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    5 Ways to Stay on Track | The Business Woman TV

    Learn the 5 ways to stay on track for serious success   1. What is your big picture? Dream big and be very clear about what you want….is it to climb the corporate ladder? What is your 5 year...

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    7 easy tips to turn your weaknesses into strengths

    In business, knowing your strengths and weaknesses is vital. It can mean the difference between success, failure and everything in between. And weaknesses can be turned into strengths, with a bit of self-examination and strategic thinking. Remember that you are only...

  • Joan Armatrading, and the art of receiving recognition

    I learned an important lesson when I went to see the legendary singer and guitarist, Joan Armatrading, the other week. Armatrading, now 63, is a master of what she does – songwriter, guitarist, pianist, performer and raconteur. She’s one of the...

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    Start goals with the end in mind

    It is time to start thinking about what you want to create for 2015. It’s time to sit down and identify your objectives and goals … but where do you start from when there is so much you want to...

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    12 tough questions to watch out for in a job interview

    A job interview can be tough going. No matter how much you prepare for them, you still have that fear you’ll forget your clever answer to a question you expect, or that you’ll be asked something you weren’t expecting. Improve...

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    Choosing your own values

    Social enterprise charity WorkVentures CEO Linda Graham-McCann outlines why it’s important to be clear about choosing your own values – and not live by the values of others. I’ve made money in 39 different jobs doing everything from housecleaning...

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    Shrug off statistics that show women are not making it to the top

    Women have long been under-represented when it comes to the top rungs of the ladder – the CEOs and senior executive levels. But with all the push and energy to get us there, it’s dispiriting to see data still...

  • Charity | Are you helping others or helping yourself?

    It’s often said that helping others ⎯ to be completely selfless and put someone else’s needs before your own⎯ is the most rewarding feeling a person can have. However, is this only true if you don’t stand to profit...

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    Drive your career forward while also having a family

    Research shows that women are proven to be better workplace leaders than men, but continue to be underrepresented and underutilised in organisations. Experts have linked this to a variety of reasons, and a primary reason is based on a...

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