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  • Business of Men

    Don’t believe the male flatterer

    As a woman in the business world, you will come across several different kinds of men: those who are straight to the point and want what’s best for everyone...

  • Tall Poppy

    When women don’t stop sexism: Erin Molan quits KIIS FM

    What happens when women don’t stop sexism? The question has to be asked as, once again, the notorious ‘Kyle and Jackie-O show’ has been under scrutiny and at the...

  • Women In Business

    5 ways you’re losing money

    We’re all guilty of losing money. Let’s face it, being a woman can be very expensive. Unlike men, we can’t wear the same suit every day just with a different...

  • Business of Men

    Behind the male pen name is a woman

    If you’re judging good books by their cover, don’t be surprised to find that behind the male pen name is a woman. Imagine how dark the world would be...

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    Career Woman

    Why it’s OK to quit

    The word ‘quit’ is not a favourable term in the business dictionary. But sometimes it’s OK to quit. In fact, quitting can be a good thing, and if you...

  • Business of Men

    How to take risks like a man

    Don’t hold back… take risks When it comes business, and well … actually in general, women have a tendency to not take enough risks to get to where they...

  • Women In Business

    4 ways social media is good for business

    Social media seems to have taken over our personal lives, and there are differing views on whether that’s good or bad. But one thing is sure: social media is...

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    Women In Business

    Procrastination is the business liability

    The first thing to acknowledge when running your own business is that essentially you’re working against yourself. You’re in the driver’s seat.  A lot of your success depends on how you...

  • Tall Poppy

    Why women hate women (on social media)

    A UK study by Scope has found that, of the 1500 people surveyed, 62 per cent felt inadequate and jealous when they compared their achievements and life events to...