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The Edge: The Importance of Authenticity

Throughout the last decade, the mantra “fake it until you make it” has become as omnipresent in business as briefcases and blazers. This seems especially evident within the professional woman’s world, where apparently, ambition and assertive action are somehow still perceived as the exception, not the norm. Superior confidence and business acumen isn’t something every woman is inherently born with, … Read More

FLORIDA TODAY EDGE Blog: Telecommuting is Trending, But is it Right for You?

While telecommuting is a trend that may be gaining more acceptance in the workplace, there are still many employers who are opposed to making this style of work commonplace. Yet according to a recent article by Forbes, a survey conducted by the Society for Human Resources Management in June 2016 showed that telecommuting benefits (flex work plans) have increased threefold … Read More

FLORIDA TODAY EDGE Blog: Innovate from Within, Provide Incentives and Reward Solutions

How do you promote innovation while trying to manage the day-to-day operations necessary to run your business? There are many ways to create a culture of innovation, including building diverse teams, not punishing failure, promoting collaboration and leading the charge. You need a diverse team in terms of traits you are born with and traits acquired through experience. You should … Read More

FLORIDA TODAY EDGE Blog: When Should You Seek the Services of an Attorney?

There are times where you question the need of a lawyer. Although you may not think you need to enroll our services, there are times when it is absolutely necessary and in your best interest. For instance, if you are involved in an accident where there is significant damage to persons or property, when your family status is about to … Read More

FLORIDA TODAY EDGE Blog: Helping Others, Helping the Community

As a single mother of three daughters, I have to admit my energy and enthusiasm for taking on any more responsibilities is at absolute zero. But, there’s a core of nonprofits in Brevard County doing important work who are dependent on overworked people like yourselves to pitch in every once in awhile. I know this, because I run one of … Read More