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jobs recovery

Jobs Recovery Deepens Economic Divide between College Haves and Have-Nots

Are non-degreed workers being phased out?

Find out what the economic ramifications of not having a degree may be in today’s…

By Safon Floyd

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Meaningful Relationships

How to Invest Time in Creating Meaningful Relationships

Get a schedule that allows you to invest in life at the highest level possible

Recently, I’ve been wrestling with some paradoxes. On the one hand, you can’t give others…

By Black Enterprise

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interview questions

5 Interview Questions You’re Answering Wrong

You think you know, but you have no idea.

Find out the 5 interview questions that you’re probably answering all wrong and discover the…

By Safon Floyd

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Diversity

Meet the Global Head of Diversity at Dropbox

Judith Williams shares how Dropbox fosters innovation through a diverse workforce

Judith Williams shares how Dropbox fosters innovation through a diverse workforce.

By Kandia Johnson

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resume

Your Resume is So Last Year

5 tips to make your resume pop in 2016.

Check out these 5 helpful tips that will help your resume stand out in front…

By Safon Floyd

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screenwriting

The Akils on Jumpstarting Your Career in Screenwriting

In their Q&A-filled Industry Coaching seminar, Mara Brock Akil and Salim Akil provide practical advice on how to become a screenwriter

Mara Brock Akil and Salim Akil brought some tips on screenwriting to the American Black…

By Kali Wilder

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business

Are Your Friends Helping or Hurting Your Business?

Your friends will say they want to help out in some shape or form

Your friends will say they want to help out in some shape or form.

By Angie Morris

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muhlenberg college

How to Make Project Deadlines Less Daunting

Here's how to be proactive and productive while working towards impending deadlines

A goal without any kind of timeline can be endlessly postponed.
Sometimes circumstances, such as a…

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money

5 Worthless Work Worries

Why you need to get over other people's opinions of you, past mistakes, and other work worries that waste your time and energy

Work offers plenty of legitimate concerns: deadlines, goals, customer satisfaction, new opportunities, missed opportunities—the list…

By Natasha Miller Williams

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Tyler Perry

Let’s Look At How Tyler Perry Built His Billion-Dollar Brand

History does not have to determine your destiny or your legacy

Against All Odds:
How Tyler Perry Built His Billion-Dollar Brand
He’s become one of the most polarizing…

By Black Enterprise

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career

Things You Tell Yourself About Your Career That Are Wrong

To do good work, it still takes the basic building blocks: dedication, honing your skill set, listening to constructive feedback, improving and growing

To do good work, it still takes the basic building blocks: dedication, honing your skill…

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Young Entrepreneurs

3 Productive and Purposeful Things to do During a Gap Year

Taking a year off before college? Tips to make yourself more marketable

Recently, when Malia Obama, President Barack and Michelle Obama’s oldest daughter, announced she was taking…

By Kandia Johnson

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Millennial

Millennial Success Secrets

If you're a young entrepreneur looking to get on the fast track to success, check out Micha's course: From College To The Real World

If you’re a young entrepreneur looking to get on the fast track to success, check…

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Dana White

Leadership Expert Dana White Talks Career, Sacrifice, and Balance

Sure, you can have it all--just not at the same time

Find out the price to be paid for success.

By Safon Floyd

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Women

Rules for Creating Contagious Positivity in Your Workplace

There are plenty of ways you can spread positive vibes to counter all that bad energy

There are plenty of ways you can spread positive vibes to counter all that bad…

By Black Enterprise

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Compassion

Compassion Is Your Most Effective Business Tool

Best leaders know that empathy forges the strong bonds that engage the hearts and minds of team members

Arriving in Haiti in early 2010 was a devastating experience. As our plane circled the…

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Women summit

3 Reasons Why You Should Live Stream the United State of Women Summit on June 14

Livestream #StateofWomen Summit on Tuesday, June 14.

On Tuesday, June 14, the White House is welcoming over 5,000 women to the United State of…

By Kandia Johnson

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Storytelling

Storytelling Sets These Trailblazers Apart

Eric Thomas and Marcus Burrell share tips on how to build a standout brand

Eric Thomas and Marcus Burrell share tips on how to build a standout brand. 

By Kandia Johnson

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Work

This Former Model Taught Miss USA How to Work a Room And It Paid Off

Expert runway coach, Lu Sierra shares strategies for killer confidence

As the woman who’s coached five of the top 10 ladies of Miss USA 2016, including the…

By Kandia Johnson

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Investment Scams

Who Wants to Work Past 70?

You may have to.

Find out why 1 in 4 Americans expect to retire after 70, if at all.

By Safon Floyd

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How To

windfalls

How to Budget for Unexpected Windfalls

Having a plan for unexpected windfalls can be as important as anticipating surprise expenses. Just…

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Evita Robinson, founder of Nomadness Travel Tribe (Image: Nomadness Travel Tribe)

How to Get Paid for Traveling

Evita Robinson, founder of Nomadness Travel Tribe (Image: Nomadness Travel Tribe)
Have a passion for…

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