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The Faces Of Shame @AngeKYoumatter

by Angela Kambouris | Featured Contributor The digital world has given a voice to the people on a scale never seen before. At its worst, it is a weapon of mass destruction. The digital world has amplified slander, intensified bullying and masticated reputations like a lion chewing a piece of meat.  Shaming has become a digital […]

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3 Easy Steps to Getting Our Work Done When Our Kids Are Home for the Summer by @ChristyCareer

by Christy Williams | Featured Contributor Whether you are starting your business from scratch, working from home as a freelancer, or have a traditional, full-time job outside the home, there is one thing we all have in common – when the kids are home from school for the summer, we suddenly have much more on […]

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The Art Of Letting Go by @ANGEKYOUMATTER

by Angela Kambouris | Featured Contributor Have you ever been in that moment listening to the grinding replay of what was said or done, looping over and over in your head? Mastering the art of letting go comes from years of practice. One of the greatest tragedies of human behavior is seeing grown men and women […]

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Career Coaching Ourselves When It’s Time to Consider Plan B – Or C and D by @ChristyCareer

by Christy Williams | Featured Contributor What do you do when Plan A isn’t working out the way you expected it to – or even hoped it would? Go on to Plan B, right? But what if Plan B isn’t working out the way you’d hoped either? What if all those side hustles you’ve been […]

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The Downside of Figuring out What You Love to Do for Work by @ChristyCareer

by Christy Williams | Featured Contributor A young friend of mine just contacted me to let me know that he received two jobs offers before he has even graduated from college — and he picked the one that is what he really wants to do for work instead of the one that everyone thinks he’d […]

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5 Co-Working Spaces for Women That I Wish Were in My Town by @ChristyCareer

by Christy Williams | Featured Contributor Working for myself has afforded me a lot of freedom. Thank goodness, because if I were to have a personal tagline, it would probably be, “You’re not the boss of me.” I love the freedom I have to work from anywhere, and control my own schedule – you know, […]

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Meaningful Work We Can Do From Home? This Entrepreneur Is Making It Happen—And Saving the Environment at the Same Time by @ChristyCareer

by Christy Williams | Featured Contributor She’s been called the queen of remote work. And she knows that finding meaningful work that actually fits in with our lives and allows us the flexibility we need on a daily basis can feel almost impossible. She would also be the first person to tell you that it’s […]

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It’s 2018, Corporate America—Why Aren’t There More Flexible And Remote Work Options? by @ChristyCareer

by Christy Williams | Featured Contributor I am shocked that we still don’t have more flexibility in America in 2018. Maybe my head has been buried in the sand. Or maybe it’s just because I’ve worked for a company that is so committed to helping people find the flexible jobs they need, that I thought […]

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4 Reasons Why You Should Stop With the Comparisons by @karen_doniere

by Karen Doniere | Featured Contributor I have a confession to make and I’m not proud of it. In the past, I’ve been guilty of comparing my life, and my circumstances to someone else’s. Usually, only one of two things happen when we compare ourselves to others: either we’re inspired or we become envious. Wait […]

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First Quarter Close Out: Got Commitment and Results? by @WSRapport

by Karima Mariama-Arthur, Esq | Featured Contributor We’re now in the final month of the first quarter. For some, this may cause feelings of uneasiness, especially if you’re not where you thought you’d be. You’ve probably spent a significant amount of time crafting your goals. Surely you had every intention of achieving them, right? But now, […]

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