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What Factors to Consider When Hiring a Remote Employee

It’s smart to consider certain factors when searching for the right remote employee. The best employee will be a natural fit for the company with the right personality and skills for the job.

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6 Most Annoying Myths about Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders

Women in business still face prejudices and stereotypes that their male counterparts don’t have to deal with. Changing attitudes and new opportunities are giving female entrepreneurs and business leaders a chance to shine.

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Why You Need to Create Systems for Your Business

Clearly, any aspect of your business can benefit from having a system. So what do you do? What do you “systemize” first?

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Entrepreneur Interview – Michele Morrissey

Michele Morrissey is a corporate speech-language pathologist certified by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). As founder of Lucidity, LLC, she leads a team of consultants and professionals.

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5 Must Have Tools for Startups in 2018

Do you have big goals for your startup business in 2018? If you answered “Yes”, then read on. To make your plans come to reality, you’ll need the right tools to power your way to business success. Here are 5 tools to supercharge your productivity.

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5 Useful Degrees to Help You Make an Impact

~by Anita Ginsburg~ .  Something many new college students struggle with is choosing a degree. There are so many careers to choose from, and it can certainly be intimidating. One thing you should consider is your prospects for finding work with the various degrees. You should also consider whether or not your chosen career will…
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How to Avoid Miscommunication in Business

~by Haley Lynn Gray~   I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen people get into an argument over something that they thought they heard or that they thought was implied in a conversation. There is often intent read into someone’s actions that may be entirely misread, and ill-will and arguments begin. The further…
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