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Kylie Rowe

6 Tips for Excellence from Women in Business & Entrepreneurship
in Business, Entrepreneurship, Lists

6 Tips for Excellence from Women in Business & Entrepreneurship

Whether they are operating as a consultant, running a family business, or just launched a startup, women I’ve interviewed attribute excellence in the work they do to how they engage with others and the personal focus they keep to execute with purpose. The beauty of blogging as a storyteller is that I can go back through my notes and stories to find memorable quotes. In this article, I pulled 6 tips about how to maintain...

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13 Apr 2016
Alaska Native turned Fashion Industry Entrepreneur & Founder of BootRoxx: Heather Sallan
in Entrepreneurship, Stories

Alaska Native turned Fashion Industry Entrepreneur & Founder of BootRoxx: Heather Sallan

You would never guess one of Reno’s most stylish and motivated entrepreneurs hails from Anchorage, Alaska. It’s okay, because she doesn’t believe it either. Growing up she felt like a fish out of water. She craved big cities, fashion, culture and starting her own business. She found she was a more inspired worker than she was a student after landing her first jobs in sales. Growing...

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12 Apr 2016
Food Allergy Advocate, Blogger & Consultant: Caroline Moassessi
in Entrepreneurship, Stories

Food Allergy Advocate, Blogger & Consultant: Caroline Moassessi

It wasn’t hard for Caroline Moassessi to find the motivation to get involved. Data and information was lacking and there was only one national organization that increased public awareness for food allergies nearly 15 years ago. When her son was diagnosed with life threatening food allergies at age 2, there was no support in school or the community to protect her son. Her maternal instinct is...

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09 Apr 2016
From Performing Arts to Politics: Alex Bybee
in Politics, Stories

From Performing Arts to Politics: Alex Bybee

You learn a lot about empathy when training to perform the character of others in Hollywood, on the musical theatre stage in Las Vegas and through other performance groups growing up. You regularly put yourself in someone else’s life and try to understand who that character is. You are encouraged from a very early age to not only define your voice but to gain the confidence to define the voice of...

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07 Apr 2016
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