Try. Fail. Learn. Repeat.

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For many of us, failure is a four-letter word.

We may find solace in the fact that Steve Jobs was fired from Apple before turning it into one of the most successful companies in the world. Colonel Sanders did not start Kentucky Fried Chicken until he was 56 years old after his secret recipe was rejected from more than 1,000 restaurants.

The Confidence Conundrum: The Courage to Act

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Courage and confidence have a yin and yang relationship. You can't have one without the other even if it doesn't seem that way at first. But the term "courage" implies being brave and getting over some kind of fear. Even if someone said that you can't do something and you want to show them up, something's stopping you from immediately doing it.

The Competitive Advantage of “Woman’s Intuition”

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There are few women in the world who cannot point to a time where there "woman's intuition" did not save their life, limb, finances, or emotional well-being. The feeling like "something is off" that sends the body into fight-or-flight mode is a familiar one to those who have ever dated, driven, or walked through a parking garage after dark.

FIND AND IGNITE YOUR PASSION: Turning Passion into Profits

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Everyone has a passion of some type. It's possible that you've been indoctrinated to think that you'll never get your passion to pay, but this simply isn't true. Turning your passion into profits is one of the most difficult but rewarding challenges you can possibly meet in your lifetime and you shouldn't get discouraged from at least trying to do so.

How to Use Key Performance Indicators to Set, Manage, and Achieve Your Goals

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You may have heard of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). As a matter of fact, there’s a good chance that you use KPIs in your workplace to determine if your team or company is achieving its top goals. What many people don’t realize is that key performance indicators can also be useful in setting, managing, and achieving your personal and professional goals as well as helping you make the right decisions that will lead toward success.