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Chelsea Clinton, Vice Chair of the Clinton Foundation, works alongside her parents, President...

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At #phlwits you mentioned having a 'me fund.' What should the me fund include if disposable income is limited?
Hi Tara - Start laying the foundation for the fund now by thinking about what you want to achieve ("if fear and money were not obstacles, what would you choose to pursue") and what you're prepared to do to achieve that personal vision. Many of us brush aside dreams based on the absence of resources: time, money - what I'm challenging you to do is think about what you can and will do to get there. Take an evening class? Take your lunch to work? Skip the Starbucks?
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Entrepreneur and networking pro Kevin Conroy Smith walks you through the power of people and how to make meaningful connections with peop...

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Six Millennials share how they bring in extra cash.

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How important do you think your internship at Blackrock was in regards to your current position there? Any advice for current interns?
My internship provided me with a 'preview' of what it would be like to kick-start my career at BlackRock. After spending a summer working at the company, I knew it would be a great place for me to begin building experience in the financial services industry. While it took a huge amount of time and effort to get from my internship to where I am now, my internship was an important first step in the right direction. As an intern, I encourage you to set some realistic goals for what you want to achieve during your internship and aim to meet - and even exceed - your goals. Showing people now that you are committed to working hard and setting tangible goals is crucial. Don't forget to explicitly mention your accomplishments (to your manager or colleagues) - it's an important part of making sure they are noticed!

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The Secrets to Work+Life Fit Success, Day-to-Day and at Major Life Transitions

Called “one of the...

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Are you having trouble envisioning a career that would make you truly happy? Knowing your passions and what energizes you, and using that knowle...

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Stories We Tell Ourselves About Earning

Amanda Steinberg is the founder of DailyWorth, the...

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When working with data, how do you stay connected to the human aspect of your job?
Formulating recommendations based on data is a very important aspect of my job, but I never underestimate the value in finding a balance between art + science. At One Kings Lane, we don't lose sight of the fact that there is a person at the other end of any change in user experience and strategy, and that keeps us grounded as we move forward. I found that this topic is really well explored in this TED talk by Rory Sutherland: http://www.ted.com/talks/rory_sutherland_perspective_is_everything.html

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Do you have a mentor, and if so, can you tell us about your relationship?
I have a ton of mentors. I'm a big stealer of people's mentors. I steal ideas, for example, if I'm watching someone who is incredibly inspirational like Maya Angelou. If you read her book you say I'm going to grab some of these brilliant ideas. I follow her on Twitter too. She doesn't have to know me. I know her a little bit, but I don't have to call her up to be mentored by Maya Angelou. My best mentor is probably a very dear friend of mine who's the godmother to my kids. She is my best friend, and she is what I would consider to be a peer mentor. This is a woman who guides you and says, for example,"You know what, don't do that. You always jump to conclusions. Take a moment, take a break. Don't call that person, do this. Don't send that email. Here's how I would handle it." I think at this stage in my life that's been very helpful - that's probably been the most helpful. She is somebody who I really can trust completely, but also is constantly saying, listen this is your good part, this is your bad part; let me help you. Katie Couric's been a great mentor of mine, not only because I got to work with her at the Today Show, but because when she was working at CBS News I watched the way she handled some of the feedback that she was getting with incredible grace. I thought she was pretty amazing, and I definitely thought, "wow, that's a really great way to handle some people being incredibly," what I thought was, "unfair and unpleasant." People can mentor you even if they don't know they are.

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Motivational leader and Levo's Chief Leadership Officer Tiffany Dufu teaches you the difference between management and leadership. Y...

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The “Fashion Queen” co-host on owning your dreams and more.

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I love to nerd out with Freakonomics and Planet Money -- they both keep me abreast of economics and business but in a way that's fun, enmeshed with psychology and behavior, and relate-able to a broader audience. I have a lot of favorites but these top the list and continue to deliver!
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“Awesomesauce,” “hangry,” and others are finally official words!<...

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Motivational leader and Levo's Chief Leadership Officer Tiffany Dufu walks you through the art of storytelling. You'll learn how to craft...

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Public speaking and communicating at work can be a challenge for everyone—whether you're presenting to a large group, sharing an idea in a meeti...

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Binta Niambi Brown is a partner in the Corporate Practice Group of the New York office of...

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As a minority woman, How do I stand out in the workplace?
Devin, Your question is the answer. As a minority woman you already stand out...for better or worse, so make it count. Eyes are on you because there are few of you/us. In every meeting, presentation, and conversation you will already stand out. It's what you do with that spotlight which will determine what happens next. SHINE BRIGHT!

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Her mission: to let disabled women of color know they’re not alone.

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Ray Velez is Razorfish's Global Chief Technology Officer. He runs the technology...

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What do you do to break down stereotypes that women cant do the tough work? In the beer biz with great opportunity but see very few women
Natalie, Stereotypes are difficult to break down, but this can be done provided you have the right woman to take on the professional challenge and know what will be expected of them. This person must have a confidant (in you) to help them navigate through some of the professional and political issues that may arise. If you are in a position to make the change, you must identify a person that may possess the mental attitude and knowledge to handle the responsibility of the job. This is crucial because others will have a negative stance to you and the person if the tasks are not met. The important key is whether or not this person is ready to accept the challenge and possess the knowledge and attitude to succeed. The key in your question is "Opportunity"...once they get that opportunity they must be driven to succeed to provide opportunities for themselves and other women that may get a similar opportunity

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Startup by Gimlet Media is great for small business owners, especially season 2 which follows a tech startup run by some awesome women. Also, Note to Self with Manoush Zomorodi, and Mystery Show with Starlee Kine. Both amazing podcast hosts!
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UnPodcast with Alison Kramer and Scott Stratten. Love it! I also listen to Ask Altucher and The James Altucher Show. Great insight on a bunch of topics and you learn how to choose yourself.
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Christina oversees Quantcast’s global marketing strategy and operations, including demand...