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    1. What Makes People Buy? 4 Simple Website Copy Hacks to Boost Your Sales

      What Makes People Buy? 4 Simple Website Copy Hacks to Boost Your Sales

      Your website is your gateway to the online world, and just like in the real world, first impressions last. When your visitors don’t find what they’re looking for in your site, they’ll have no qualms closing that tab and finding a site that does. Many businesses don’t realize that their websites can be powerful sales tools—but only if you build them to be. You can do this by zeroing on what your target audience is looking for and making sure to include those in your website.

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      Mentions: Stanford
    2. 5 Tips to Reduce Interruptions and Get More Done

      5 Tips to Reduce Interruptions and Get More Done

      Time – we all want more of it, but what if you didn’t need more time at all? What if by making some simple changes to your day, you could recoup some of the time you lose each day instead? How much more productive would you be? How much more time would you have to spend doing the things you enjoy rather than working? Now, I want you to stop thinking about what it would be like, and instead, take the steps to make it your reality.

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    3. How Women Can Start a Business Online Today

      How Women Can Start a Business Online Today

      Eight-hour-a-day desk job, 5-days-a-week is a fixed routine of most of the working professionals or business owners in the U.S. But when we talk about women, their lives are challenging and they have to work round-the-clock, seven-days-a-week, and without any pause. Even after doing household jobs, the efforts of a woman are hardly recognized. All the things she does throughout the day gets summed up in one word i.e. “homemaker”.

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    4. Women on Business is Sponsoring the 2017 Women in Strategy Summit

      Women on Business is Sponsoring the 2017 Women in Strategy Summit

      Are you a woman who is interested in business strategy, innovation, career development, and work-life balance? These are just a few of the topics that will be discussed at the upcoming Women in Strategy Summit that Women on Business is sponsoring. The Women in Strategy Summit will be held at the New York Marriott Marquis in the heart of Times Square from March 21-22, 2017.

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    5. 6 Ways to Manifest Your Dreams Using the Power of your Brain

      6 Ways to Manifest Your Dreams Using the Power of your Brain

      The wandering mind seems to be a pervasive trait of the human condition. Our insatiable appetite for information and entertainment initiates constant internal chatter and sensory distractions that lead to a loss of focus — derailing attention, energy, motivation, and sometimes health. It’s no secret that living in sensory overload impedes us from being and manifesting our best.

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    6. How an Inventor Can Make Her Dreams Come True

      How an Inventor Can Make Her Dreams Come True

      Sponsored by Stanventures: You’ve invented something and want to bring it to market. What do you do? How do you turn a great idea into a profitable business? The biggest challenge for aspiring inventors is coming up with an idea that hasn’t already been created. Can you solve a problem or alleviate a consumer’s pain point with a new product that hasn’t been developed before? Don’t worry if your list of ideas isn’t pages and pages long. Sometimes, a brilliant idea can pop up unexpectedly.

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    7. 4 Things Extremely Successful People Do over Holiday Breaks

      4 Things Extremely Successful People Do over Holiday Breaks

      Extremely successful people understand this phrase inside and out: Time is our most valuable asset. You can be the richest person in the world and still not have the financial power to manipulate time. That’s why you have to be very intentional with your time – even during holiday breaks when you don’t want to look at another Excel spreadsheet.

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      Mentions: Orlando
    8. 6 Challenges You Will Face as a Woman Pursuing Your Career Goals

      6 Challenges You Will Face as a Woman Pursuing Your Career Goals

      Women face unique challenges in the workforce. In some ways, it’s just not fair that there are a lot of extra hurdles you have to clear to be successful, but if you’re earnest and sincere about doing some great work in this world, then you will find success in your career goals. When you pursue your career goals, you’ll constantly be pulled in different directions and will always be questioning yourself. Are you enough for your children? Your partner? Your boss, co-workers, or employees?

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    9. 3 Ways Women Entrepreneurs Can Close the Gender Gap in 2017

      3 Ways Women Entrepreneurs Can Close the Gender Gap in 2017

      Women in the U.S. enjoy unprecedented freedoms — but we still have a long way to go before we’re seen as equals to men in the workplace. While the intention to change is more widely acknowledged today than ever before, the gender gap stems from an attitude that’s deep-seated in many companies. Investor and entrepreneur John Greathouse recently wrote a column for The Wall Street Journal suggesting women should mask their gender on the job in order to avoid discrimination.

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      Mentions: John Greathouse
    10. Marketing Dollars Wisely Spent

      Marketing Dollars Wisely Spent

      In attempt to promote my latest acquired skill, I paid money to advertise my skills and contact information on billboards. I also hired five to seven random people I just met so they could be my promotional team. My billboards generated phone calls that weren’t for my business. My promotional team scared customers away and was combative when I would inquire about their supposed marketing efforts.

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      Mentions: Google French Skype
    11. 5 Easy Ways Busy Business Women Can Stay Organized

      5 Easy Ways Busy Business Women Can Stay Organized

      Nothing hurts your productivity more than being disorganized. For busy business women, staying organized is key to not just getting everything on our never-ending To Do lists done but it’s also essential to keeping our stress levels down. Fortunately, there are some simple things you can do to stay organized no matter how long that To Do list gets. Here are five of the easiest ways I’ve found to do it as the owner of two companies, founder of an award-winning blog, and mother of triplets.

