How To:

Succeed at Work

3 Ways to Take Credit

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One of the most important things you can do for your career is to take credit for your accomplishments. These are my top three tips on how to do just that…

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It’s Your Skills and Experiences That Really Matter


Let’s ask some different questions and reframe the conversation around what success looks like…

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This is Not Your Father’s Workplace

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How I work full-time from home, spend part-time during the week with my six-month-old son, work at night, get other things done, and feel like I’m doing a pretty good job…

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What we’ve been up to: preparing to launch Rania’s new book

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Today, we’re THRILLED to launch our first crowdfunding campaign on IndieGoGo in support of Rania’s new book we’ve been hard at work on…

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7 Business Presentation Tips For A Shy Person

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How can someone who is nervous about speaking, develop presentation skills? Unmana Datta overcame her shyness and learned how to be a great public speaker. Here are her 7 tips for you…

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Do you understand the rules of the game?

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Knowing and understanding your workplace culture is CRITICAL to your success. In this article and short video, Rania outlines the the four things you must know how to do to advance in your career…

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Ways That Work: How to Be a Great Employee & Advance


These “10 P’s” sum up what successful women do to advance and succeed in the workplace. How are you doing?

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To Win: BE – Not Do

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In order to take advantage of opportunities, women must BE…

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Calling for the End of the Queen Bee


Four actions you can do to not only bring on the end of the Queen Bee, but also raise a multitude of powerful women….

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Successful Women Make All the RIGHT Mistakes


Early on in my career, a manager told me, “You’re making all the right mistakes.” This became my guiding principle…

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