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Top Tips for a Comfortable and Fun Camping Trip
By GEICO Staff

If you think "camping" means "uncomfortable," we have some surprises for you.   Read More

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Negotiation Tip #2: When Should You 'Go Nuclear' and Detonate the Nuclear Option?
By Fatimah Gilliam Founder, and CEO The Azara Group

At some point in every negotiation—especially when things become tense or you are dealing with people who are pricklier than a porcupine—you are faced with the decision of whether you should alter your negotiation style.   Read More

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Why Nobody Stopped Harvey Weinstein and the Invisible Evils of Bias
By Will Marré

I felt a combination of admiration and anger Saturday morning as I listened to a speech by Dr. Gloria McNeal at National University in La Jolla, CA. When she finished, my colleague, Adriana was in tears and I held my head in my hands.   Read More

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Finding a Mentor Might Be Easier Than You're Making It
By Steve Cadigan

No matter your level of seniority in your company or field, you're inevitably going to encounter a challenging situation you're unsure of how to handle. This challenge can be anything from a new job offer to a company merger, to managing a tough employee.   Read More

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The Clash of the Data Titans Recap
By WITI News Staff

WITI Orange County's September panel event focused on digitization of enterprise and, it is clear, that today's digital world is just too complex to run on intuition.   Read More

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Diversity of Perspective
By Ciara Gogan

I get it ... Women & minorities are feeling marginalized. Our rights are being trampled on; people are at each other's throats about politics, freedom, protest, and so on.   Read More