009 EPS Steven Robertson CEO at Julian Krinsky Group: Redefining Summer

In this episode, Edyne Plancy talks with Steven Robertson, the CEO at the Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs. This is a summer camp that offers middle and high schools students from around the world transformative experiences such as academic, sports, medicine, startups, Global Leadership & International Affairs and many other great programs. The company believes that summer should be about doing something you love, meeting people from all over the world, preparing for college or your future career or experiencing something new. “Transformative experiences that help you learn and grow” -Steven Robertson Global Leadership & International Affairs The Only Global Leadership Program of Its Kind If you’re just getting interested in international…

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010 EPS Erin Bagwell Raising Over $100K & Named Oprah’s SuperSoul100

In this episode, Edyne Plancy talks with Erin Bagwell, filmmaker, and feminist blogger. We discussed how she launched a successful Kickstarter campaign, raising over $100,000 in funding to produce her first feature-length film Dream, Girl. To learn when Dream, Girl will be screening in your city and get updates from our director sign up at: http://www.DreamGirlFilm.com/newsletter How to break the door and create the business you want, surrounding yourself with great support who care about your mission and have your back… Her film was screened at the White House as part of the United State of Women Summit and Erin was named one of Oprah’s SuperSoul100. Erin’s goal with the film was to…

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Sheryl Sandberg’s and Women Pay Equality in the Workplace: #20PercentCounts

Tuesday, April 4th is deemed Equal Pay Day— the day that marks women’s earnings catching up to what men earned in the previous year. There is more to the gender wage gap. It is not only about pay disparity between men and women…   Obama’s speech: “over the course of her career working career, a woman with a college degree will earn on average hundreds of thousands of dollars less than a man who does the same work…”    SAN FRANCISCO – Lean In’s Sheryl Sandberg is calling attention to the gender pay gap with a national retail campaign that will offer discounts to women on Equal Pay Day. The…

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8 Mistakes Successful People Don’t Make – or Don’t Repeat: Women in Business

  Are you making the same mistakes over and over? If you do, you might find that you make little progress in your life. You may feel frustrated, overwhelmed and want to give up. There is a huge opportunity to learn from your mistakes. Learn from your mistakes will help you being highly successful. Repeat your mistakes and you will struggle. Imagine how your life would be different if you never made the same mistake twice. Learn from your mistakes and vow to never repeat them: 1- Successful people avoid making excuses. Excuses are preparations for failure. An excuse is a justification to fail or quit. No one will resolve your…

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7 Steps to Repairing Professional Relationships: How to be a successful woman

Work relationships can be much more fragile than other types of relationships. The workplace can be a constant battle of egos, jockeying for position, and the desire to advance. Small slights that might be ignored in other settings can ruffle someone’s feathers at work. These slights are often unintentional. In fact, it’s common to be at a loss for the reason behind the downslide in the relationship. At work, many people remain on the lookout for any sign that someone is either on our side or against us. Repair your workplace relationships in a mature and professional manner: 1- Attempt to identify the issue. Before addressing your coworker, spend some…

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