Figuring out your “why” in life can help you launch the next stage of your career By Tanisha A. Sykes In 2010, Shai Littlejohn, then an attorney at a law practice in Washington, DC, was working 50-plus hours a week. She eventually started her own law practice and wove...

Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women—here’s how to minimize your risk By Leslie Pepper As an entrepreneur, Yewande Austin, 46, was accustomed to a hectic schedule. Days as long as 16 to 18 hours didn’t faze her, and she only added to that...

  Women often find it challenging to stand out in the workplace in a way that leads to advancement. Here are nine tips to draw attention to your work in a strategic way. [caption id="attachment_7428" align="alignleft" width="198"] Abstract chaotic background.[/caption] By Ellen Lee Early in her career, Jasmine N. Davis made...

Eight tips for eating healthy and keeping fit on a business trip By Carmen Cusido Challenges to healthy living crop up everywhere on business trips: from fast-food options at the airport to lackluster gyms at hotels. But there are tactics frequent travelers can use to keep up...

Here’s how to use introversion to your advantage By Tamara Holmes Like many introverts, Julie Bush, 30, used to hate networking. The co-owner of Troy, New York-based consulting firm XperienceU Training and Leadership Development, recalls walking into networking events thinking, “I don’t want to be here.” At first she...

LinkedIn’s Nicole Isaac believes that the power of connectivity can change both your world and ours By Pat Olson You may have heard the phrase “I didn’t choose my career, it chose me.” For Nicole Isaac, head of US public policy at LinkedIn, that couldn’t be more true....

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