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How to Define Success on Your Own Terms: Q&A with Shelia Butler

When I came across Successful Women Talk, I was immediately drawn to it by the commitment of its host, Shelia Butler, to feature diverse female entrepreneurs. Barely getting by through high school, Shelia realized that she had to make a … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: Food for Thought from Tiny Buddha

Ah, another Monday! This week, I’ve had a few things on my mind…especially regarding criticism and negative energy from others. While I’ve been called headstrong and relentless in past, I also have some pretty thin skin. I can defend myself … Continue reading

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20 Something Career Expert’s Tip of the Month – April

Studying the Post-Recession Careers of Millennials By: Alexandra Levit Reprinted with permission from Alexandra Levit blog Earlier this year, I joined the Career Advisory Board, a panel of academic, corporate, and career experts sponsored by DeVry University. Our goal as … Continue reading

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