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    12. What to Do When You’re Ready for a Healthy Lifestyle Change

      What to Do When You’re Ready for a Healthy Lifestyle Change

      We all know that dieting alone doesn’t work. Whatever the trendy new diet is, it just won’t work for the long-term unless you’re actually making lifestyle changes that enable you to eat better, get up and move, stop being negotiable with yourself, and cut out the CRAP (carbohydrates, refined sugars, additives, and preservatives) that keeps you weighed down physically and emotionally. What you need to succeed in improving your wellbeing is a shift.

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    13. 4 Non-traditional New Year Goals that Can Transform Your Career

      4 Non-traditional New Year Goals that Can Transform Your Career

      You’ve had the same goals on your list for the last five years. BORING. Are you making the progress that you desire? It’s time to spice up your list of new year goals with activities that help you tap into your potential. Here are four non-traditional New Year goals that probably weren’t on your list last year — but if you try them this year, they are guaranteed to take your career in unexpected directions. This may sound extreme if you can’t run two blocks without gasping for air.

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    14. 5 Telling Signs that You Need to Become an Entrepreneur

      5 Telling Signs that You Need to Become an Entrepreneur

      It took me years to start my journey of becoming an entrepreneur! There were a series of things that occurred that I didn’t pay attention to until after I began to really take the idea of becoming an entrepreneur seriously. The reason for that was the same reason why so many others have not started their journeys as well. I wasn’t listening.

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      Mentions: Huffington Post
    15. Advice for Women: 6 Tips to Create a Resume for a Typically Male Industry

      Advice for Women: 6 Tips to Create a Resume for a Typically Male Industry

      As you know, we still have to deal with gender discrimination in some careers typically dominated by men. Especially when it involves physical work, women are still turned down as being too weak or unable to do the job – even before any eye contact or medical examination that could prove it (as if they actually could). If you have to face this reality, you must be wondering how you can get your resume prepared in a way that a human resources manager will take it into consideration.

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    16. 41 Business, Marketing, and Web Tools We Can't Live Without

      41 Business, Marketing, and Web Tools We Can't Live Without

      I get emails all the time asking me what business, marketing, and web tools and applications I use to keep Women on Business and my marketing company, KeySplash Creative, running. Rather than continually retyping the same email message, I put together this article to share all of the tools I recommend in one place. These are the web tools and applications that I use every day (or close to every day) for myself or for my clients. They’re also the tools I can’t live without.

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    17. How to Avoid 4 Major Marriage Pitfalls for Women Entrepreneurs

      How to Avoid 4 Major Marriage Pitfalls for Women Entrepreneurs

      It can be hard to explain to others just how much is packed into a typical day of a woman entrepreneur. When your neighbor asks how things are going, your mind runs through an endless list of all the things you have done—and that’s just before lunch. To avoid an awkward conversation, you just respond with: “Busy.” But it’s more than just being busy.

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      Mentions: Los Angeles
    18. Balancing Your Work and Home Life

      Balancing Your Work and Home Life

      Are eighty-hour weeks your stock in trade, staggering in the door in time for cold supper and Jimmy Fallon’s monologue, then up at the crack of dawn to do it again, and again, and again? When your family becomes strangers you only see in bits and pieces, maybe it’s time to re-think this work/home life balance thing. Since the problem normally occurs at the end of the spectrum with too much work and not enough home, we’ll focus on that.

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    19. When You Have to Discuss Politics at Work, Channel Pageant Experience

      When You Have to Discuss Politics at Work, Channel Pageant Experience

      You go to work and someone immediately questions your view on the current state of politics. “If the election were held tomorrow, would you vote Hilary Clinton or Donald Trump for president, and why would you choose one over the other?” Your palms sweating, legs shaking, and mind churning, as you search for the best words to explain your political preferences.

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    20. Ready to Become a Solopreneur? Here Are 3 Steps to Get You Started

      Ready to Become a Solopreneur? Here Are 3 Steps to Get You Started

      Tired of the 9-to-5 lifestyle? You may want to consider transitioning from employee to solopreneur. Just make sure you can manage the demands of being the visionary, brand ambassador, accountant, and technical specialist. A solopreneur is somebody who develops their own personal brand in order to market their products and services. They’re not creating a company to hire employees; they seek to use their gifts in order to add value.

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      Mentions: Orlando
    21. So You're a New Boss? 6 Tips to Gain Authority and Trust

      So You're a New Boss? 6 Tips to Gain Authority and Trust

      Four years ago, I took on the biggest leadership challenge of my life. Our company had just been acquired by a larger organization. Our owner and founder, Elise Mitchell, became CEO of both our company and our newly formed network, and she asked me to take over her duties as the company’s president. Elise had grown our small organization into a national award-winning agency, so I had big shoes to fill. But I knew I couldn’t try to be her — I had to cultivate my own leadership style.

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    22. Nostalgia: The Warm, Fuzzy Secret to Better Marketing

      Nostalgia: The Warm, Fuzzy Secret to Better Marketing

      We’ve all been there before: you’re walking through the store and BAM—you see something that sparks a thousand childhood memories. Before you know it, you’re standing in the middle of the store, smiling to yourself, thinking, “I need to get this.” What is it about these memories that makes us want to buy? Is it the warm feeling of watching the sun set over the backyard, knowing mom will call you in for dinner any time? The memories of life with less technology and more imagination?

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