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    How (Over)Working Women Can Conquer Perfectionism

    How (Over)Working Women Can Conquer Perfectionism
    Do any of these sound familiar? • You have a great idea but you aren’t telling anyone because it still needs work. • You stay up late to redo the presentation you have already spent 20 hours on. • You won’t tell anyone about the job you have applied for, just in case you don’t get it. • You have more ...
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    What's Your Next Big Thing?

    What's Your Next Big Thing?
    After a long, lazy summer, September is the time when kids get back to the business of learning. As much as they complain, most of them are excited to begin new classes. It’s also a good time for adults to start new projects and endeavors. With four months left in the year, you still have time to accomplish one or more ...
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    How I Broke Leadership Boundaries in a Man's Field

    How I Broke Leadership Boundaries in a Man's Field
    I vividly remember my first leadership assignment. I was an expert in a particular software product. Based on that expertise, I was brought into a new organization as the senior person. I was responsible for providing guidance to a group of programmers who were all male. There were even fewer women in technology then as there are now, and I was ...
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    Successfully Transitioning from Corporate to Entrepreneur: Things I've learned along the way

    Successfully Transitioning from Corporate to Entrepreneur: Things I've learned along the way
    After 40 years of working for other people, in industry and in education, I decided it was time to go it myself. As an engineer, technical leader and executive, I had mentored and advised men and women throughout my career. I found this extremely rewarding but I wasn't sure whether I could truly develop my own consulting business. Now almost two ...
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    First Woman Wins Nobel Prize in Economics

    First Woman Wins Nobel Prize in Economics
    Americans Elinor Ostrom and Oliver Williamson won the Nobel economics prize on Monday for their analyses of economic governance — the way authority is exercised in companies and economic systems. Ostrom was the first woman to win the prize since it was founded in 1968, and the fifth woman to win a Nobel award this year — a Nobel record. Ostrom, ...
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    SCORE: 10 Tips To Grow Your Business

    SCORE: 10 Tips To Grow Your Business
    SCORE, America's premier organization providing FREE counselors to growing businesses offered 10 practical tips to help you grow your business. All 10 points can get a boost by using technology. I've added the technology dimension, resource to each tech tip. 1. Grow your customer base. Understand your customer demographics and why they buy your products and services. Win clients over with ...
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