Category: LeadershipGirl

6 Most Annoying Myths about Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders

Women in business still face prejudices and clichés that their male counterparts don’t have to deal with. The good news is that many of these myths are already dying. Changing attitudes and new opportunities are giving female entrepreneurs and business leaders a chance to shine. As much as times have changes, there are some persistent…
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Secrets to Being an Outstanding Public Speaker

~by Donya Zimmerman~  As a Public Speaker, you must understand that the speech is not about you, it’s about the audience. Professional speakers understand the need to focus on a problem and give solutions to it. As a public speaker, you should create a connection with the audience. The best speeches are remembered because the…
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3 Tips For Building the Next Generation of Leaders

One of the most important parts of my life is building the next generation of leaders.  I find that I have an affinity for mentoring others, and really enjoy it.  I also think that it is very important to teach others to fish for themselves, so that they can lead.  I do this in my…
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Leadership Is About Making Hard Decisions

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ Leadership is all about fun and games. Until it’s not. Being a leader, and being in a leadership position is about making hard decisions.  It means that even when the going gets tough – and sometimes it really does get tough, you’re willing to step in and do what needs to…
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1 Leadership Tip-Build up Others

There are plenty of tips out there for leadership.  In this article, we will talk about 1 Leadership tip- build up others. What do I mean by that?  In life we’re all faced with a lot of situations in our daily lives.  It is the mark of a true leader who can rise above their…
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Courage

“Courage doesn’t always Roar.  Sometimes it’s the quiet voice at the end of the day that says I will try again tomorrow” ~ Mary Anne Radmacher This is one of my themes.  I am the quiet type who will keep trying, and trying, and pushing ahead. It is a type of courage to keep trying…
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3 Tips for Job Success

I am often asked for tips on how to succeed, so I thought that I’d offer up simple tips for job success.  They apply, regardless of industry, and work anywhere. Here are Three Simple Tips for Job Success: Communicate with your team, and your manager regularly.  Remember, that if you do something, and do not…
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Negotiate Everything

Nearly everything in life is negotiable to some extent or another.  As an American Woman, this has been a realization that has been particularly slow to come to me, because I was raised to do what I was told to do, without asking questions, and certainly without ever negotiating over the details. On the contrary,…
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My Kids, The Sociology Experiment

Being a parent is one long sociology experiment.  I’d say that is particularly true if you have middle or high school kids in your house.  In some cultures, there is a high degree of competitiveness, and a desire and drive to be the best students, and achieve the most in school. That does not seem…
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Are Boy Scouts Better Than Girl Scouts?

Someone on my Facebook Circle posted this article on my page:  Boy Scouts would be better with girls In it, he says that Boy Scouts is a great Leadership program, while Girl Scouts is not.  What I notice is that he mentions the Boy Scout Eagle Award, but completely fails to mention the Girl Scout…
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