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How Your Wardrobe Impacts Your Work

  • October 28, 2013

For women leaders, business can be a minefield of personal image challenges. Experts estimate that up to 95 percent of our communication is nonverbal, so even as women achieve more prominent platforms, the majority of what we communicate is still through external visual clues. This creates the very real…


How To Know When It’s Time To Move On

  • August 27, 2013

So, you know when you know. That is, you know when it’s time to move on to better things for your business, whether that means finding a stronger vendor, hiring a new employee (and letting go of the old one) or even firing a client (gulp!). But often we hang on far too long out of fear, worry and plain old…


How Women Can Balance Strong Leadership With Authenticity

  • February 26, 2013

As women, we face unique challenges as leaders, whether we work in the corporate world or as business owners. There seems to be a large chasm between female leaders who too easily sacrifice authority, and iron-fisted women who never budge once their minds are made up. Unfortunately, neither approach is…


Starting Up? How To Conquer The Big 3 Challenges You’ll Face

  • October 30, 2012

Striking out on your own as an entrepreneur is exciting and, in equal parts, terrifying. For one thing, the “shackles” of the corporate world may now appear comforting in retrospect, especially when recalling the entire team of experts you once had at your disposal to pay your taxes, provide you with office…