Safeguarding Business Relationships

By Paige ~ May 20, 2013

“Surviving a failure gives you more self-confidence. Failures are great learning tools.. but they must be kept to a minimum.” – Jeffrey Immelt Navigating the business world is brutal. I’ve found this out multiple times, the most recent of which cost me financially. Let me tell you, business blunders hurt even worse when they hit…

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So You Graduated, Now What?

By Paige ~ May 13, 2013

“We don’t stop going to school when we graduate.” – Carol Burnett First off: I can’t believe its been a year and a half since I graduated. I was recently talking with a friend of mine who I went to Spain with three years ago, and she said, “time has literally flown by, it seems like…

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8 Career Tips from Laureen Ong

By Paige ~ April 16, 2013

“It’s not what you achieve, it’s what you overcome. That’s what defines your career.” – Carlton Fisk Last night I had the pleasure of seeing Laureen Ong at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism Must See Monday event. Ong is currently the president of the Travel Channel and has had an impressive career in the media world. Ong…

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The Choice: Freedom or Security

By Paige ~ February 18, 2013

“Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” – T.S. Eliot It’s officially been a year since I filed the papers for Soucie Holdings, LLC. I decided I was going to take my future into my own hands and not settle for one of the monotonous 9 –…

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The “20-Something” Stigma

By Paige ~ January 31, 2013

“We never really grow up, we only learn how to act in public.” – Bryan White One of the big obstacles I’ve encountered since graduating a year ago is having my status as a “20-something” and a “recent graduate” define my professional abilities. For many clients and employers, people just out of college come off…

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Freedom & Responsibility in the Remote Workplace

By Paige ~ December 20, 2012

“Every right implies a responsibility, Every opportunity, an obligation; Every possession, a duty.” – John D. Rockefeller Working at home has an incredible amount of benefits. For example, I have the luxury of taking a run at 10 a.m. after my morning calls. I can also take my daily “siesta” from 2-4 p.m., if I…

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Love & Work: Making Time for Both

By Paige ~ October 17, 2012

“The most important thing is to enjoy your life, to be happy, is all that matters.” – Audrey Hepburn My boyfriend and I both work at home, which makes life hectic in and of itself. Throw in some 15-hour days, finishing work at 4 a.m., dealing with difficult clients, busy travel schedules, demanding families, and you’ve…

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