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There's More Room at the Table: Time to Lean In More

As a huge Sheryl Sandberg fan, after reading her iconic book Lean In in January 2014, I have tried to be mindful of those times when I do not “lean in.” For those of you who have not read her book (and you must), through  major research and her own career, Sandberg believes women do not “lean in” to opportunities in their careers for a variety of reasons. 440 more words

Career Advice

Do Women Belong in Business?

Yes, of course.  For capitalist reasons alone, to block out an entire gender doesn’t make good business sense– you’re limiting your talent pool and that will cost you good ideas and hard workers.  577 more words

Is it a TMobile Fail or Pass

Without going into too much detail – Here’s what’s causing this small business a pain today.

Copy of letter sent today – 29th August 2014… 864 more words

Small Business

Minnesota lawmakers tour Albert Lea business

ALBERT LEA, Minn. – Minnesota House Speaker, Paul Thissen and State Representative, Shannon Savick spent the morning touring a local business.

Their focus is on a new piece of legislation, that aims to help women in business. 255 more words


Apriori Beauty Radio - conversation with Candace Dye


***This is a rebroadcast of an interview first aired on Entrepreneurial Women Radio***
Apriori Beauty’s favorite business coach and mentor Sharon Michaels visits Apriori Beauty Radio to guest host and speak with Founder and Executive Director, Candace Dye.  115 more words

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Navigating the Coaching Climate: Spotlight on Wendy Y. Bailey

Wendy Y. Bailey is a woman of many layers. She is not just a Business Coach; she actually coaches professional business coaches on how to take their programs and products to the next level. 291 more words

Small Business

Jill Abramson Gets Candid in Cosmo

Former executive editor Jill Abramson talks candidly in Cosmopolitan about getting fired, and landing on your feet.

You can also read the article in the September 2014 print edition of the magazine.  

Jill Abramson