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Our 18 Favorite Things

We’re always trying things out over here at Lioness. We’re back with our annual list of our 18 Our Favorite Things:

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How To Live The Life You Want In 2017

It requires courage to live the life you want this year. No more excuses. Here’s how to step out and show up for what you want.

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You Don’t Need Customers. You Need Lovers.

How do we find our potential Lovers? By establishing a platform that allows for a consumer’s authentic self to be expressed through your brand.

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Seven Steps To Company Success In 2017

It’s that time of year again to think about change, improvement and new achievements for your company in 2017. Let’s use seven steps for company success.

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Why You Need Great Political Skills If You Want To Be A Successful Leader

People with political skills win over the right people and build a coalition to take on the project. Today Kim L. Clark examines the viewpoint.

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Illusion Or Reality: 7 Fundamentals Of Realistic Leadership

An illusion can be more pleasant and soothing to the conscious mind, but they are temporal, draw our focus from the truth and ultimately must be addressed.

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‘Tis The Season: 5 Expert Tips For Seamless Holiday Entertaining

Whether it’s a casual weekend brunch, formal sit-down dinner or a glitzy cocktail party, here’s how you do seamless holiday entertaining.

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Coughing? Bring A Healthy Dose Of Sick Etiquette To Work

We all know employees who still come to work despite being ill. This article is for them and anyone else in need of some workplace sick etiquette.

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How To Make Money Decisions That Keep Giving On A Long-Term Basis

Natasha talks to money maven Jamie Campbell about how to make money decisions that keep giving on a long-term basis.

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Host Of CNBC’s ‘Make Me A Millionaire Inventor’ Helps Find The Engineers Of Tomorrow

Bell splits her time between “Make Me A Millionaire Inventor” and Future Engineers, a platform that develops design challenges for young innovators.