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Career Growth

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25 Tips To Find A Job Using Twitter
Finding a job using Twitter

Twitter is much more than celebrity gossip or election wars. Here are 25 tips to find a job using Twitter, from the very basic to the most sophisticated.

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How To Take Credit For Your Accomplishments
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Women are often shy about taking credit for work, at the cost of career growth! Here are tips on taking credit at work, with confidence and grace.

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50 Things I Wish I’d Truly Understood (As A Woman) On Starting My Career
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These 50 tips for women starting (or re-starting!) their careers are born from experience. Keep this excellent list handy.

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Entrepreneurship

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How To Make Money As A Freelancer (By Not Chasing It)
Making Money as a freelancer

Making money as a freelancer is not about just keeping your eye on the financials. It becomes easier to make money when you do everything else right!

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A Day In The Life Of An Entrepreneur: Shweta Foulger, Green OK Please
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Shweta Foulger who has moved from running a blog on all things sustainable, to creating a business from it, Green OK Please talks about her life as an entrepreneur.

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Day In The Life Of An Entrepreneur: Arunima Shekhar, Tell-A-Tale
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Arunima Shekhar turned Entrepreneur with Tell-A-Tale, a start-up in the business of telling children stories. She shares her life as an entrepreneur.

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Newsmakers

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Standing Up With Pride: Gaysi Family [Interview]
Life Is All About Choices

With innovative ideas to reach out to what is considered a small community, the Gaysi Family team is shattering myths and making LGBTQ voices heard.

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Enabling India’s Disabled, With Shanthi Raghavan [Interview]
Enabling India's Disabled

Shanthi Raghavan's inspiring approach to enabling India's disabled includes training, technology, and tons of determination. Know more about her journey here!

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Stopping Child Labour, With Suma Ravi [Interview]
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Read about child rights, violations, and stopping child labour in India in this conversation with Suma Ravi, Director, South, of CRY (Child Rights and You).

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Q & A

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Q&A: How To Become A Writer
How to become a writer

In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan answers a question on how to become a writer. How can someone with a flair for writing find opportunities?

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Q&A: How To Socialise At Work
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In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan answers a question on how to socialise at work when there are very few women in the team

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Q&A: Reporting To Two Managers
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Reporting to two managers can be tricky. In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan talks about handling dotted line reporting in a matrix organisation structure.

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Workplace Issues

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Brief Case: Is Working In Law Anything Like Ally McBeal?
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Corporate lawyer Debjani Aich discusses her work dealing with employment law, and shares the excitement of being in a field that never lacks for work!

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Quitting Your Job To Follow Your Passion
Quitting your job to follow your passion

Quitting your job to follow your passion may seem like a romantic thing to do, but the journey ahead can be tough, even if fulfilling. Here is an honest account.

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Work-Life Balance: Why Journalists Should Ask The Men Too
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Work-life balance is necessary for everyone, regardless of their gender. Are we doing women and men a disservice by asking only women this question?

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