Let’s be honest. Nobody actually enjoys having their weaknesses pointed out. Whether it’s provided by your boss during your evaluation or by your colleague during a group project, the delivery always stings and can cause you to question your abilities. This doesn’t have to be the case. Here are a few tips around the art of accepting criticism in a productive manner in the workplace. Tip #1: Ask Questions You may be asking: why would I want to make the […]
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Women seeking to help other women shouldn’t feel confined to the workplace. There is a plethora of opportunities out there – and you only have to look as far as your own life.
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Striving for perfection may be keeping you from achieving your goals. Leave the fear of failure behind and give yourself a chance to be vulnerable outside of your comfort zone.
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If you’re looking to ring in the New Year sans champagne, consider one of these five unique party ideas. Kid-friendly and sober, they’re sure to entertain your crowd without encouraging a hangover tomorrow.
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The season of New Year’s resolutions is upon us. Rather than flocking to the gym for two weeks before calling it quits, try these fun yet realistic goals to kick off your 2016.
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Ten gifts that keep on giving – literally.
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Over the next few weeks, you will notice quite a few changes right here on the In Her Shoes Foundation blog. Join our growing community and engage with new, unique content.
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