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Just starting your career? Follow these tips to make sure you are putting your best foot forward.
We already know that women can be as successful in business (if not more) than men. It's time to show it -- in both salary and confidence.
In a male-dominated industry, playing the part isn't always enough. When clients make embarrassing assumptions about your age or position in the company, here's how to deal.
Young women no longer have to choose between making an impact and making money.
Although we may fight it, the truth is that how women dress affects how others perceive our skill level. Learn to dress for success -- without losing personal style or sacrificing comfort.
Alexis Levine shares advice about how to build a lifestyle business that makes sense -- and money.
Natalia Oberti Noguera, Founder and CEO of the Pipeline Fellowship, explains the benefits of pitching your startup -- and why more women should do it.
Criticism can be even more motivating to startup founders than unhelpful "advice" from well-meaning sources.
There are hundreds of resources out there now for women who want to brush up on their technical skills, from code to engineering. Here are 9 favorites.
Kit Hickey's Ministry of Supply team starts every Monday at a coffee shop brainstorming ways to make customers happy.
Especially as a woman in business, your style is a signal that you can be trusted to behave and stay focused -- make sure what you wear reflects that.
Social media marketing expert Laura Roeder shares 5 ways to tame your inbox -- not with labels or priority mailboxes, but by simply getting fewer emails in the first place.
Co-founders and "partners" beware: without a formal agreement, you may not have the same rights to your company's future that you think you do.
Entrepreneurs know better than anyone how important money management and cash flow is -- so why are we so hesitant to teach our kids the truth?
From "The American Dream Revised," hear how Stacey Ferreira and her brother managed to raise about $1 million -- all based on one fortuitous tweet from Sir Richard Branson.
Female founders raising capital should do their homework, know their product/service and most of all, know their options inside and out long before pitching investors -- and 10 other tips.
In spite of the dire financial straits so many of us are in, today -- at this moment -- you have the best chance of finding your dream job. Here's why.
You don't have to sell out your values to have a career (or start a company) that's successful. Erica Dhawan shares 5 insights from her own leadership coaching experiences.
For young women in business, peer mentorship and support are especially valuable -- but not always as easy to find. Thirteen YEC women share their best advice.
College tuition keeps rising, but good jobs aren't exactly piling up in the meantime. If you're weighing entrepreneurship vs. a degree, college "stopout" Stacey Ferreira has a few tips.
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