Category: Inspiration

7 Ways to Be More Influential by @eMakeitHappen

by Emily Worden | Featured Contributor  When I say “influence,” what words come to mind? I think of persuasion, leadership, magnetism, and power. I believe when you’re influential, you easily command attention and people handily agree with you. That’s actually only half the definition. In truth, influence isn’t so much about convincing people you’re right, […]

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Waterproof Mascara – I Am The Face Of Depression Campaign by @CasieEllison

by Casie Ellison I once went three weeks without taking a shower; wearing the same hoodie and jeans to work every single day. I was helpless, hopeless, felt worthless, and beginning my very long battle with the monster called depression. I allowed depression to beat my self-esteem from confident to non-existent. I almost lost my […]

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Sometimes Work Interferes With Life—It Shouldn’t Be the Other Way Around by @hkterry1

by Heather K. Terry | Featured Contributor This past week, I’ve been busy planning an international business trip that, truth be told, I don’t really feel much like going on. Not because I don’t love the notion of just flying off to Peru, but because I have to leave my baby behind. Granted, she will […]

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How to speak to your Guests’ PAIN POINT when it really really hurts – Do’s and Don’ts by @humblyhuman

by Judy Yaron PhD | Featured Contributor They say that effective Marketing is about providing a solution to your Guest’s PAIN POINT. When the PAIN POINT is emotionally stressful, when it’s gnawing at the core of one’s being, which is so often the case with products related to personal development, well-being and even entrepreneurship, speaking to IT can […]

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

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 […]

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Why Women Must Own It: Communicating Confidence in the Boardroom and Beyond by @wsrapport

by Karima Mariama-Arthur | Featured Contributor In business, communicating confidence is currency—it’s quantifiable and can translate huge dividends for those willing to brandish a little bit of old-fashion moxie. Now, while this notion has traditionally worked for men, it hasn’t always been such a sure bet for women. In a recent Bloomberg interview, BBC World […]

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5 Traits for Entrepreneurial Survival by @SandraDawes

by Sandra Dawes  | Featured Contributor It’s been a year since I left my full-time job in order to pursue my passion as an entrepreneur.  The journey so far has been quite the ride!  There have been up and downs, but I have no regrets about the decision I made.  There’s nothing that has been […]

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Can a Woman Have It All? That Depends by @hkterry1

by Heather K. Terry | Featured Contributor A morning news program I recently watched featured an interesting discussion about comments made by a high-powered female executive regarding balance of career and motherhood. This woman is the CEO of one of the most recognizable brands in the world, and she was so bold as to suggest […]

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Telling Me My Whole Life Was A Mistake Wasn’t The Best Way To Gain My TRUST. How Do YOU Build TRUST With Your Tribe?

by Judy Yaron PhD | Featured Contributor 1981. I was pushing 30: multi-talented, multi-passionate, with a university degree, a husband, two children, a dog and … I was totally lost. A year or so earlier I quit a Graduate program in Literature for the second time (with two littlies, a job, and a husband, working and […]

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Sing It Girl! by @4workingartists

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 […]

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