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A former Y Combinator partner realised the most successful founders don't always look good on paper — there's a much more reliable sign they're destined for greatness


The 32-year-old CEO of The Muse who quit a job at McKinsey to start her own company shows there are 2 ways to launch a business — and one gives you a much better chance of success


Even the most successful entrepreneurs aren't always completely sure what they're doing, and that's a good thing



A 32-year-old startup CEO threw up the first time she tried to negotiate a raise -- and it inspired her to launch her own company


A woman who's spent over a decade in HR shares the No. 1 sign it's time to quit your job


A woman who's worked in HR for over a decade shares the No. 1 sign it's time to leave your job



A startup founder who was rejected 148 times before raising almost $30 million made 2 small changes to get investors excited


A woman who's spent a decade in HR says too many people skip a key conversation with their boss -- and have a harder time getting ahead at work


Here's exactly what to say when the interviewer asks why you're leaving your current job


A woman who's spent over a decade in HR shares the perfect answer to an interview question about past mistakes


A woman who's spent over a decade in HR says you can use the same strategy to impress interviewers and dates


A CEO explains why some of the most common advice for entrepreneurs is a double-edged sword



Here's the email you should send to everyone you know when you're looking for a new job


Here's a simple formula for crafting an 'elevator pitch' you can use just about anywhere


Too many people make a career mistake that lets their dream job pass them by


Here's the question a rejected job candidate sent via email that prompted an executive to hire her for another role



Here's the cold LinkedIn message that prompted a CEO to give the sender a job


Thank-you notes after job interviews are crucial — here's what to add to your followup email to show hiring managers you're a rock star