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Monthly Archives: January 2012
January 25, 2012. By Jennifer Wang contributed to entrepreneur.com During the height of her popularity, Paris Hilton once fired this retort at critics: “It will work. I am a marketing genius.” Sadly, those of us who aren’t as blessed must…
January 27, 2012. By Caitlin Keating contributed to fortune.cnn.com In business as in private life, all successful relationships run on trust. Yet we often get trust wrong, giving it either too readily or too stingily.
January 27, 2012. By Adam Dachis contributed to lifehacker.com We’ve all met a person who is always right, and we know how annoying they can be because they’re often wrong.
January 27, 2012. By Nataly contributed to workitmom.com I am writing this on the plane, on my way back from a week-long business trip. I’m exhausted and it’s been a long week.
January 26, 2012. By Bill Barnett contributed to hbr.org People have different natural talents at interviewing for jobs. But even the most talented can fail to get offers if they don’t prepare.
January 25, 2012. By Cari Nierenberg contributed to webmd.com Workers Who Regularly Put in 11-Hour Days More Than Double Their Depression Risk, Researchers Say
January 19, 2012. By Joanne Wilson contributed to huffingtonpost.com This year we chose the theme “making it” for the Women Entrepreneurs Festival. A maker is a person who creates something. Women tend to create businesses that fill a void in…
January 18, 2012. By Karen M. Kroll contributed to cfoworld.com Males test as more overconfident than females -– no surprise -– but now research suggests that quality actually helps men advance in finance, other jobs.
January 20, 2012. By Richard S. Levick contributed to fastcompany.com Michelle Obama’s first day on Twitter was the tweet heard ’round the world, with more than 60,000 followers signing up to follow her the…
January 20, 2012. By Robin Madell contributed to theglasshammer.com As we get older, the way we think about work and contribution changes. Many women of a certain age are reconsidering earlier paths.