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Creating Big Change Requires Taking Big Action

by Ali Brown August 21, 2013

It makes complete sense that entrepreneurship is so attractive to women right now. The traditional work model has never been a good fit for women, especially for those raising families, so for us, being able to custom-design a business that fits the lifestyle we want is the ultimate dream. But, being an entrepreneur requires one KEY […]

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The Art of Positioning Your Brand and Why You Can’t Afford to Screw It Up

by Jim Joseph August 21, 2013

Many people have different interpretations about what brand positioning means. It’s one of those concepts that is hard to pin down, yet at the same time is so important to the success of your brand. Positioning is at the heart of your brand. It’s essentially the summation of everything your brand is about. So let’s […]

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Getting Paid — the Final Frontier

by Davis August 15, 2013

What’s the hardest part about starting your own business, or venturing out on your own? Sometimes it’s just believing in yourself enough to take the leap. Sometimes it’s figuring out exactly how to market your services or set yourself apart from the competition. But most of the time, what you hear from business owners large […]

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Is Sex Addiction Real?: New Findings Suggest Some People Simply Have High Sex Drives

by Anoopa Singh August 14, 2013

A new study on the brains of hypersexual people indicates that these individuals simply have a higher sex drive, and that greater desire for sex is by no means a mental disability or an addiction. “Potentially, this is an important finding,” said senior author Nicole Prause, Ph.D. “It is the first time scientists have studied the […]

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Asexual Disorder? The Search For Ace Identity Is Part Recognition, Part Redefinition

by Dominique Mosbergen August 7, 2013

“Why am I asexual? I was born this way,” said Mark McClemont from his office in Reading, England. “It’s not a phase I’m growing out of, and it’s not a choice,” the 49-year-old continued, his voice pinched with agitation. “For people who say we choose to be asexual, why would anyone choose to do that? […]

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Stop the Helping Madness

by Darla LeDoux July 31, 2013

I sprained my ankle last weekend at an event. I’m not usually one to get injured, and I was highly uncomfortable being wheeled around in a wheelchair (even by the handsome security guard who was enjoying all of the good looking women at the conference!). I did my best not to let the injury get […]

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What it takes to be wildly sucessful

by Suzanne Evans July 24, 2013

No matter what your political views (not important here) the story of Sen. Wendy Davis of Texas is a fascinating testament to commitment.  She stood on the floor of the Texas Senate for over 10 hours (no leaning, no water, no potty break, no sitting) to filibuster a bill she believes moves women’s rights backwards.  She committed. […]

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Someone Called Me a ‘Slut’ at My Business Conference

by Amy Jo Goddard May 22, 2013

I am often amazed at what people think it’s okay to say to others, especially people who are perfect strangers. I was a sponsor at a business event last week and a woman came up to me at my booth and said, “Are you the sex lady? You’re a real slut aren’t you?” She wasn’t […]

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Five strategies to get the word out quickly about your business

by Fabienne Fredrickson March 27, 2013

Whether your business is new or you are expanding your offerings, the very first thing you want to do is let people know what you are up to. The more people who know, the better your chances of getting referrals which will help get your client pipeline flowing. Tweet

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New York’s Condom Bait-and-Switch

by Emily Gogolak (Village Voice) March 20, 2013

One block north of the boardwalk in Coney Island, a white van is parked on the windswept block of Surf Avenue, between West 22nd and West 23rd Streets. Just outside the van stands a young woman wearing a teal hoodie, her auburn hair pulled back into a tight bun with a few loose strands escaping […]

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