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Exploring Professional Burnout

Exploring Professional Burnout

Apr 11, 2017

When we initially set out to learn more about “professional burnout” in order to educate our readers, we thought it was going to be cut and dry. This is a problem a lot of women in business face, there has to be a simple step-by-step solution, right? Wrong.    

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LinkedIn: A Professional Necessity

LinkedIn: A Professional Necessity

Apr 04, 2017

There are countless social media platforms in our world today – too many to sit here and count. However, when it boils down to it, most people seem to be predominately drawn to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.   

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Discussing Politics in the Office

Discussing Politics in the Office

Mar 28, 2017

Our mothers always told us, “Never discuss religion or politics”. Unfortunately, in today’s hyper-connected, twenty-four-hour news cycle obsessed world, we are constantly surrounded by politics. We look down at our phones, we turn on our computers, we pass by a television, and all we see is political chatter. So, how should this translate into our professional lives?    

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How to Fight Impostor Syndrome

How to Fight Impostor Syndrome

Mar 21, 2017

A whopping SEVENTY PERCENT of people suffer from Impostor Syndrome. At some point in your professional life you have probably experienced this phenomenon. You just didn't have a name to associate with your feelings.   

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Mastering Time Management

Mastering Time Management

Mar 14, 2017

Entire sections of book stores are dedicated to the art of time management. When you type “time management” into Google, the search engine spits out “about 93,100,000 results”. I’m sure we don’t need to explain the intense interest in this topic. Even the most organized among us seem to fail at making it through their to-do list each day.   

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The Source Advisory Panel: Leigh Reeves

The Source Advisory Panel: Leigh Reeves

Mar 07, 2017

Mississippi is full of talented, impressive, professional women, and The Source believes we have the best of the best serving on our Advisory Panel for the Jackson Metro Area. We want to give participants of The Source a chance to get to know some of these incredible ladies.   

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Co-Working Space in Jackson

Co-Working Space in Jackson

Feb 28, 2017

Modern technology allows an increasing number of professionals to work outside the walls of a traditional corporate setting. Freelancers, remote workers, and business entrepreneurs who typically work from home are starting to see a need for actual professional space – conference rooms for meetings, desks where it’s easy to sit and focus away from the distractions of home. That’s where co-working spaces come into the picture.   

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The Scary Art of Public Speaking

The Scary Art of Public Speaking

Feb 21, 2017

Public speaking can be one of your greatest assets as a professional. After all, you are a capable, experienced professional in your chosen field. Why wouldn’t you be able to address a crowd for a few minutes and explain to them a skill or project you spend at least 40 hours a week working towards perfecting. Piece of cake, right? Wrong. Wrong. Wrong.   

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Negotiating a Raise

Negotiating a Raise

Jan 23, 2017

Money is ALWAYS on our minds in today’s fast-paced world. Everything around us seems to become increasingly more expensive, and, for some, salaries seem to stay the same.   

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A Million Reasons to Love Small Businesses

A Million Reasons to Love Small Businesses

Jan 09, 2017

Small businesses are the core of our communities. While this has always been the case, a growing campaign to rally and better support small businesses continues to make progress.
   

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