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You've been dreaming of that custom backsplash forever. Now's the time. The kitchen is probably the most used room in your house, so you want it to be a space you enjoy spending time in. From country to
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Pooch, be gone. You can get a stronger center without unfurling an exercise mat. In fact, the standing abdominals routine below hits all of the muscles that make up your core, from your abs to your hips,
If you love books, libraries are some of the most spectacular buildings in the world. To celebrate these monumentally important buildings, we've complied a list of the most magnificent libraries on the
Engaging your brand with influential people in your industry allows you to increase awareness, create advocates, and improve your online reputation. It's no secret that people appreciate recommendations
Different social media sites offer different virtues for your business. Here’s how to optimize each one based on when you post. We get it, managing your business’s social media accounts can be daunting:
From the cost of rent to the subway smells, the things Carrie Bradshaw didn't warn you about. Last week a study found that New York City was deemed the unhappiest city in America. While this may come a
Established in 2002, Executive Women's Forum, or EWF, is the largest women's member-based business in the industry, serving some of the most prominent female executives in the field. Last year, I had pleasure
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A leadership consulting firm, CMOE recently did a survey. They got answers from some of the most influential leaders in America. The below graphic shows the average day according to their survey: Here
Ask before you leap. Before joining a founding team, ask yourself: are you a co-founder? And if so, do you have the same terms as other members of the founding team? This may seem obvious to the entrepreneur,
Acquiring other companies is a growth strategy used by businesses to bring new products or services, talent, and clients under their company umbrella-or to effectively shut down competitors. Buying out
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Details often make or break accomplishments. You could have an incredible idea for a new business venture, but big ideas are only as powerful as the details behind them. That's why so many employers post
Rahul Varshneya is the co-creator of Foster.fm, a SaaS platform helping startups and small businesses grow their companies using social media. This is truly the big bad world. You try your best (or at
This is a douche-free zone. Your vagina is kind of like The Incredible Hulk—not necessarily in the muscular and green kind of way (I hope?), but in a "you won't like her when she's angry" kind of way.
My primary desired outcome from the work I do during my brief time on this planet is not to purchase luxury items for myself, it's to solve problems that cause suffering for billions of fellow human beings.
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