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7 Common Mistakes in Managing Your Time

There are many reasons a person may feel overwhelmed with their workload. One possible reason is a less than ideal management of working time. For anyone who suspects that a more efficient time management could ease their working day, here … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Warren Breaks Glass Ceiling in Defeating Scott Brown

Elizabeth Warren is the first woman to be elected into the U.S. Senate by the State of Massachusetts. Not only that, she was elected over the popular Republican incumbent senator, Scott Brown. While her victory was a great accomplishment, Warren … Continue reading

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Seeing Through the Glass Ceiling

As women take on high profile business positions, from Marissa Mayer at Yahoo to Sheryl Sandberg at Facebook, the question rises of how these successful women perceive the glass ceilings which social science research reports hold women back. Female executive … Continue reading

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Gender Pay Gap: How is Britain Faring?

News outlets in Britain were recently publishing claims that female executives in Britain make about £500,000 less than men over the course of their careers. The claims are taken from a survey performed by Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and a … Continue reading

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N.H. Voters Elect Country’s First Out Transgender Statewide Candidate

Stacie Laughton became the first openly transgendered person in the United States to be elected into state office in early November when New Hampshire voters elected her into the state’s House of Representatives. She and two other Democrats were elected … Continue reading

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NCLR and EQCA Move to Defend Law Protecting LGBT Youth from Psychological Abuse

On September 29th, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill into law that prohibits therapists from trying to change the sexual orientation of LGBT youth with practices that have been rejected by the mainstream mental health associations as potentially dangerous … Continue reading

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Elections Bring LGBT Victories

The November elections brought much good news for the LGBT community. Maine residents voted to legalize same-sex marriage, as did Maryland and Washington residents. Voters in Minnesota voted against a proposed amendment to the state constitution that would ban same-sex … Continue reading

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Obama Responds to 10-Year-Old’s Heartfelt Letter About Her Dads

In the weeks preceding the November Presidential Election, 10-year-old Sophia Bailey-Klugh wrote President Obama thanking him for his public stance on gay rights and describing the love that exists within her own family. She also asked the president for advice … Continue reading

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7 Simple Ways to Reduce Stress

Stress is something experienced almost universally throughout the world. While we might never be able to get rid of it entirely, there are many simple things that can help to keep stress at a manageable level. Exercise, for instance, helps … Continue reading

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Five Most Effective Ways to Invest in Your Career

There are a lot of essential factors that work into good career management, and all of them ultimately demand one thing: that you have a commitment to managing and investing in your career the right way. Properly investing in a … Continue reading

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