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Getting the Best Out of Cyber Monday

Warm up your fingers, Cyber Monday is quickly approaching and expected to pull in close to 2 billion dollars in revenue. Is this online event all it’s cracked up to be? We think so! It’s faster, cheaper and you avoid the crowds.   Cyber Monday falls after...

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NYC with Women Powering Technology

I believe there are pivotal moments in life that you will look back upon and identify as your tipping point. After returning from a two day Women Powering Technology (WPT) conference in NYC, I can unequivocally say this was the trip that changed my perspective. WPT...

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10 Habits You Must Quit to Be Happy

When you quit doing the wrong things, you make more room for the things that make you happy.  So starting today… 1.  Quit procrastinating on your goals. Some people dream of success while others wake up and work hard at it.  Action and change are often resisted...

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7 Entrepreneurial Lessons From “Shark Tank”

Shark Tank--the prime-time feeding frenzy where successful entrepreneurs fight over promising startups, and ruthlessly chew up the unprepared--provides a wealth of knowledge about what venture capitalists need to hear before they invest in your company. Shark Tank--the prime-time feeding frenzy where successful entrepreneurs fight over promising...

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The Law of the Few

The ‘Law of the Few’ is a concept that’s been around since the late 19th century.  This idea was discovered by Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, who observed that 80 per cent of the land in Italy was owned by 20 per cent of the population....

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