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By Anneliese Gartner About  six months ago, I came up with the crazy idea to move abroad and leave New York City. I was infatuated with the fact that there were other creatives and freelancers that were living the remote lifestyle while traveling the world. It looked fun, exciting and it would give me the […]

By Emily Merrell & Elizabeth Roberts For the month of December, we’re taking a moment to give the blog over to our members. Some are newbies, some are seasoned: all have a unique story about their time with SDS and the connections they’ve made along the way. We’re so impressed by how they’ve attended events […]

By Jillian Richardson I’m typically a positive person, but I’m going to be honest with you: Americans are lonely as hell. The average person in the U.S. has only one close friend. One in four people have no confidantes at all. Zero. To make things worse, 75% of people say that they’re unsatisfied with the […]

The morning panel made me wish every breakfast started like this.  On Oct. 11, six founders had an honest conversation about growing their companies, giving back to other women and driving their hustle.With Six Degrees Society founder Emily Merrell as the moderator, SDS heard from Navi Ganancial, Co-Founder of FounderMade; Claire Wasserman, Founder of Ladies Get Paid; Leanne Shear, Co-Founder of Uplift Studios; Billie Whitehouse, Founder of Wearable X; and Suz Baleson, Founder of The Wellth Collective

Have you ever avoided applying for a job because you didn’t feel qualified? Sat in a meeting where you felt like you couldn’t contribute, even though you had a good idea? “Imposter Syndrome” contributes to why you felt you had to deny yourself those opportunities. On Oct. 10, Rebecca Kronman explained to Six Degrees Society what Imposter Syndrome is – a persistent fear of being exposed as a “fraud”, despite laudable accomplishments – and help eliminate the doubts that contribute to it.

With the cooler weather (finally) approaching, we could all use some #MondayMotivation to continue our fitness goals.