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Daria Hanson Helps People Acknowledge And Embrace Who They Are

Daria Hanson is a business mentor, life coach, Joy of Business facilitator and global finance coordinator for Access Consciousness®, a set of life-enhancing tools practiced in 173 countries worldwide. After earning her degree in Economics and Management in her native country Russia, Daria began a successful career in retail sales and store management. At the age …

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How To Create Killer Press Releases

You only have three seconds to catch the attention of an editor or journalist. Learn how to do it right the first time. When you’re trying to catch the attention of a journalist or a television producer, it can be upsetting when you don’t get a response after two or three emails. Don’t fret! As …

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5 Reasons You Should NicheDown™

Are you currently a one-stop shop that offers services from A-Z? Are you a jack of all trades and a master of none? Are you a “yes we can do that” company? You can’t be everything to everyone, and if you try to chase after every single demographic, you could be wasting valuable resources and …

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Food Interviews

August Vega Created An Organic Milk Alternative

Mom. Innovator. Purpose-driven entrepreneur. For August, these roles have always been deeply connected, each supporting and inspiring the other. When she decided her family deserved a better milk alternative—then, she reasoned—doesn’t every family deserve a better milk alternative? And why stop at better, when it could be the best? This led the clean tech industry …

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5 Ways To Green Up Your Business

Sustainability initiatives are more than just a bullet point on your website for consumers. As published in Forbes in November 2016, a report by consulting firm Roland Berger found that 75 percent of consumers take corporate sustainability responsibility into account when making purchases. (1) And they’re putting their money where their mouth is. A survey …

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