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Stop Wearing Your Halloween Mask Everyday

Halloween is tomorrow…otherwise known as “National Imposter Syndrome day.” Whether you love it or hate it, it’s the one day a year when it’s perfectly acceptable to dress up like someone else and pretend to be a nurse, zombie or…

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Manage Your Career Like March Madness

You don’t need to be a basketball fan to know it’s that special time of year…March Madness. The underdogs, the buzzer-beaters, the upsets…it’s an emotional roller coaster ride, and we can’t get enough. As a University of Michigan alum, and…

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The 5 “F’s” of the Midterm Election

It’s been a week since our historic midterm election (and it’s still not over), but this is not about politics. This is about all the positive things we have learned as a result of recent events. We can all agree…

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10 Reasons Why Vacations Should be Mandatory

School is out, pools are open, and kids are enjoying the beginning of a three-month summer vacation. Looks like kids may know the secret to success. While kids count down the days until they get to sleep late and play…

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Boost Your Confidence with a Brag Book

As young girls, we’re taught that it’s not polite to brag. That lesson may have served us on the playground, but it does us an enormous disservice in the workplace and in a competitive job market. In fact, most women…

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3 Ways to Bust Out of Your Comfort Zone

First of all, they don’t call it the “comfort zone” for nothing. And second of all, we all battle against the seductive lure of the comfort zone at some point. It’s called the comfort zone, because it’s comfortable, familiar, safe,…

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Ask Aimee – Mentor Matchmaking

None of my family or friends are surprised that I give sound advice for a living. For as long as I can remember, I have been described as the “voice of reason” and people have been asking me for answers…

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