With women taking on C-Suite roles at companies like PepsiCo, Inc., Hewlett-Packard and General Motors, we’ve certainly come a long way from the days of women staying home to care for the household while the men went off to work long hours at the office.
Have you ever noticed that when you look professional, you are more inclined to act more professionally? And if you’re not on your wardrobe A-game it may make you act a little off, and not so confident? Not only do you feel better when you look like a million bucks, but people are more likely to give you respect, and pay attention to you.
While it would be nice to be able to hire a stylist and sit back while they charged all of the power suits and matching heels to an unlimited black card; we aren’t all that lucky. Here are a few tips on how to dress professionally without spending your entire life savings in one shot.
As a kid growing up people often ask what it is you want to be. Though the answer to that question frequently changes and very rarely does a person actually end up being what it is they wanted to be at the age of 7, one thing does remain constant; you have to grow up to be something.
Women in business are on the rise, and with the increase in strong, female entrepreneurs, it’s important to know how to get in on the action. Here are a few tips if you’re planning on entering the business world, and starting your own company:
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