"I don't want to be poor."
As a coach, this is something I hear, routinely, from men and women, around the world. Men and women who are thinking abo...
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If you want to make the most of your future visit, the following recommended activities can be accomplished during a long weekend.
My plan for the conference was simple. I would casually bump into a literary agent who would immediately recognize me and sign me up on the spot.
When I started blogging, it was passion that fueled me. It's that passion that becomes a bloggers purpose, and that's what I need to bring.
"We, as women, need to provide the supply. Show up. Use your network. Make the ask. Know your value. Pitch it. A lot of our programming is focused on developing those fundamental skills."
In an appearance that attendees took as recognition of their clout, President Obama addressed the more than 5,000 women at the annual BlogHer conferen...
Mom bloggers writing posts about a conference dedicated to -- what else -- blogging: in the blog world, it doesn’t get much more meta than that.
So my best advice for women attending BlogHer is to do what people do on their blogs: Be open. If you come with an open mind and open heart, BlogHer will fill you up.
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