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  • Seven Questions to Ask about Your Website’s Design

    If you are starting a corporate webpage or even a family blog, you’re going to need some understanding of how to design it. There are a few things you will need to remember to keep users coming back to your site...

  • Must-Have Clothing and Accessories for a Business Trip

    When you're a woman who is out making moves (especially professional ones), there's going to come a time when you'll need to take a business trip or two...or 10. And while it would be great if you could take your entire closet and bathroom counter along with you, the long lines that you have...

  • 5 Signs It's Time to Hire a Bookkeeper

    The entrepreneurial spirit offers unlimited opportunities to the ambitious, but the overly ambitious often pay a dear price for their drive to succeed. Trying to manage all aspects of a small business is a difficult thing to do. Remember these 5 signs that it may be time to hire a bookkeeper,...

  • 5 Tips for Building a Professional Office Wardrobe on a Budget

    So you've finally landed the job you've been hunting for, and now you're faced with a new problem. The company is run from a professional office, and business casual just isn't going to cut it. If you're coming from a more relaxed working environment, pulling together an all-new professional...

  • 6 Steps to Achieve Career Success, by Ford R. Myers

    Americans make all kinds of New Year's resolutions - to lose weight, to stop smoking, or spend more time with family and friends. However, you never hear anyone say, "I'm committed to improving my career status."

    Ford R. Myers, career coach, speaker and author of "Get The Job You Want...

  • Great Gift Ideas for Female Executives

    The growth of female executives in the workforce has greatly increased over the last several decades, so that now they are nearly as prevalent as their male counterparts in offices around the world (or at least they have a marked presence where there may not have been one even as recently as...

  • Female Fashion Dos and Don’ts for a Job Interview

    When you finally get that callback about an application you put in weeks ago, you may start jumping for joy; any job opportunity during a recession is a reason for celebration.  But your shouts of elation may quickly turn to moans of dread as you peruse your closet and realize that you have...

  • The Importance of Being on Time and Meeting Deadlines in Business

    As a working woman you need to set yourself ahead of the curve in terms of professionalism. Having employers and clients taking you seriously is the first step to moving up the corporate ladder and achieving the success you desire. Getting your reputation to that standard is not an easy task,...

  • The Perfect Home Office for You and Your Clients

    Be honest: since you started working from home, your office has not only become a catchall for everything work-related (in addition to the clutter that was in there before), but it has somehow managed to spread into other areas of your home.  And although most home-based businesses never...

  • Emotional Control: Are you Crying at Work?

    Do you cry at work? Are you easily excitable? Do you transfer other people's feelings to your own outlook and attitude? Or are you cool under pressure? Do you maintain a steady pace, even if there are setbacks (or even catastrophes)? When co-workers, clients, or customers are emoting at you...

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