people are cut out to be entrepreneurs / business owners Talent…

The 9 Best Social Media Practices for Those Beginners NOT like the others by @DrFayMaureen -A Three Part Series

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by Dr. Fay Maureen Butler Best Practices 4-6 This article is the second installment in this series. If you have not read the first one click here. By way of review The best practices lists are good, but they don’t always address timing of when to do what especially when you have a unique set…

Empowering Intelligent, Confident, Independent Women to Take Back Their Power

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by Shirani M. Pathak, LCSW One of my passions in life is to help empower women. As women, we can sometimes have a tendency to give away our power, and then our sense of self-worth relies on other people. It relies on our parents, our partners, our children, our bosses, our friends, our hair dresser,…

Sing It Girl! by @4workingartists

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by Crista Cloutier Studies show that 60% of Americans fully regret their career choice. Are you part of that majority? I once had a thriving career in the glamorous world of contemporary art. I was an international art dealer, I was the head of a renowned studio where I worked with significant artists and ran…

Entrepreneurship and Business, Sales & Marketing, Personal Branding by @eleanorbeaton

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by Eleanor Beaton   Five Seconds. That’s about how much time it takes for someone you’ve just met to decide whether or not she can trust you. Which means that by the time you’ve said your name, started your talk, or launched into your presentation, you’ve either won the room over or left it cold….

Stop the Productivity Killers! Stressed, Distracted and Unorganized by @lieshapetrovich

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by Liesha Petrovich You’re on a tight deadline, and need to be at the top of your game. But you can’t seem to think or focus on anything. Stress is your new BFF. Why you are distracted isn’t the issue. The real issue is that life happens. And you still have to work. So you…

4 Ways to Get More Twitter Followers Now by @_TeriHarrison

by Teri Harrison We can all remember that moment…when we took the plunge and officially joined the “Twitter-verse.” It felt so good to add one more notch to your social media belts. But then, reality set in. You had zero followers and someone else had thousands. You began to ponder that equation. How did they…

10 Tips to Avoid Burn Out For The Self-Employed Super-Woman by @AnnaMadeItMe

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by Anna Jorgensen 1. Set boundaries. • With Clients. The best way to reduce redundant contact is to come out of the gate with The Expectation Plan. Letting clients know up front what to expect and how we work not only wins professional accolades, it reduces a cache of unnecessary communication. • With Family/Friends. Women…