career

The Harvard Business Review Study Proves Men and Women Are Equally Ambitious

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The Harvard Business Review recently published results of a study that involved about 25,000 MBA graduates of Harvard Business School that spanned three generations. The objective was to prove once and for all that men and women are on par when it comes to planning...

Learn How to Navigate the Workforce with 10 Simple Tips

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In May Erika James became the first Black woman to lead a top-25 business school. In 2012 Rosalind Brewer was appointed as the first Black female president and CEO of Sam’s Club, a members-only warehouse club channel. Though it appears that Black women have made...

Tall, Black, Woman: Navigating Intimidation Politics in White Spaces

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I am six feet and four inches tall. I have been so since I was fourteen years old. I played basketball, volleyball, and ran track in school and wore Jordan’s instead of dress shoes whenever my mother allowed me to. I was called a “tomboy”...

5 Reasons Your CAREER Is Blocking Love

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Here we are, once again, talking about “the search” for love. The search, the search, the search – a phrase (author unknown) is, in my opinion, the biggest lie ever told to mankind. The problem, you absolutely, emphatically, most definitely CANNOT search for love. It’s...

12 Ways To Make The Most of Being Job-Free

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Nothing dashes the spirits, hopes, dreams & self esteem like extended periods of unemployment. Between the (greatly) reduced income, disillusionment, feelings of worthlessness and the inordinate amount of idle time one ones hands, it’s no wonder depression and anxiety often plagues the lives of the...

10 Reasons We’re Not Feelin’ ’30 Things You Should Achieve By 30′ Articles

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Many of us have entertained our own ‘By 30 List.’ While they should, and do serve as a great motivator and timeline that helps keep many moving on their goals, for others the pressure only causes anxiety throughout what’s supposed to be the best years...