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    Management Decisions - Understanding the Value of 529s
by Mark Stratis and Tim Muma - Apr, 2016
There are a variety of ways you can look to save money for yourself and others, particularly if you're interested in helping fund your children's college education. Mark Stratis, senior financial planner for Szarka Financial, joins Tim Muma to discuss the details and benefits of a 529. Mark explains how this goes beyond your traditional savings and the bevy of options it gives you from start to finish. On Management Decisio...
 
    Management Decisions - How to Thrive in Retirement as a Single Woman
by Chuck Conrad and Tim Muma - Apr, 2016
While everyone could use a little advice when it comes to planning and preparing for a successful retirement, single women have a set of unique challenges they may need to overcome. Chuck Conrad, senior financial planner for Szarka Financial, talks with Tim Muma about the various circumstances that can put single women at a disadvantage. He also explains the best strategies for staying on top of everything and ensuring an enjo...
 
    Management Decisions - Innovation? How About a Day Care and Senior Care Center...Together
by Charlene Boyd and Tim Muma - Dec, 2015
Both ends of the life cycle can be challenging for everyone involved. With that in mind, one organization has been merging the two under one roof for decades with tremendous results. Charlene Boyd, administrator for Providence Mount St. Vincent, discusses the thinking behind their Intergenerational Learning Center (ILC) that connects young children with senior adults. Charlene describes to Tim Muma why it's such a positive exp...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Venture Mom: From Idea to Income
by Holly Hurd and Tim Muma - Sep, 2015
The traditional working model isn't for everyone, and it can be especially difficult for women looking to commit fully to motherhood and a career. There might be a way to enjoy both. Holly Hurd, an entrepreneur, speaker and writer, shares her experiences and keys to success with Tim Muma on LJNRadio. Holly is the author of "VENTURE MOM: From Idea To Income In Just 12 Weeks," and she brings the listeners insightful perspective...
 
  Time Off Helps You Thrive in Life and Career
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Apr, 2016
It’s no surprise that most adults are overworked and overwhelmed but the counterintuitive reality is that many are not taking all the paid time off they’ve earned. According to Project: Time Off “After years of being asked to ‘do more with less’ workers are overstretched, stressed out, and exhausted. The always-on, 24/7 American work culture is taking a heavy toll, leading to 429 million wasted vacation days that undermi...
 
  Women In Business
by Mi'Shon Landry - Feb, 2016
There has been remarkable growth in the number of women of color business owners—and this figure is poised to increase as the women of color population grows. From 1997 to 2013, the number of female-owned firms in the United States grew by 59 %—one-and-a-half times the national average. A closer look at the statistics shows that women of color are the catalyst behind this growth: • African American women-owned businesses gr...
 
  How Closing Your 3 Gaps - Beliefs, Values, and Time - Dramatically Improves Your Life and Work
by Kathy Caprino - Feb, 2016
Part of the series “Living and Working Better” Almost 10 years ago now, I embarked on a yearlong qualitative research study for my first book Breakdown, Breakthrough on how women experience what they perceive to be professional “crisis,” and how they overcome it. More than one hundred riveting personal interviews later, complete with intimate, revealing details on how professional women transform all aspects of their lives,...
 
  The Secret's Out! Women In The Workplace
by Mi'Shon Landry - Jan, 2016
It probably comes as no surprise to know that... But did you also know? Although women represent more than half of the total workforce, however their share of employment varies considerably across occupational groups. The female wage gap still presents lots of opportunity for improvement, with a key factor contributing to the gap is GENDER DIFFERENCES ACROSS OCCUPATIONS. Today, more Black wo...
 
  Bringing Work Home? 5 Tips to Keep Work-Life Boundaries
by Melody Wilding - Oct, 2015
Let’s face it: The traditional 9-to-5 work lifestyle is long gone. For many of us, it’s not unusual to stay at the office until 7 or 8, or to burn the midnight oil working on a freelance gig, startup idea, or extra project to get ahead at work. Even if your company promotes a healthy work-life balance, your workload may get out-of-control busy at some point and you’ll simply need to bring work home in the evenings or ove...
 
  The Definitive Guide to Setting (and Keeping) Boundaries at Work
by Melody Wilding - Sep, 2015
For you, a standard workday just isn’t enough. Your boss depends on you to be available day and night, and you often bring work home on the weekends. Your colleagues and clients rely on you so much that you plan to be on call during your upcoming vacation, despite your desperate need to unplug. And maybe you’ve been asked to fly across the country on a few days’ notice so many times that you don’t even bother unpacking your su...
 
  3 Limiting Beliefs Holding You Back From Negotiation Success
by Melody Wilding - Sep, 2015
If you’ve successfully started your own business, decided to go freelance, or work at a startup, you’re used to rolling up your sleeves, working hard, and doing whatever it takes to get things done. But when it comes to negotiating, do you still freeze up or freak out? If you find it hard to approach investors, raise your rates, or talk about money and contracts in any way – you’re not alone. Thought traps women have abo...
 
  Fear Can Keep a Professional Woman from Succeeding
by Connie Pheiff - Aug, 2015
As professional businesswomen, we sometimes have to prove ourselves and our ability to do the job just as well, if not better, than a man. I’m not a man beater, however, the road to success for us can be long, with many bumps to slow the process of our professional progression. There is one very important thing that can slow, or even completely stop, our journey to success. Fear! Our own fears can either make, or break the fut...
 
  4 Steps to Visualize Your Career Goals
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Aug, 2015
There are times in your career that job search may seem like boot camp, where you follow your sergeant's orders unquestioningly. You just do what they tell you and trust they will guide you to the right destination. You go along fine for a while, blindly letting others navigate your way from mile marker to mile marker, and from career city to career city. In fact, outsourcing the job of job search may feel calm, as you are...
 
  Enjoying Regular Downtime Makes You More Productive
by Beverly Jones - Aug, 2015
One of my first coaching clients, who I'll call "Jake," was a workaholic lawyer. Jake was ambitious and said he hoped a short series of coaching sessions would help him spot ways to make his thriving law practice even stronger. Because Jake wanted to become more efficient, we spoke at length about how he managed his time. His work style was to put in long hours on billable projects, and avoid "wasting time" on law firm ma...
 
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