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Articles by Shameika Rhymes

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Shameika Rhymes is a Charlotte, North Carolina–based freelance writer who loves writing about culture, lifestyle, entertainment, and feminism. Her bylines include InHerSight, ET Online, Style BluePrint, Charlotte magazine, USA Today magazines, Shondaland, and Parade magazine. She also hosts an entertainment show Check the Rhymes TV on YouTube. She holds a bachelor's degree in mass communications from East Tennessee State University and a master's in sports commerce from the University of Memphis.

Career Development

7 Ways to Make Better, More Confident Eye Contact

Not creepy—communicative

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Career Development

25 Professional Development Goals You Can Pursue Right Now

Next step: #winning

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Culture & Professionalism

5 Signs Someone Lacks Empathy & How to Practice It at Work

Not-so emotional intelligence

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Reading

12 Self-Help Books for Women That Will Change Your Life

Published to empower

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Culture & Professionalism

5 Ways to Turn Small Talk into More Meaningful Interactions

Tell me something good

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Microaggressions

How Microaggressions Affect Belonging in the Workplace

Teronda was excited to join her team, but the tasks she was assigned made her feel like ‘the housekeeper of the company’

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Work from Home

9 Ways Teachers Can Make Money Working from Home

Can you tell me how to get to SesameStreet.org?

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Interviewing

6 Red Flags To Look for During Interviews

Is it just me or am I being punished for applying?

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Women to Know

Looking for a Job in Logistics? Try Working with Nicki Minaj and Chris Rock for a Living

Tina Farris is a career force to be reckoned with

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Applying

What to Do if You’re Not Getting Called Back—Ever

So no one got my email or...?

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Culture & Professionalism

6 Ways to Handle Workplace Bullying

In the immortal words of Taylor Swift, "Why you gotta be so mean?"

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Women to Know

You Don’t Have to Succeed in Your 20s. These Women Didn’t.

11 women who make mid- and late-career success look damn good

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Career Development

How I Harnessed the Power of My Vulnerability

Office culture meets industry culture meets you

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Reading

17 Memoirs to Inspire Working Women

Books written for career women by boss women

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Women to Know

How She Did It: 6 Women-Led Passion Projects

They worked full-time jobs while launching their dream careers

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Women to Know

Cool CEO Alert: Empowering Women Through Comic Books

Aza Comics' Jazmin Truesdale talks about creating a universe where women are superheroes

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Culture & Professionalism

Adoption & the Office: How to Talk About—and Celebrate—It

All new parents need support and flexibility

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Women to Know

From TV to Carpentry: How TLC Star Ananda Lewis Found a Career She Loves

The host of “While You Were Out” is a working mom and a grade-A negotiator

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Equal Opportunities

6 Times You Should Talk to Human Resources

You don’t always have to talk to HR about negative situations, but when you do, you should feel comfortable knowing you’re well within your rights

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