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Kimberly Walker, screenwriter, "Comeback Dad" (Image: Walker) We have good news for you. You can have a cool career and make a good living. No need to choose between loving your job and paying your mortgage.
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This article reaffirms people do busines with those they know, like and trust. Read on & see of you agree...
Daniel Watson's insight:
Building a business, is very much linked to the levels of trust established between a business and all of those with who it deals, on a day in and day out basis.
This excellent article, suggests that strengthening a relationship and developing trust will always separate you from the competition, and it offers a five step process that can be followed to build great relationships.
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Digital Royalty CEO Amy Jo Martin believes the best companies incorporate their leader's identity with the company's identity. Here's how.
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From a poor childhood under Chairman Mao to the world's top 10 self-made women, Chinese tycoon Zhang Xin talks money, success and family.
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Leila Rezaiguia followed her fierce drive through many sectors of a corporate career until last year she dove into entrepreneurship in the Middle East, founding Kompass Consultancy...
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Bonita Stewart Coleman's passion for ballet has seeped into her corporate career path. Here's how she made the leap between auto and tech.
Veteran broadcaster Teresa Kruze shines a spotlight on Canada’s top entrepreneurs in new book
Australian Techworld 4 tips for making your startup a success: women entrepreneurs Australian Techworld Passion and persistence makes the successful entrepreneur, according to four Australian women entrepreneurs who lead their own startups.
Because women are vastly outnumbered by men in technical jobs (about 3:1), they are harder to find in leadership roles. But they do exist.
Name: Nadine Harik
Job title: Engineering manager, web at Pinterest
Why she's powerful: Harik oversees the company's web and mobile web teams.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/22-powerful-women-engineers-in-tech-2014-7?op=1#ixzz36zrTts9k
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Elizabeth Holmes founded her revolutionary blood diagnostics company, Theranos, when she was 19. It’s now worth more than $9 billion, and poised to change health care.
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