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Tips for Family Entrepreneurship

Starting a company with family members can be a fulfilling experience or a devastating challenge. Taking a few Mindful  Entrepreneurship steps early on in the process will help ensure that your business is successful and your family relationships stay strong. While some entrepreneurs seek support and assistance from family members,…

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Earn Extra Cash This Holiday

According to the recent reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate is nine percent with 14 million Americans without jobs. This holiday season there are some individuals who are getting into the entrepreneurial spirit. Here are some entrepreneurial spirit job ideas: Holiday personal shoppers. It’s an increasingly popular trend…

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Networking Tips For Your Career

While strengthening your communications skills and fostering your thirst for knowledge can positively impact your job performance, don’t forget the importance of networking. It’s a Mindful way to further your career. When you think about traditional networking, you may assume that it involves attending special functions and making small talk…

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Entrepreneurship: Turning Passion to Business

Small companies help our economy. In 2011, there were 28.2 million small American businesses. They have accounted for 63 percent (or 14.3 million) of new jobs created during 1993- 2013. But, as tempting as entrepreneurship is, how do you know if it’s right for you? And what do you need to start…

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Get Rid of Toxic People at Work

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Workplace bullying is more prevalent than you might think. Office bullying occurs when a fellow employee or boss targets and harasses a person for reasons unrelated to work. Nearly 20 percent of workers have experienced workplace bullying firsthand. An additional 15 percent of workers…

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