Category Archives: Homepage Articles

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How To Be Seen As A Leader – At Any Point In Your Career

November 14, 2012. Written by Erika Anderson for Forbes Online. I read another really good post by Glenn Llopis today, about how to become a thought leader. He has ten excellent suggestions for becoming someone who’s seen as having useful…
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Why I Decided to Spend More Time Working From Home

November 19, 2012. Written by Sachin Kamdar for lifehacker.com. At Parse.ly we pride ourselves on having a distributed team. (Our CTO Andrew wrote an excellent piece on whether fully distributed teams are viable.) Two-thirds of our team is distributed across…
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How Masculine Norms In The Workplace Could Be Holding Women Back

November 12, 2012. Written by Lisa Quast for Forbes Online. It may have been a man’s world in the past when it comes to business, but women now make up almost half (46.6%) of the United States labor force, according…
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Shedding the Stigma of the Stay at Home Mom

November 11, 2012. Written by Kaity Velez for the conversation.tv. On many days I’ve become my own worst nightmare. I was never the girl who dreamed of being a mom. If anything, I spent most of my adult life satisfied…
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Stop Being a People Pleaser

November 9, 2012.Written by Elizabeth Grace Saunders for lifehacker.com. If you’ve always felt a compulsion to meet everyone else’s needs before your own, it’s hard to imagine being different.

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Disarm Your Audience When You Present

November 12, 2012. Written by Nancy Duarte for Harvard Business Review Online. When you walk into a room as a presenter, it’s easy to feel as if you’re the central figure: You’re up front, and people came to hear you.

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How the Fiscal Cliff Would Hit the Economy

November 11, 2012. Written by Marilyn Geewax for npr.org. This week, President Obama will meet with congressional leaders to begin working out a deal to avert a budget calamity commonly known as the fiscal cliff.

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9 Signs You May be Kidding Yourself About Money

November 5, 2012. Written by Richard Barrington for Forbes.com. Are you kidding yourself about money? If not, chances are you know someone who is. U.S. personal savings rates remain in the low single digits, and overall consumer debt is at…
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Protecting Your Estate from the Fiscal Cliff

November 1, 2012. Written by Elizabeth O’Brien for Market Watch. Death and taxes may be life’s two great certainties. But thanks to the upcoming elections and the looming “fiscal cliff,” the relationship between the two is getting increasingly cloudy for…
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Health Warnings for Hapless Hearts

November 2, 2012. Written by Joe Queenan for The Wall Street Journal Online. One of the main functions of a media website’s home page is to feed readers a steady diet of stories about bizarre things that might kill them.

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