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    1. 5 Entrepreneurs Share How They're Hedging for an Economic Downturn

      5 Entrepreneurs Share How They're Hedging for an Economic Downturn

      Hedging your bets is part of playing smart in business. The next economic downturn isn't a question of if, but when. That’s why top entrepreneurs continuously reinforce their war chest while strategizing for the next seismic economic shift. Five savvy members of The Oracles share how they recession-proof their businesses so they can stay at their best even if the market is at its worst.

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    2. The Hard-To-Nail Formula That Makes Building A Startup Easier

      The Hard-To-Nail Formula That Makes Building A Startup Easier

      When I interviewed Jess DiDonato for my startup accelerator Tacklebox, I saw another smart entrepreneur who’d identified a problem. I meet lots of those. But what I wasn’t able to foresee was just how easy she’d be able to make the early-stage startup experience look–to the point where she frustrated the hell out of the other founders. Founders struggling through positioning or customer acquisition would talk about how they wished their startup was as “straightforward” as Jess’s.

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      Mentions: Seth Godin
    3. The Small Business Of Trying To Go Big Online

      The Small Business Of Trying To Go Big Online

      Blacklist domain ​ Every weekday at 3 a.m., a new post goes live on Cathy Anderson's site. On Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, it's her bread and butter: a post about clothes and shopping. Wednesdays are for spotlighting a brand or product she loves. Friday's posts usually are about a trend. The formula for a week's worth of content has been tweaked a bit over the years, but this is what it is now and it's working.

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    4. “I Naively Thought That This Field Would Be Okay With Who I Was”

      “I Naively Thought That This Field Would Be Okay With Who I Was”

      Nichole Williams, 24, worked for several years at a sexual assault center in Tacoma, Washington, where she specialized in helping commercially exploited teens, many of whom, like her, were LGBTQ people of color. Williams believed her profession would be accepting due to the nature of their work, particularly in the relatively liberal Northwest, so she decided to come out as bisexual. But the responses of her colleagues and superiors took her by surprise.

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      Mentions: Washington, D.C.
    5. Hilarious And Heartbreaking Lessons From 3,000 Coming-Out Stories

      Hilarious And Heartbreaking Lessons From 3,000 Coming-Out Stories

      That’s how one of nearly 3,000 people who answered a survey that the WNYC Studios podcast Nancy shared this fall, through its “Out at Work” project, about what it’s like being out–or not–in the professional world. And no wonder. LGBTQ employees explained over and over how coming out is a never-ending experience: Each new client or coworker they encounter means negotiating yet another disclosure.

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    6. Being A South Asian Lesbian In San Francisco Is Harder Than I Thought

      Being A South Asian Lesbian In San Francisco Is Harder Than I Thought

      Speaking on the condition of anonymity (“Jamila” is a pseudonym), she shared what it’s been like navigating her first full-time job as an out lesbian, after abruptly severing ties with her family back home. Her account has been edited for space and clarity. “My Parents Can Barely Fathom Me Marrying A Boy Outside My Religion” My parents really wanted me to come back home after college.

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    7. How to Be More Influential at Work (Without Coming Across as Overbearing)

      How to Be More Influential at Work (Without Coming Across as Overbearing)

      How do you get your managers/co-workers to buy-in your new ideas? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Tami Rosen, Vice President of People at Quora, on Quora: Getting buy-in on a new idea can be a difficult and lengthy process regardless if it is your co-workers or managers. If done well, it can really make a difference for the company, your team and for your career.

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      Mentions: Google
    8. 3 Positive Lifestyle Changes You Can Make Now

      3 Positive Lifestyle Changes You Can Make Now

      Modern professional women are some of the most overworked, over-stressed and under-appreciated people in the history of human existence. The modern world is obsessed with constant motion and ever-increasing productivity, and this leads to burnout or worse for many women. With a long to-do list and full plate, it can be easy to ignore the types of positive lifestyle activities that are critical to physical and mental health.

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