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Best Equinox Instructors in NYC

Best Equinox Instructors in NYC

212Access July 25, 2013 Comments Off on Best Equinox Instructors in NYC

Best Equinox Instructors in NYC By Scott Hyatt New Yorkers love our fitness instructors. At the root, they are like family to us. We miss them when they go on vacation and we feel

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The Birth of Superman

The Birth of Superman

212Access July 19, 2013 Comments Off on The Birth of Superman

The Birth of Superman By Mark Macias Clark Kent was never a rich man. He may have been Superman, but when it came to his job at the Daily Planet, Clark was really an

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What Your Waitress won’t Tell You

What Your Waitress won’t Tell You

212Access December 22, 2012 Comments Off on What Your Waitress won’t Tell You

I’ve worked as a waitress for five years in New York City. You may not realize it, but every waiter and waitress is secretly judging you. Human Resources doesn’t want to hear this but

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Remembering 9/11

Remembering 9/11

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By Mark Macias What was it like Working in a NYC Newsroom on 9/11? I was in the middle of writing an email when the executive producer of investigations walked past my office. “Did

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The Spirit of Charisma

The Spirit of Charisma

212Access August 22, 2012 2

Have you ever tried describing something that isn’t tangible, like charisma? The dictionary doesn’t post any pictures next to the word, but if it did, George Clooney could easily be its poster boy. Clooney

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Quit your job like this

Quit your job like this

212Access August 22, 2012 Comments Off on Quit your job like this

How many times have you wanted to quit your job and go out in infamy with your co-workers? One hotel worker was so sick of his job and the way he was treated that

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Is it Possible to Channel Steve Jobs?

Is it Possible to Channel Steve Jobs?

212Access August 22, 2012 Comments Off on Is it Possible to Channel Steve Jobs?

I think I know what Steve Jobs would say about all of this new coverage. “Write something different. Obituaries are for dead people.” When I write, I want to learn. I want readers to

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Overheard at the Office

Overheard at the Office

212Access August 22, 2012 Comments Off on Overheard at the Office

I feel like I’ve spent the last few months inside of a boy’s high school locker room, only this “locker room” is my office. Lucky for me, a group of handsome guys in their

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How to Schmooze like a Publicist

How to Schmooze like a Publicist

212Access August 22, 2012 Comments Off on How to Schmooze like a Publicist

The Art of Working a Room like a Publicist Public Relations is a skill that not only applies to the media. It applies to social situations, especially at networking events where your image is

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New Face of Feminism

New Face of Feminism

212Access August 22, 2012 Comments Off on New Face of Feminism

There aren’t any historical books to back this up, but you have to assume the roots of feminism were planted during the cave man era. It’s easy for us to imagine cave women wearing

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