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Keeping The Rhythm

Keeping The Rhythm

Feb 19, 2018

Hi, ladies! My name is Laurel Donahoo and I am a born-and-raised Mississippi girl who works part time at a local design firm doing social media, part time as a blogger, seasonally as a freelance writer, and full time as a wife and mommy to my most favorite people in the world! It is an honor to have the opportunity to contribute to the blog over here at The Source today! I love this organization and fully believe in what they are doing for the women of Mississippi!   

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Be Bold and Apply!

Be Bold and Apply!

Feb 13, 2018

There is a statistic that constantly makes its way around professional circles. It’s a statistic that deserves our attention, especially as women. According to an HP internal report, “Men apply for a job when they meet only 60% of the qualifications, but women apply only if they meet 100% of them.”    

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Make Technology Work for You: Get Organized

Make Technology Work for You: Get Organized

Feb 06, 2018

Technology can be our best friend or our worst enemy. We waste an endless amount of time perusing social media and neglecting other important aspects of our day. On the other hand, technology has connected us to opportunities generations before us could never imagine.    

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Stop Feeling Impolite: Tips For Making "The Ask"

Stop Feeling Impolite: Tips For Making "The Ask"

Jan 30, 2018

For many, the task of “making an ask” invokes unpleasant feelings. Whether we’re negotiating a salary, fundraising, selling a product, or asking for a big favor, we often sell ourselves short simply because we don’t know how to execute “the ask.” Our overly-courteous inclinations tend to overtake the situation, and we walk away wishing we could have acted more boldly.    

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How Long Should Your Resume Be?

How Long Should Your Resume Be?

Jan 23, 2018

For every HR director out there in the professional world recruiting talent for their businesses, there are probably just as many opinions on what the perfect resume looks like. Resumes have evolved somewhat over recent years as technology has evolved. However, one of the topics still up for discussion is the appropriate length of a resume.    

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Life on the Road: Self-Care While Traveling

Life on the Road: Self-Care While Traveling

Jan 16, 2018

Self-care is always a hot topic at the beginning of the year. It’s a laudable goal with countless personal benefits, especially for a multitasking professional. Self-care can be somewhat easy to incorporate into your daily routine until your routine is thrown off track. How do we practice self-care when traveling?   

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A Post Holiday Slump: Motivating Your Team in 2018

A Post Holiday Slump: Motivating Your Team in 2018

Jan 09, 2018

January is reputed as the perfect time to get motivated and make a push towards some new goals. Everyone throws around the phrase “clean slate.” Maybe this is true for some, but we can’t help but think there are a few people out there who are having a tough time refocusing after a long, leisurely holiday season.   

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The Source Advisory Panel: Carolyn Boteler

The Source Advisory Panel: Carolyn Boteler

Jan 02, 2018

As 2018 begins, we all seem to be searching for inspiration and motivation as we consider exactly what we want to accomplish during the upcoming year. What better place to turn to for inspiration than The Source Advisory Panel  

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New Year, New Goals

New Year, New Goals

Dec 19, 2017

Throw your New Year’s resolutions out the window. Everyone knows those only last a few days. As we look ahead to 2018, let’s talk about serious professional goal setting. Now is the perfect time to proactively plan for the challenges we will face in the twelve months ahead instead of reactively responding to issues as they pop up throughout the year.   

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Ready, Set, Unplug

Ready, Set, Unplug

Dec 12, 2017

Unplugging from technology is easier said than done. However, it’s never more important or beneficial than during a vacation or during the holidays. The average person spends approximately 2 hours per day on social media. This translates into a total of 5 years and 4 months over a lifetime, surpassing our total amount of time spent eating and drinking, socializing, and grooming. If those statistics don’t make you want to unplug, I don’t know what does.   

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