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What should you consider when it comes to partnering with your life partner?

As a female entrepreneur, I’ve been very happy to see the recent growth in resources and support for women who own businesses. Here’s a rundown of some of them.

Even the most enlightened and well-intentioned employers can get into trouble during the interview process, myself included.

Lately, there’s been a lot of chatter around “asking,” from musician Amanda Palmer’s controversial TED Talk last year on “The Art of Asking,” to the recently released book by Michael Alden, “Ask More, Get More.”

It may surprise you to learn that there’s one business success factor that stands out above all others.

Are your business stories unforgettable? Stories engage our hearts and minds in a more vivid and memorable way.

A client recently asked me about the difference between management and leadership. And that’s when it hit me. Many of us lack a precise language for our most important job – working with others. So in the interest of clarity, I humbly offer the following lexicon.

Have you made them in the past, only to see your commitment fade by Groundhog Day?

Once upon a time, a big company gave me a handful of direct reports and I didn’t do a very good job of managing them. But eventually, I got better.

The problem with focusing on working less is that it makes work the bad guy.

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Jennie Wong
Jennie Wong, Ph.D., is a nationally syndicated columnist, executive coach, and the creator of the product quiz website