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Here Are The Major Differences Between Successful And Unsuccessful People

Here Are The Major Differences Between Successful And Unsuccessful People | Women Making Power Moves | Scoop.it
In a recent LinkedIn post, Dave Kerpen, chief executive of Likeable Local, laid out some of the biggest differences between successful and unsuccessful people.
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Successful and unsuccessful people do not vary greatly in their abilities. They vary in their desires to reach their potential. John C. Maxwell
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Young Black Woman Entrepreneur Empowers Through Financial Literacy

Young Black Woman Entrepreneur Empowers Through Financial Literacy | Women Making Power Moves | Scoop.it
Though she is under 30 years old, Dominique Broadway is no stranger to running her own business. At 13, she operated as the vice president of her father's vending machine company in the…
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Women entrepreneurs are on the rise and are breaking the glass ceiling more than ever! Here are five S.I.P.S tips in taking your entrepreneurial journey: 1. Remain Focused 2. Join a network of supporters 3. Always Research 4. Create balance 5. Never give up on your vision Remain focused - Focus is the key component to starting a new business venture. It's very easy to get off task. Having the right focus is essential. Join a network of supporters - As an entrepreneur, I strongly encourage that you join a group or network of individuals that will support your vision. That support group will assist in being a driving force to you accomplishing your goals. Always research - It's important that you stay ahead of the game. Things are constantly changing and evolving. With that being said, you must be flexible to change with it. Create Balance - I cannot stress enough the importance of balance! I find myself at times getting overwhelmed by the days business activities. You must know when to step away and take a breather. Wooosa...spend time with family/friends, go to a theme park, get a massage, take a trip. Balance, balance, balance. Never give up - It's simple! You never know how close you're to the finish line...Remain focused never give up!
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What Type of Entrepreneur Are You?

What Type of Entrepreneur Are You? | Women Making Power Moves | Scoop.it
Know any of these entrepreneurial types?

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Karyn Washington's Close Friend Addresses Misinformation on Her Death

Karyn Washington's Close Friend Addresses Misinformation on Her Death | Women Making Power Moves | Scoop.it
Thank you, Yumnah.
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RIP Karyn Washington: Founder of “For Brown Girls" & #DarkSkinRedLip Project | Clutch Magazine

RIP Karyn Washington: Founder of “For Brown Girls" & #DarkSkinRedLip Project | Clutch Magazine | Women Making Power Moves | Scoop.it
We are sad to report that Karyn Washington, founder of “For Brown Girls" (FBG) and the #DarkSkinRedLip Project has passed away from an apparent suicide. W
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7 Simple Entrepreneurship Lessons from Martin Luther King

7 Simple Entrepreneurship Lessons from Martin Luther King | Women Making Power Moves | Scoop.it
An entrepreneur reflects on what we can learn from this American hero, and apply to our own organizations. (7 Simple Entrepreneurship Lessons from Martin Luther King: An entrepreneur reflects on what we can learn from ...
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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes: Cassie Betts, CEO District2.Co

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes: Cassie Betts, CEO District2.Co | Women Making Power Moves | Scoop.it
It's pretty easy to recognize the Chanel logo and the signature "LV" design on Louis Vuitton handbags, but how much do we know about the names and faces who create these patterns in the fashion industry?

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