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Ever since I was little I liked being in chgare. and now that I'm close to college, I plan on studying business because I know I'll hate working for someone. So any tips/advice on how to be a successful business women or a women who just doesn't take crap? P.S please don't crap comment about how women can't be successful

Enjoyed reading the vyraing academic models to immerse students into leadership programs. Your blog mentions the failure of online interactions; thus, I believe the one-on-one coaching sessions are key to develop and maintain leadership skills with students. While a wide range of academic theories and models are important and necessary, there are immeasurable lessons in practical experience through internships that I also believe are essential to supplement academia. Organizational issues, I find, are rather spontaneous and complex, making them very difficult to predict at times.

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