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  • The Inside Scoop on Selling Digital Goods Online

    The Good News

    So you've decided to go into the e-commerce business and begin selling software, games, E-books, audio or video content online. In today's technology based and highly digitalized world, that's a savvy business decision. Demand is high, the market is...

  • Traits Successful People Have in Common

    It’s like the search for the Holy Grail—the search for those traits that make a person successful.  Are people born with the success “gene” or is it something we can develop?

    In his book “The 8 Traits Successful People Have In Common: 8 To Be Great,” Richard St. John assures...

  • 6 Tips on How to Build your Online Presence

    If you have a website, you must have an online community to support that website. With traffic in the form of blog entries, events, member weigh-ins, comments, or social media, you will have more than enough to drive the discussion about your products and services and to generate enough "heat...

  • Career and Family: Why It's So Hard to Have Both

    There is a saying that a lot of us have heard, but it's kind of still somewhat unclear as to whether or not it's a myth: "You can't have it all." And when you're a woman and you hear that statement, oftentimes, it's in the context of trying to balance having a thriving career and a happily...

  • What Does it Take to get your First Business Loan

    Commercial Loan Tips for the First Time Business Owner

    All of us, at one time or another, will contemplate the thought of becoming our own boss. Unfortunately, only a handful will have the guts to actually do so.

    One of the biggest reasons why many aspiring...

  • Life After Bankruptcy: How to Move Forward and Recover

    There are many goals that one has in life, but there's no one who ever has "I want to file for bankruptcy" on their list. Still, sometimes, the demands of life become overwhelming and after some wise financial counsel, filing for bankruptcy is the best solution...at the time.

    If this...

  • Post-traumatic growth—hope after trauma

    For years we’ve heard about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) but there’s a growing body of research that indicates that horribly stressful events in many cases can lead to growth not a downward slide into depression and despair.

    Scientists have documented post-traumatic growth...

  • Tips for Keeping Your Most Valuable Employees Happy

    Nothing about managing a workplace is easy. Problems arise quicker than they can be solved, and it often seems as though you're battling some kind of business complication hydra that grows two new heads every time you cut one off. Keeping your employees happy is one of the most important...

  • Top 5 Tips for Building and Maintaining Good Business Credit

    There are a lot of responsibilities that come with running a business. If you want it to be a successful one, a top priority would absolutely have to consist of building and maintaining good business credit. Although, on the onset, it may seem a bit overwhelming to do, it doesn't have to be....

  • Top 5 Reasons to Start a Workplace Wellness Program

    The one place where most of us spend the majority of our working hours is at the office. So, it should make perfect sense that more and more companies are starting up wellness programs because a healthy staff means a productive environment. However, there are several other reasons why having a...

  • How to Pick the Perfect Name for Your New Business

    Your new business is your baby, and as such you really want to make sure you pick out just the right name for it. A new business is a blank slate of possibility, and it's a great way for you to really express yourself and what you're all about, if that's the route you choose to take....

  • Looking Polished at Work - The Power of Shapewear

    By Jenna Ghosheh, Founder of Status Image Consulting

    The most common problem with my female clients is ill-fitting undergarments.  Here is a secret that will change the way how you feel and how clothes look on you --...

  • 5 Things Great Leaders Do…and Failing Ones Don't

     

    Do or Die: Expert Cites Effective Leadership Commonalities, Best Practices & Career Killers

    Are you a GREAT leader or an “AT RISK” failing leader? How do you know? What would your staffers say? What would your own supervisor say?

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  • The Most Revealing Job Interview Questions

    If you are someone who has the responsibility of conducting job interviews, this is the perfect article for you. That's because the purpose of it is to equip you with the kinds of questions that can reveal the most when it comes to discerning who would be the best fit for your company. The...

  • Tips for Improving Gender Diversity in the Workplace

    Due to the economic challenges in the workplace, sometimes we're so focused on what needs to be improved, that we don't take a moment or two to acknowledge some of the progress that has already (and is consistently) taking place.

    Take workplace diversity, for example. Studies reflect...

  • Tips for Finding a Professional Work Wardrobe Without Spending a Fortune

    It is a bit ironic, isn't it? "It" being that we spend most of our waking hours in a workplace environment so that we can make money and yet a lot of that income goes to wearing clothes at that same office. Then, to add to the (potential) pressure, some of us don't get the kind of paycheck...

  • Top 5 Ways Your Job Costs You Money and How to Start Saving

    This is an awfully difficult time to be out of work, and if you've managed to navigate the months of searching, interviewing, providing referrals and salary negotiations to finally land that offer you're probably jumping for joy And you should be! Having a full-time job isn't only about making...

  • 5 Fun Team Building Activities for the Workplace

    When you really stop to think about it, the people who we tend to spend most of our waking hours with are our co-workers. For eight hours a day (give or take a few), we share an office with many different kinds of personalities that have many different kinds of expectations. So, for the sake...

  • Are you a small business or a startup? Have you considered crowdfunding?

    You’ve probably heard about crowdsourcing. You know: tapping into the collective wisdom of your network to find an answer or solve a problem or the ultimate in crowdsourcing—Wikipedia.  Now here’s another twist—crowdfunding. 

    Thanks to a new law –the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (...

  • Common Mistakes Recent College Grads Make in the Working World

    College graduates are facing numerous difficulties as they leave school and enter the work world. With a troubled economy and dismal job market, many recent grads struggle to even get their foot in the door when it comes to finding professional positions. But what about the struggles recent...

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