In February 2014, Danielle Grace Warren packed her bags and left her Brooklyn apartment, moving a continent away from her boyfriend, friends and family to work part-time on a corn, fish and chicken farm in Ghana and to be closer to her true passion.
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Is work-life balance a fantasy? How can you be content when you’re running on two hours of sleep, two liters of coffee and two emotions—exhaustion and dread—about the transition you are planning? Here, social entrepreneur and surfer Farhana Huq offers her best advice for doers and seekers.
Last weekend, female entrepreneurs, warriors and future empire runners planted themselves on the Upper West Side of Manhattan to attend the first Cosmo conference titled: Cosmo’s Fun Fearless Life. I was one of the young and “fearless” in the crowd and looking for a morning jolt stronger than coffee. I found it, through the infamous(…)
By: Stephen Robert Morse Kathryn Minshew is co-founder and CEO of themuse.com, a website providing immersive job search tools, career-related articles, professional development tools and job matching resources. “Great people come to us to answer the question, ‘What do I want to do with my life?’” Minshew says. To date, her company has helped 15 million job seekers(…)