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Monthly Archives: December 2011
December 7, 2011. As told to Leigh Newman contributed to Oprah.com Leymah Gbowee helped stop the civil war in shattered Liberia by leading the women of the country in a protest for peace—a movement which included denying sex to the…
December 10, 2011. By Adelaide Lancaster contributed to Forbes.com The idea of taking time off seems preposterous for a lot of entrepreneurs. I know many who can barely spare themselves a week, much less an extended vacation.
December 12, 2011. By Ruthie Ackerman contributed to The Wall Street Journal. When it comes to philanthropy, bigger isn’t always better.
December 10, 2011. By Martin Zwilling contributed to Forbes.com Mid-level or even top executives who “grew up” in large companies often look with envy at startups, and dream of how easy it must be running a small organization.
December 14, 2011. By Gina Shaw contributed to Webmd.com Men and women — worlds apart, right? Not so fast. If the stories readers devoured on WebMD this year are any indication, men and women have a lot more in common…
December 14, 2011. By Shilo Urban contributed to Organicauthority.com Does the holiday hassle have you reaching for another glass of wine, smearing chocolate on your celery or muttering a mantra through clenched teeth?
November 25, 2011. By Barbara and Shannon Kelley contributed to The Huffington Post Hey you! Yes, you — the one with all those balls in the air! Before you take another bite of pumpkin pie, read this.
By Elizabeth DeVita-Raeburn contributed to Self.com Did you know that being more sensitive to people and your environment can make you more successful? Try these tips for channeling your intuitive powers at the office and watch your career soar.
November 28, 2011. By Ivan Misner contributed to Entrepreneur.com Holiday parties mean much more than free food and fun. They also can bring entrepreneurs a host of new opportunities to network and build relationships.
By Jean Brittingham contributed to Fastcoexist.com We need more companies run by women, but they’re often shut out of the investment game. Here are some ways to break through the VC glass ceiling.