Four years ago, Heather Coleman knew something had to give. As the head of a consultancy division for a Fortune 50 technology company, she worked late into the night at least once a week, trouble-shooting staff issues for her employees and managing the expectations of both her bosses and her clients. She wasn’t sleeping well, which meant she sometimes reacted poorly to unexpected events. She had knots in her back and shoulders and a pit of anxiety in her stomach. Plus, she’d been struggling with bouts of stomach pain and cramping.

Did you know that one of every five minutes spent on the Internet is spent social networking? Or that in the United States 98 percent of people who are online use social networks each month, making it the number one online activity? Your customers’ time and attention are being consumed by social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Use them wisely, and they can give your marketing strategy a powerful boost.

Her decision to come home was unexpected. Thirty-nine year old up-and-comer Darys Estrella Mordan never anticipated that her next high-flying career move would bring her back to her native Dominican Republic. After all, she’d had a good home in the United States since she was...

Are men and women’s leadership styles really all that different? We take a look at the latest research to find out....

We’re at our keyboards way too much, and, let’s face it, the lure of the Internet is irresistible. How do you minimize your computer time and stay focused on tasks? Leo Babauta, creator of zenhabits.net offers these suggestions: 1. Disconnect. When you want to focus on a...

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