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"Natural beauty makes me feel just as glamorous as any other product, minus the unwanted and unnecessary ingredients."
About the author Catriona Pollard is the author of From Unknown To Expert, a step by step framework designed to help entrepreneurs
In the last three years, we've witnessed a boom of "Gold Rush" proportions as companies, brands, and artists scramble to develop virtual reality tools, platforms, and content, trying to figure out what will win out in this new frontier.
Moving the Masses Here to Stay So how can brands connect with an audience who put people at the top of their most trusted
I'm Taiba, AKA The Urban Analyst on my blog, a place where I like to write out my forever-wandering thoughts and document
Moving information within online communities is at the heart of marketing today. As networks expand, and more content is shared, new engagement patterns have emerged.
It is 2015 and millennials are only spending more time on their mobile devices and consequently spending more time on popular social media apps. It's always entertaining to see how older folks perceive newer technology targeted towards teenagers.
'Hey kid, catch!' If you grew up in the 80s, or you're any avid sports fan who knows what it's like to idolize a player, you'll recall how magically those three words resonated with that nine-year-old boy face-to-face with 'Mean' Joe Green.
Afraid you will fail? Supplant your fear with a greater motivation.
After Weight: Today I weighed in at 149 pounds. As long as I stay between 145 and 150 pounds, I’m happy. The Huffington Post
Whether it's an investor or an influencer, there will come a time when you have only five minutes to make the most important pitch of your life. That brings me to one of the best shows on television, Shark Tank.
Is it just me or do you too feel that people are so focused on building their "street cred" online they've forgotten their manners? They've forgotten what it means to be service-oriented.
We spend so much time striving for more, wanting more. Working hard to get ahead seems like an endless race against the rest of mankind. Kind of like laundry at my house, it is never completely done.