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vision

4 Spiritual Ways to Bring Your Vision to Reality

When God opens a door for your vision to come to pass, nobody can close it

Pastor Marcus Gill, a Millennial who is making major moves, shares fours tips that he…

By Patrice Tartt

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Millennial

Lessons I Have Learned From My Millennial Friends

Learn about how spending quality time with millennials can change your entire outlook on life, and even the way you do things

Every day I see magazine and news articles, social media posts, and commercials talking about…

By Cameka Smith

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personal brand

5 Simple Ways to Close Out Your Work Week

Your Monday will thank you

Do these 5 simple things at the end of your work week to wrap up…

By Safon Floyd

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buffet line

Want Career Success? Then Stay Out Of the ‘Buffet Line’

What does it mean to get stuck in "the buffet line"? Rita Mitchell talks business ethics and career advancement with an example from the classroom

Honesty, hard work, integrity, and a determination to succeed will give you the very best…

By Rita P. Mitchell

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morning

10 Things You’re Doing Wrong Every Morning

Change your routine, changes your life

Here are 10 things that you may be doing wrong first thing in the morning…

By Safon Floyd

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SmartApps

In Case You Missed It: Must-Reads of The Week

Here are the must-read pieces you missed this week

Here’s a round-up of some of the most interesting stories published on BlackEnterprise.com and around…

By Selena Hill

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side hustle

Mastering the Art of the Side Hustle

If you want your business to be respected as a top-tier company then treat it like one

Check out these 4 fundamental ways to make your side hustle and your money work…

By Danielle D. Hughes

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stress

5 Tips for Surviving Work after Inauguration Day

Many Americans are dealing with the looming anxiety of returning to the workplace post-inauguration

In wake of the incoming Trump administration, here are a few tips to help you…

By Toni Howard Lowe

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Why We Should Be Grateful for Our “Haters”

Critics can't hurt you unless you let them. But people cosigning on everything you do can kill you

For some people, the thought of having haters is as fascinating as wondering about life…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Tech Skills

5 Tech Skills to Learn in 2017 to Make That Paper

These tech skills are almost guaranteed job security

The New Year is a great time to learn new tech skills. These technologies are…

By Samara Lynn

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Baby Boomers

Tapping Into the Wisdom of Baby Boomers

Baby boomers and retirees have plenty of knowledge and wisdom to offer millennials and gen-Xers. In 2017, let's take advantage of it

Let’s put our age and other differences aside in order to tap into the valuable…

By Stephen L. Ball

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Disease

Ask Sheree: How to Deal With a Life Changing Diagnosis

Advice on how to cope after being diagnosed with an incurable disease that jeopardizes your career

Intuitive Life Strategist Sheree Franklin shares advice on how to cope after being diagnosed with…

By Sheree Franklin-Hill

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media

How I Landed a Cool, Full-Time Job in Media

Looking for a job isn't fun or easy—especially in the fields of media and journalism

Black Enterprise’s very own Selena Hill shares some of the tips, strategies and advice that…

By Selena Hill

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early riser

5 Reasons You Don’t Need to Be an Early Riser to Succeed at Work

Tenacity is more important than being the first one in the office

It’s not about being the first at the office or the last one to leaves.…

By Black Enterprise

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leadership

A Lesson in Leadership: The Littlest of Things Are the Biggest of Things

Why settle for being a great manager, when you can be a great leader?

There is a difference between management and leadership. Rita Mitchell of First Tennessee Bank discusses…

By Rita P. Mitchell

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career advancement

5 Traits that May Hold You Back From Career Advancement

Even when it feels like you're doing it all right, these things can be terribly wrong

Check out these 5 personality traits that could be heavily affecting your career advancement despite…

By Safon Floyd

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tech jobs

Dice Report: 7 Best Cities for Tech Jobs

The top U.S. cities for tech careers

Here are the 7 best cities for tech jobs with some pros and cons from…

By Samara Lynn

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sponsor

Why You Need to Get Yourself A Sponsor, Quick!

Equitable sponsorship can be a game changer in your career

Often times, people’s perceptions or decisions are made about you when you’re not in the…

By Karyn Twaronite

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Older Employees

Tips For Older Employees To Thrive In The Workplace

An older worker feels overly criticized

From one mature worker to another: Here are a few tips for older employees who…

By Sheree Franklin-Hill

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aggressive

It Isn’t a Bad Thing to Be Aggressive

The benefits of being aggressive greatly outweigh the potential downsides

Although aggression is often viewed negatively, being aggressive also offers numerous advantages over being laid-back…

By Stephen L. Ball

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How To

Equifax hack

After 143 Million Left Vulnerable by Equifax Hack, Here’s What You Can Do

The Equifax hack could be the largest data theft involving Social Security numbers, which is…

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JavaScript Developer

How She Became a Full Stack JavaScript Developer In 5 Intensive Months

My biggest lesson learned was overcoming limitations I had put on myself regarding what I…

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