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    Reaching 50 and Looking Forward to the Future

    Is reaching 50, really such a milestone? And is it a time in our lives when we should feel anxious about the future? My own experience of reaching 50 was that it was not such a bad...

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    Avoid These Mistakes When Taking Corporate Headshots

    Corporate headshots need to look stunning and professional. You are presenting that photo to a lot of people and most of those in your circle will judge you, even if they only saw one picture of your...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Your Career at 50: Reasons Why You Should Keep Learning

    You may have been in your field for years and feel settled in your position, but just because you’re established in your career and you haven’t even considered a career change, doesn’t mean you should stop learning....

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • 7 Healthy Habits You Should Start Working On This 2019

    Janus is typically portrayed as having 2 faces on his head, looking in the opposite directions of backwards (the past) and forwards (the future). Ancient Romans drew from this symbolism; they saw the bookend dates of December...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    How to Change Your Career After Fifty

    When you reach your middle years, even if you’re healthy and young for your age, you may feel you’d like a change of pace or fancy exploring new possibilities such as starting your own business. If the work...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Types of Business Letterhead

    Letterhead is used by businesses and other organizations for day-to-day correspondences as well as for strengthening their unique brand identities. They are normally designed in a way so as to help people immediately identify who the message...

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    Setting a Vision of Your Future Me

    As the New Year approaches, people say things like, “My resolution is to be better at everything in this New Year.” “I’ll lose weight.” “I’ll go to the gym three times a week.” “I’ll network more.” Such...

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    Build Your Career

    As the CEO and co-founder of a leading financial technology company, I have some advice for young women looking for or settling into their first jobs comes 2019. The world needs balance and diversity in its leaders. Here are...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • 7 Ways Your Father Affected Your Career

    By Kathy Caprino – My father passed away last May at 92, and his passing has spurred me to think even more deeply about our relationship and his impact on me. As one of two daughters and...

    • Posted 7 years ago
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  • Your Best Place

    By Nancie Carmichael – Funny how some things stick in your mind. I was 23 and a young mom of two, and my husband had recently accepted a position in a church. I was a very unwilling...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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  • The Fine Line Between Success and Failure: Creating What You Want Most in 2012

    By Kathy Caprino – We can gain great insight by reviewing our past behaviors and actions, examining what brought us the most success and fulfillment, and what led to misery or disappointment. 2011 was a year that presented many tremendous...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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  • Five Steps to Set the Stage for an Entrepreneurial Encore

    By Donna Kastner – Boomers are known for their hard work, drive and persistent climb UP the corporate ladder. But for some of us, we’re looking for a graceful way to climb back DOWN that ladder. “Midlife...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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