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Member Spotlight – Jennifer Bakenne

We are honored to recognize Ovue Jennifer Bakenne for this months member spotlight. Her energetic and positive energy is contagious and her career journey is nothing short of inspiring. In this short Q&A interview, Jennifer opens up about her career journey and the advice she has for other women who want to break the glass ceiling.

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Woman reading newspaper

3 Things You Need to Know About Your 401(k)

You’re lying on a beach soaking up the sun at 11 am. Or maybe you’re traveling with your partner through Europe seeking out adventure. I’m not talking about going on vacation. I’m talking about retirement. That lovely time in the distant future where the world is your oyster and the possibilities are endless. Or are they? That depends on what you save in your 401(k) today.

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Woman Looking At LinkedIn

5 Tips to Keep Your Digital Presence Fresh

Gone are the days where a paper resume is the only thing an employer sees before bringing in a candidate for an interview. According to a 2017 CareerBuilder survey, 70% of employers use social media to screen candidates during the hiring process. In today’s digital age, where a cursory google search can say more about your reputation than your cover letter, it’s more crucial than ever to maintain a strong digital presence that speaks to your personal brand and values. If you want your online presence to set you apart, here are five tips you can act on today.

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New Mindset New Results

How to Set Yourself Up For Success When Making a Change

Change is hard. Whether you’re trying to make a lifestyle or career change or quit a bad habit, it can be difficult to make the necessary changes to achieve your desired result. Take your health, for example. Say your doctor recommends that you lose a few pounds for optimal health, and you both decide that means losing ten pounds. So you choose to eat healthier and exercise, which you do for a few days before you fall back into old habits and decide it’s too hard, so you’ll live with the extra weight.

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How to Be The Boss of Your Money

Money is great. It helps us buy the things we need, like a roof over our heads and food on the table. It also affords us the opportunity to buy what we want, like a good bottle of wine or a plane ticket to a tropical destination. As the saying goes, money makes the world go round. But then why is it that we work every day to make money, and yet, we’re not always the best at taking care of it?

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Naomi Sundalius

Member Spotlight: Naomi Sundalius

We are honored to recognize Naomi Sundalius for this months Females in Food member spotlight. Naomi has blazed a trail from Food Scientist to New Ventures Manager. Read this short Q&A to learn more about Naomi, her career achievements, and the advice she has for

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Member Spotlight – Jennifer Bakenne

We are honored to recognize Ovue Jennifer Bakenne for this months member spotlight. Her energetic and positive energy is contagious and her career journey is nothing short of inspiring. In this short Q&A interview, Jennifer opens up about her career journey and the advice she has for other women who want to break the glass ceiling.

Read More
Woman reading newspaper

3 Things You Need to Know About Your 401(k)

You’re lying on a beach soaking up the sun at 11 am. Or maybe you’re traveling with your partner through Europe seeking out adventure. I’m not talking about going on vacation. I’m talking about retirement. That lovely time in the distant future where the world is your oyster and the possibilities are endless. Or are they? That depends on what you save in your 401(k) today.

Read More
Woman Looking At LinkedIn

5 Tips to Keep Your Digital Presence Fresh

Gone are the days where a paper resume is the only thing an employer sees before bringing in a candidate for an interview. According to a 2017 CareerBuilder survey, 70% of employers use social media to screen candidates during the hiring process. In today’s digital age, where a cursory google search can say more about your reputation than your cover letter, it’s more crucial than ever to maintain a strong digital presence that speaks to your personal brand and values. If you want your online presence to set you apart, here are five tips you can act on today.

Read More
New Mindset New Results

How to Set Yourself Up For Success When Making a Change

Change is hard. Whether you’re trying to make a lifestyle or career change or quit a bad habit, it can be difficult to make the necessary changes to achieve your desired result. Take your health, for example. Say your doctor recommends that you lose a few pounds for optimal health, and you both decide that means losing ten pounds. So you choose to eat healthier and exercise, which you do for a few days before you fall back into old habits and decide it’s too hard, so you’ll live with the extra weight.

Read More

How to Be The Boss of Your Money

Money is great. It helps us buy the things we need, like a roof over our heads and food on the table. It also affords us the opportunity to buy what we want, like a good bottle of wine or a plane ticket to a tropical destination. As the saying goes, money makes the world go round. But then why is it that we work every day to make money, and yet, we’re not always the best at taking care of it?

Read More
Naomi Sundalius

Member Spotlight: Naomi Sundalius

We are honored to recognize Naomi Sundalius for this months Females in Food member spotlight. Naomi has blazed a trail from Food Scientist to New Ventures Manager. Read this short Q&A to learn more about Naomi, her career achievements, and the advice she has for

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