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4 Ways To Beat Defeatism Before It Beats You

Have you ever thought that you were not able to do something, or that you couldn’t achieve your goal? Some people even think that they ...

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4 Things You Need To Rock A Career Change

Unfortunately, job and career satisfaction doesn’t always last. If this happens when you’re in your twenties, or even early thirties, it can be daunting but not too challenging to seek out a new profession. However, switching careers in your midlife can be more difficult. Whatever your age, here 4 things you need to rock a career change.

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4 Lessons You Can Learn From Big Businesses

Small businesses offer a more intimate product or service experience that plays a huge role in the economy of our planet. However, these companies may not be making the money they could. Though there is certainly nothing wrong with having a small business, there are some important things to learn from the big boys. Take a look at these 4 lessons you can learn from big businesses.

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5 Savvy Ways To Execute A Promotion With Power And Grace

Landing a promotion can be a challenging ordeal to go through. That said, just wait until you are in your new position and the fireworks really fly! This can be terrifying and, for a lot of people, overwhelming to the point of debilitating stress. It's important to take a breath and look at the situation logically. After all, you got this promotion because your employer has confidence in your abilities. Don't second guess yourself now. Here are some tips to execute a promotion with power and grace.

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3 Ways To Get Closer To Your Dream Career

If you're not in the middle of your dream career, ask yourself why not? What is keeping you from it? You may not have ever really thought about it. That's OK, most people don't. Fear of failure and the security of a steady, “safe” job are just two of many reasons why dreams get left behind. But think about how you might make some changes to get closer to your dream career. Here are some tips to get you started.

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Shake Up Your Career With These 4 Actions

A recent Gallup poll found that only 30 percent of people felt “engaged” by the work that they did, providing an indication that there is an epidemic of apathy at work. In other words, 70 percent of people believed that work wasn’t allowing them to reach their full potential - a sober number indeed. If you are in the majority, it may be time to shake up your career.

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4 Ladder Of Success Boosts You Can Activate Now

If you want to have the life of your dreams, the career of your dreams, you have to go create it! You will have many detours and bumps along the way, but don't let that stop you from giving it your best shot. That invisible ladder is always there, waiting for you to step up. As soon as you realize that it is in your power to progress up that ladder, the faster you’ll see your dreams happen. I've compiled a short list of 4 ladder of success boosts you can activate now!

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Big Benefits For Setting Financial Goals In The New Year

The 1st of January is the queen of Mondays; it’s the iconic day for fresh starts and grand resolutions. Obviously, you can make a fresh start at any time, but there’s something about a new year that seems to wipe the slate clean and give you a second chance to make things better. This goes double for setting financial goals. Unfortunately, many of our goals and dreams do not make it past February. I believe this is because we often try to do too much too fast.

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Your Career Matters: 8 Tips To Make It More Enjoyable!

Your career (business or job) is important to your life because you invest your time and energy into it for many hours of the day. And, anything you do this much affects your mood, health, relationships, and even your overall lifestyle. That said, you better believe it's crucial to do something that brings you joy and enrichment. If this is the case, why do so many women end up stuck in careers they don’t enjoy?

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Are You Potential Or Price Focused?

In this material world of ours, it's not hard to get "price" focused. "How much is it going to cost me?" and "I can't pay that much." frequently roll off our tongues like deep set affirmations. Well, actually, these and other words and thoughts can become infused into our minds as the normal way of walking through life. I'm not just talking about money and financial things either. There is a price for everything we do or experience in life. But there is also a potential or a payoff. Which one are you focused on?

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Advancement Opportunities: Apply Within!

Featured Image by WhiteBook Women’s LifeLink Founder, Kellie R. Stone Coming to the end of another year brings a multitude of emotions my way. First, ...

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Gita Cellei Followed Her Dreams…And Look at Her NOW!

Who is GITA CELLEI?  A woman who seems to have done it all and still is.  Born to Indian parents and raised in the suburbs west ...

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Focus For Success

As we approach the end of the New You in 31 Days challenge and the 31 Day Blogging Challenge for me, I am overjoyed with my own personal results and sincerely hope you have enjoyed the content shared here this month. Today, is the perfect day to talk about some specific things to focus on while in the midst of a challenge or challenging situation: Focus for Success!

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Meet Talent Expert Tracey Chantel Marshall

TRACEY CHANTEL MARSHALL is another super duper inspirational lady. Originating from a more humble background, this amazing lady was born in Harlem and raised in the infamous Queens bridge Housing Projects single-handedly by her mother. Her father passed away when she was two. She has two sisters and a daughter of her own to say nothing of four bright and talented grandchildren.

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Stop Making Excuses In 5 Easy Steps

Half way through our New You in 31 Days Challenge I've noticed my own attempted excuses to either put off or not carry out my intentions for each day. "I'm tired," or "It's too late. No one will read my post now," or "No good ideas are coming to me." And where exercising is concerned, they are nearly endless. "I don't want to get sore," or "I don't have time," or "You can just do it tomorrow," and "I need someone to exercise with." Really? I don't think so. I'm just stalling and putting off what will actually change my life. And, you all know when you do it, too. Don't make excuses for your excuses, either!

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