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Book Review: Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead
I just had to read this book by Sheryl Sandberg to find out what all the hype was about. I would hear my girlfriends using “lean in” in sentences and I wanted to know what they meant…well, now I do!
I had a tough time with this book. The premise is that there are too few women leaders and the author tries to outline ways to improve women’s situation in this area.
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26 Ways to Engage Your Fans on Facebook
Are you posting to your Facebook Fan Page and it feels like nobody is listening? To get engagement (Likes, Comments, Shares) on your status updates, start employing the following tactics:
Attract Readers' Attention to a Point in your Article
Balance Various Types of Content
Craft Posts to Drive Click-Throughs
Develop Evergreen Content
Express with Emoticons
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7 Ways to Nix Interruptions at Work
Unless you work alone, it's entirely possible that your colleagues are hampering your productivity. While it's great to work in a collaborative environment, sometimes you've just got to put your head down and get some work done. These tips can help:
Invest in noise-cancelling headphones
Regularly ban talking for a period of time
Don't lure people to your space
Escape your open office
Ban interns from asking questions until 5pm
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