Author Archive | Natalie MacNeil

Taking On The World With A Little Help!

Remember when you first thought about starting your business? You envisioned working on the things you loved, spending your days honing your craft. The thought of escaping your soul-crushing cubicle job was thrilling; at last you would be your own boss! You took the leap and started getting your first real clients. Things were looking […]

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Finding a Coach to Help You Take on the World

Photo Credit: Jim Bahn I was watching Piers Morgan interview a professional athlete a few nights ago and I was absolutely mesmerized by the rigorous training schedule, carefully planned diet, and the overall mindset you have to have in order to achieve incredible physical feats. It’s a lot of hard work for the athletes who […]

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Enough With Feeling Guilty

“I shouldn’t be into him, but I totally am. Shouldn’t I be looking for someone who makes more money?” “That corner office.  I want it. I feel bad for letting my ambition consume me, but I want my name on that door more than I want anything else.” “Everyone I know is settling down.  I guess […]

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Reframing Equal Pay Day: ASK for What You’re Worth

In case you haven’t heard, today, April 17, is Equal Pay Day. Why the 17th of April? It’s based on a calculation women would have to work until today to earn what their male counterparts did in 2011. Depending on which media outlets you visit, you’ll hear several contrasting opinions on Equal Pay Day. Kristin […]

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Assume You’ll be Researched

Here at MyCorporation we have recently been playing the hiring game. Having been the CEO for more than a few years now, I find it interesting to observe how the art of hiring a new employee has changed over the years. Hiring someone used to mean a couple interviews, some discussion among team members, and […]

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Dear Mr. Zuckerberg: Where Are the Women?

Dear Mr. Zuckerberg, Congratulations are definitely in order. That S-1 filing for Facebook’s IPO was filled with impressive numbers: $3.7 billion in revenue last year, $1 billion in earnings, and $3.9 billion in the bank account. There was one number that really caught my eye though: Zero. Zero is the number of women listed on […]

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ABC’s Work It and the Myth of the “Mancession”

“Women are taking over the workforce. Soon they’ll just start getting rid of the men,” says a character on ABC’s new sitcom, “Work It.” Obviously the writers and powers that be at ABC failed to check the facts before creating a comedy based on the mythological “mancession” that simply does not exist. A recent national […]

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