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I bought this short-sleeve blazer at Nordstrom recently.I thought it was a great way to switch things up since I’m always wearing your typical blazer.
The purpose of this blog isn’t to be a “negative Nancy,” but to shed light on the parts of entrepreneurship that I (along with many other people) tend to struggle with.It’s true – things get easier with time. And after five years of being an entrepreneur, I’m slowly mastering everything I’ve struggled with over the years.
Last week we did a great post on our partner site, InternQueen.com, about our favorite handbags for work.We actually went out to our entire Intern Queen Network and got them to submit their favorite styles.
Let me preface this blog by saying, I’ve only had employees for two and a half years.I still only have a handful of employees so I’m still trying to mastermind how to handle employee evaluations in the best possible way.
Job Title: Marketing + Public Relations CoordinatorReports To: Director of Marketing and Public Relations
This year, I hired two new employees.I had employees working for my business for the past two and a half years.
We've been talking all about 2015 for two weeks now - how we're going to succeed - what our New Year's Resolutions are, and more.At the beginning of last week, I announced my New Year's Resolutions for 2015 ...
I’ve been the CEO of Intern Queen Inc. for over five years – I can’t believe it.For five years, I’ve been building, scheming, planning, and creating.
Let's be honest.A perk of being an entrepreneur and working from home is that some days you just get to sit on your bed with your laptop and drink a cup of coffee.
You've been at your job for more than one year.The big question is - when do you move up in the company? When do you get promoted?