10 Women Wellness Entrepreneurs Share Small Lifestyle Tweaks That Can Make Big Changes To How You Feel

“Speak sweetly and positively to yourself like you would your child or parent,” shares one health and wellness founder.

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Who doesn’t like to feel healthier and more energectic? We all know in the back of our minds that we will feel better if we exercise more and watch what we eat — but sometimes huge commitments feel too difficult and don’t stick.

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4 Tips for Aspiring Women Business Owners

Reaping deserved financial rewards requires shaking off corporate gender bias.

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The recent publication of Forbes’ “America’s Most Innovative Leaders” list, in which there was just one female executive featured, sparked backlash online and off. Yet, many women weren’t the least bit surprised. Despite decades of corporate diversity efforts, change has come slowly. Women still hold just 25 percent of five critical C-suite posi

How Model Alexandra Cristin Turned Her Brand Into an 8-Figure Empire

The Glam Seamless founder and CEO breaks down how she broke through as an entrepreneur.

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Seven years ago, plus-size model Alexandra Cristin was watching her favorite YouTuber at her apartment when she decided to start selling hair extensions online. Today, she owns and operates one of the leading seamless hair extension brands in the beauty industry, Glam Seamless.

She had been wearing hair extensions since she was 14 and originally got the idea to start the company as a side hustle. However, her passion quickly set her apart from the competition and positioned her to domina

Here’s How Big Tech Companies Can End the Gender Pay Gap

Recognizing the myth of the meritocracy is the first step toward ending the gender pay gap for women in tech.

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Silicon Valley is known for its innovation, high-skilled talent and its meritocratic ethos — that is, the focus on evaluating and rewarding employees based not on who they are, but on what they achieve. Big tech companies like Google and Uber famously promote company values that emphasize those ideas as a way of creating equality in the workplace.

When taken at face value, that all seems fair and good. However, reality captures a far different picture. Despite t

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