Featuring Elaine Rau: CEO and Founder of Ladybossblogger.com

A former National Wedding Sales Manager, Elaine Rau unfortunately lost her brother-in-law, her job and her home all in one week. Stuck in a developing country with no job opportunities, she had to learn how to make an income ASAP. She took it upon herself and spent her last bit of savings, $12.18 to be…

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6 Ways To Show Up At Work As a Remote Employee

I currently work at Salesforce full-time and while I do have a designated desk in our Chicago office, I do consider myself a remote employee with flexible working options. This means that I have the opportunity to work from the office or from home (or a cute coffee shop) at my own leisure. I enjoy…

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How to Master Self-Promotion at Work (Without Rubbing People the Wrong Way)

Ever wonder why you’re not being promoted or getting a raise even though you’re killing it at your job? It could be that you haven’t mastered the art of self-promotion. I hate to break it to ya, but promoting yourself at work is critical to excelling in your career. If there’s anything I’ve learned since…

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Record of Accomplishments & Feedback [Worksheet]

If you’re looking to get noticed by leadership, land a promotion or accelerate your career, then you must document your accomplishments and feedback you receive on the job! Keeping a record of this information is critical to reference to aid in conversations with your manager, specifically around promotions. This worksheet is a great guideline of…

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7 Ways to Use LinkedIn to Your Advantage

Having a LinkedIn profile in today’s day and age is a must and is expected by employers, recruiters and professionals alike. It’s one of the most valuable and underrated social media apps out there. It’s a way for you to grow your network, connect with other professionals and showcase your work experience. But while you…

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6 Ways to Build Influence at Your Company (Despite Your Job Title)

It can be easy to fall into the trap.  The trap where you believe that where you’re at in your career or what job title you hold at a company affects whether or not you are influential in the workplace. Believe me, I’ve been there.  When I started my first job in the real world…

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