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Sword & Plough's Adventure-Friendly, Rugged Duffle Bag: Co-founded by an Army Captain, this company donates to veteran non-profit organizations

While there's no shortage of military-inspired apparel and accessories available, not many brands are owned by people with real-life army experience. Denver, CO-based Sword & Plough, however, was co-founded by sisters Betsy Núñez and US Army Captain Emily Núñez Cavness. Emily served in the US and …

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12 Clever Ways to Use More Visuals on Social Media

Want to take your social media to the next level? Here some ways to make your social media posts more visual.

Content Sharing: How to Build a Following Using Other People's Content

Shares 7K<p>Do you have a content sharing strategy for your business?<p>Are you interested in discovering ways to leverage great content to promote your …

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6 Amazing Photographers Who Look at the World from a Unique Perspective

<i>This post is sponsored by Lookmatic. Grow your eyewear collection, change up your look and see things more clearly for less than $100 at www.LOOKMATIC.com.</i><p>With the rise of cellphones and the popularity of apps like Instagram, photography has become a hobby many people have embraced. What makes an …

Ten programs to help your child become more entrepreneurial

You're never too young to learn the lessons of entrepreneurship. Education and business leaders say that even kids who don't aspire to run their own business will have a competitive edge later in life if they're armed with entrepreneurial skills such as innovative thinking, financial literacy and …

Armed with a tripod and antique mirror, young photographer Laura Williams created these captivating invisible self portraits. See more here: http://www.lostateminor.com/2014/03/10/aspiring-photographers-self-portraits-disappearing-act/

Intimate Kissing Photography : intimate photography series

Taking on a subject we all know pretty well, photographer James Friedman has a new intimate photography series that captures people kissing to pay …

Candid Pasta-Maker Photography : portrait series

I think it's safe to say that everyone loves pasta, and how better to pay homage to this favored dish than to document the women and old school …

Ethereal Surreal Landscape Photography : surreal landscape photography

This surreal landscape photography series actually looks more like fine art than what it really is: South Patagonia's majestic landscapes.<p>The surreal …

Forgotten Ship Hull Photography : abstract photography

These stunning works of art do not look like hulls of docked ships, which is exactly what photographer Frank Hallam Day wanted from his new series of …

Social Media & Music Discovery [INFOGRAPHIC]

This infographic from Sol Republic illustrates how we discover and enjoy music in the age of social media.

Music Fans & Brand Sponsorships [CHART]

Music fans not only appreciate artists, but also the brands that sponsor their events, according to a report from Nielsen. The “US Entertainment …

Soul Train Licensing Info

BET Networks purchased the iconic Soul Train brand in April 2016. Soul Train is one of the longest airing (45 years), nationally syndicated, first …

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Dr Dre to launch Beats Music streaming service

en_GB<p>article<p>Beats Electronics, the premium headphone brand from hip-hop producer Dr Dre, has set a date for its long-awaited music streaming service …

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The Best Books to Boost Your Career in 2013

As part of my job as a career coach and as the Work and Volunteering blogger for Next Avenue, I make it a point to keep up with the latest career books. So to help you get 2013 off to a strong start, I wanted to share my favorite work-related books published in recent months.<p>One or more of them …

5 Great Resources To Help You Brainstorm New Career Directions

One of the areas I focus on in my career coaching work is reinvention – helping women ages 30-55 who’ve awakened to the realization that they dislike their professional life intensely and want out, but just don’t know what direction to pursue. The question I hear most often is this: “<i>Kathy, I know</i> …

Why You Need a Career Coach--Even Though You Own Your Own Business | Inc.com

Career coaches are hired by the big boss to help his or her direct reports overcome their flaws, right? And since you are the boss, you don't need a coach.<p>It's this type of flawed thinking that limits the potential of many entrepreneurs and the businesses they run. Part of the problem of being the …

I’m in my fifties. How do I switch careers?

<b>THE QUESTION</b><p>I am an engineer and have been practising for 25 years. I want to keep working but preferably doing something else. I am in my 50s and could tolerate a moderate cut in pay to achieve happiness in my work, but I haven't a clue where to start. Can you advise me on some first steps to get …

Career Coach Touts 'Passions' Over GPA

Career coach and author Jullien Gordon spoke to Hatboro-Horsham High School students about what he views as the four pillars of success.<p>Having a 4.0 …

A Step-By-Step Plan To Change Your Career To Something You Love

As a career coach, I help women change careers to focus on work they love as well as generate tremendous success and reward (financially, emotionally, spiritually and otherwise). I also help professionals improve the careers they have, if they’ve decided through a thorough assessment of their …

3 Telltale Signs You're On The Wrong Career Path

If I were to distill my five years of working as a career coach into one simple lesson, it would be this: The knowledge of your best career path will not magically drop into your brain one day in a blazing flash of insight. Instead, it’s something you will discover incrementally, over time, through …

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