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How Part-time Entrepreneurs Can Grow Full-time Potential

How Part-time Entrepreneurs Can Grow Full-time PotentialThe "entrepreneurial spirit" is roughly defined as "a gift" of passion, ambition, determination, creativity and leadership that is so intense that it inspires others. Notice, though, that nowhere in this description does it list "full-time" as a defining trait. Though commonly viewed as an all-or-nothing commitment, modern entrepreneurs do not need to quit their day jobs, take excessive risks or sacrifice time with family and friends. Women entrepreneurs, in particular, are discove


Addressing Mental Health Discrimination In The Workplace

Mental Wellness at WorkWe are making great progress in the fight against mental health discrimination. Studies and surveys show that our attitudes towards people with mental health issues are far more progressive and closer to the reality of the matter than they used to be. However, workplaces seem to be lagging behind in this area.


Overcoming Depression and Returning to the Workforce

Overcoming Depression At WorkDepression is the world’s most common mental health issue, and it is one that affects twice as many women as men: Approximately 12 million women in the United States experience clinical depression each year, and one in eight American women will develop depression at some point during their lifetime.


How to Mold Your Job to Fit You, Not Vice Versa

How to Mold Your Job to Fit You, Not Vice VersaLess than half of women are happy with their jobs, according to a Conference Board report. Only 46.3 percent of women say they’re satisfied at work, compared to 47.8 percent of men. Just 21.4 percent of women are happy with their promotion prospects, compared to 26.1 percent of men, and only 34.3 percent are satisfied with their wages, versus 38.3 percent of men. One reason many women aren’t satisfied with their job is that they’ve fit themselves to their work rather than mold a position that fits their career goals and work preferences. Here are some ways you can position yourself to navigate more satisfying career opportunities, whether at the company you currently work for or elsewhere.


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