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BY: Center for Women
September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Every year, 22,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and nearly 70% of these women, including Rosalind Franklin who you'll meet below, die within...
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FeedingAmerica.org   As a member of the Center for Women, I get to meet so many great, mature women who are at a “crossroads” in their lives and career, and some don’t see much...
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By Karen Stawicki (right)   The Go-Giver, a book by Bob Burg and David Mann, has transformed my life.   Almost four years ago, a dear friend had told me that she had been given this...
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By Barbara Fowler   {Barbara Fowler is a partner and CMO with the Southeast Team at Chief Outsiders. Fowler’s specialties lie in sales and marketing synchronization, global business...
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By Jacey Verdicchio    {Jacey Verdicchio loves good books and deep conversations. You can find her on her blog, The Balanced Wife, where she pursues exceptional living and...
BY: Center for Women
The Center for Women submitted this blog by local writer Laura Cannon, fast on her way to opening to the doors of her own coffeehouse. In a city that loves its homegrown businesses—from quirky mom-...
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By Laura Cannon   {Laura Cannon is a 2009 graduate from the College of Charleston with a degree in English and creative writing. When the opportunity to open a coffeehouse arose, she took...
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Post by Jan Moorman (right)   “Take my advice, I’m not using it.” That's always been one of my favorite lines. Why? Because it describes in a comical way how I started my consulting...
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Post by Pat Eardley (right) According to a 2011 study by the Pew Research Center, women use social media more than men. This would seem to give women business owners a bit of a leg up when it comes...
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By Margaret Seidler (photo by Jack Alterman)   I teach polarity thinking for a living. Polarities are defined as interdependent pairs that may seem competing or even contradictory, when in fact...
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Speech by Jane Perdue, CEO, The Braithwaite Innovation Group Charleston Regional Business Journal Influential Women in Business LuncheonJuly 12, 2012 If you had asked me about my life and...
BY: Center for Women
By Shari Stauch  Anyone who’s set out to be in business for themselves has probably heard this sage old advice: Find what you love to do and the rest (meaning cash) will follow. Of course when...
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Post by Barbara Poole (right)   Okay, admit it. You’ve fantasized about what a cakewalk it would be to work from home. I mean, just imagine: Your commute time becomes about 30 seconds, you can...
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Post by Jane Perdue (right)   It’s nearly impossible to pick up a newspaper or listen to the news without hearing a story about how an executive, politician, celebrity, etc., has misused his or...
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Post by Pat Eardley (above) from Center for Women's "Job Coaches" series, part of their Job Counseling Program.    Karen owned a small design firm and was ready to hire another employee....
BY: Center for Women
(From left: Anita Zucker, Charlotte Beers, and Laura Harris at the 2012 Women in Business Conference; photo by Laura Olsen)   By Holly Fisher   Only 18 women lead this country’s Fortune...


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