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You can start saving money (even with student loan payments)!

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Maria Bartiromo joined FOX Business Network (FBN) as Global Markets Editor in January 2014. She...

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I've been making a load of mistakes and they're adding up quickly. How would you suggest I stay calm and swim rather than keep sinking?
Hi Zoe - tell me more about the mistakes that you think you are making. ~TLC

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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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Do you have a favorite productivity tip for days when there just doesn't seem to be enough time?
You have to make peace with the pressure. There will never be enough time. And no one performs well when they are panicked and anxious. But you need to give yourself a little bit of organization. At the end of the day, when you can't cram in one more bit of work, clean off your desk, layout folders and files you need for the morning and make a to-do list. The structure keeps you from spiraling out of control.
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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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I have a 9-5, run a food blog and am starting a personal brand on the side. What I find is that when I'm doing things for my side hustle (food blog), even though I am 'working' I am so passionate about it that it brings me more joy than anything. Your side passion project brings work, but if you really love it, it will bring more joy than anything else. Additionally, I make sure to schedule time that is non-work and it's non-negotiable! Whether it's getting up early for a gym session or yoga class, or scheduling date night, when I'm there, I'm present. You need time to decompress. And most importantly, eliminate the world "should." Where you are is most important and if you are always thinking you should be somewhere else, you will always feel stress. You got this!
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What are you reading to help you keep up in the workplace, be that for new programming ideas or just social conversations?
I read all the time, and I read all sorts of things. My main rule is that I always indulge my interests first, and my interests are often almost work-related but not always. Yet it all filters into work. I read two newspapers (NY Times and Washington Post) along with Bloomberg Businessweek, which I love to read for some reason. I get a lot of magazines. I read a lot of kids books, partly with my daughter, partly for work. I read graphic novels and comic books, especially homemade comics, because they're fun, and again, sort of work-related. And I like books on animation, travel and music. I always think I should read more books on child development or technology - that's what everyone at work reads. But I always pick up graphic novels first. Right now I am reading Miriam Katin's graphic novel, Letting It Go. She worked on "Doug" back in the early 90s. In this industry, there's a pretty good chance you could stick to reading books by people you've worked with and you'd have enough books to last several years.

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Stuck in a crazy internship? You are *so* not alone.

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I work one Saturday and one Sunday a month. It's in my contract and I get a Monday and a Friday off in exchange. I didn't vote, but "pretty consistently" would probably be closest, although working more in the week doesn't get me out of it!
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Wow! Thanks for all the links to these great items. I love all your outfit ideas. Now, if you'll excuse me while I invest in a white blazer... -Alexa, littlepinkmoto.com
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Where does your inspiration to do all of the amazing things you do come from?
Hi Olivia, Thanks so much for the question Olivia. I know this might sound corny, but actually from interacting with other people. I take the time to listen and engage people whenever I have the opportunity. I find people fascinating and what I have discovered is that most of them have amazing stories. In regard to my creative work, I find a lot of inspiration while working in my garden. There is such much inspiration around each of us. The reason so many people miss it is they are moving too fast to pay attention. I hope this helps. Thanks again Olivia.

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What would you suggest young professionals look for when trying to find a job opportunity that fits them professionally and personally?
Your career will take plenty of turns and undergo many evolutions throughout the course of your adult life. Really? What the heck does that mean? It means the job you take fresh out of school (or even a few years out) may or may not be the job you'll have a few years later. In fact, it may not even be directly related to the role you're aiming for long-term. The reasons for a role or career change are endless: You may change your mind, you may be taking that role simply to gain the experience and a skill set you'll need for another role or at a different company, the company may change their mind about where they need/want you within the organization. Or my all time favorite: you may wake up one day and find that you want to completely reinvent your career. That's all okay! The point is, your role is not a definite and even if you land the exact role you were searching for, it won't matter unless you're at a company that actively supports and nurtures growth and where learning and discovery are ingrained in the corporate culture. Culture is where we start because that's what envelopes you every day...even after you leave the office. Most people learn this lesson the hard way early on in their careers and only after they've experienced 'bad' culture. Once you've experienced the difference that a magical culture can have on both your professional and personal life (yes, I used the word, 'magical') you'll understand why I always put this first on the list. We spend so much time at our jobs and with our co-workers, so shouldn't we enjoy the environment and share a certain value set with the people we are pledging our allegiance to every day? Company sits right in the middle. That's because culture and company go almost hand-in-hand. It is important that you work for a company whose mission you align with. If you're not excited about what they're doing everyday, it won't feed your soul - yes, I'm talking like a hippy again. Your passions need to be fed and if you don't agree with the end game of a company and their ultimate mission, you'll find it incredibly difficult to get through the challenging times and believe me, there will be plenty of them. No matter how financially sound a company is, no matter how great business is or how many talented people they've brought onto the team, there are always challenges and those are the moments when you need to be a true believer (and hey - they can also be the most fun and rewarding times, in many ways). The good times are easy for everyone to get through - but during the difficult periods? That's when you truly understand the importance of being a believer and caring about what you and your team members are building/providing everyday.

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What advice do you have for focusing on your own professional development and success without comparing yourself to others?
Well, if you're focusing too much on others, it might mean you aren't fully enjoying what you're doing. When you're truly happy with your work, it engages you and keeps your attention there. So ask yourself if you are really in the right spot, right field etc. Also, it's not so terrible to sometimes focus on what other people are doing. Are they better at networking than you, better at asking people to open doors than you, better at gutsily going after stuff? Maybe what's secretly "bugging" you about about them is that they're taking steps that, deep down, you know you should be taking. Let them inspire you.
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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...