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SixFigureStart Featured in 200kFreelancer.com

I am very excited to be featured in the new website, 200kFreelancer.com, co-created by editor Elizabeth MacBride and journalist Elaine Pofeldt.  I share some of my favorite business-building tips in 4 Ways To Improve Freelancing Revenues: Caroline Ceniza-Levine left a career as a corporate recruiter to co-found the career coaching firm SixFigure Start with Connie […]

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How You Can Help #FixYoungAmerica

There is an interesting new movement kicking off this March to help with unemployment and underemployment in the 20- to 30-something age group: #FixYoungAmerica.  #FYA will include a 10-city bus tour to lobby for the Youth Entrepreneurship Act, a #FixYoungAmerica book coming out this May including essays from leading entrepreneurs and educators, and a crowdfunding […]

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10 Things Your Employees Won’t Say

I’m quoted in Sarah Morgan’s piece for SmartMoney on 10 Things Your Employees Won’t Say: The best time to look for a new job is when you have a job, says Caroline Ceniza-Levine, a career coach with SixFigureStart and a former corporate recruiter. What’s more, people have little choice but to keep a job search […]

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Video Blog: 2 Areas Every Entrepreneur Should Focus On Above All Else

It’s hard to stay focused when you’re an entrepreneur because there is so much to do. In this 4-minute video, I talk about the 2 areas every entrepreneur should focus on above all else if you want to position your business for ongoing cash flow and growth: How to stay focused on immediate and long-term […]

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10 Job Search Surprises: Good & Bad!

When you anticipate things happening in your job search, you are much more able to manage them successfully, so here is my top 10 list of surprises to avoid, or expect in your job search. Each surprise comes from our client experiences in the past year: 1. Answering the question: How would you feel reporting […]

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What to Do When You Feel Stuck as Entrepreneur

The Big Enough Company column for Forbes.com featured entrepreneurs’ advice on getting unstuck, including my tip on push-ups: Do Pushups! Really, any physical exertion will do but I use push-ups in the example b/c they are so difficult for most people that you can’t think of anything else in the moment.  You can’t hear the […]

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4 Career Lessons From A Corporate Cliff-Jumper

Last week, I had the privilege of hearing Sue Hayden speak at a Step Up New York career event. Hayden is an Executive Vice President at Polycom, where she oversees strategic alliances and global partnerships for this billion-dollar, double-digit growth company. Prior to Polycom, Hayden held leadership positions at Oracle, SAP, Fidelity, and Monster. Hayden […]

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Executive women who make the most of work-life balance

I am so excited to be cited in Molly Cain’s piece for Forbes.com as an executive woman with an interesting side passion: Fellow Forbes Contributor, CNBC Career Expert and founder of Six Figure Start, Caroline Ceniza-Levine spends her weekends immersed in comedy. You can even catch her some nights performing in shows with a group […]

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Video Blog: 2 Criteria Every Effective Elevator Pitch Should Have

In this 4-minute blog, I talk about the 2 standards that your elevator pitch should meet if you want it to lead to meaningful connections and real business opportunities:   Creating a memorable and repeatable elevator pitch is one of six modules I cover in my upcoming 90-Day Challenge For Entrepreneurs. Space is limited, and […]