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When a Woman Turns 40 And Why It’s The Best Time For Career Changes

When a woman turns 40 something happens. For most of us it means stepping into a time of change. And as every change, it may represent a challenge as well as an opportunity. I see this time in women’s life …

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Career Coaching from Two Rats and a Beaver

Just finished reading  the book Get off your butt and make your own @#$!Cheese written by Sean Roach and it inspired me to write my todays blog. Here is a part from the very beginning: ‘Pep and Rally (the rats) …

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Feminine Charm in the Corporate World

I have come across a discussion on this topic: “Is flirting in a business environment ever a good thing for women? The answer is a qualified “yes.” New data shows that women using what the researchers call “feminine charm” achieved …

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Workers not engaged, struggling to cope with work – how it affects people’s lives

There has been another workforce survey released. This time prepared by global HR consultant Towers Watson. It found out that almost two-thirds (63 percent) of U.S. workers “are not fully engaged in their work and are struggling to cope with work …

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