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Aliza P. Sherman

Aliza Sherman is a web pioneer, e-entrepreneur and author of eight books, including

PowerTools for Women in Business.

Her work can be found at

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What Dreams May Come

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Girl Power

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Take It From Me . . .

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Your Turn

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Proof Positive

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Growth Strategies

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Looking for qualified hires? Your significant other may be just what you're after.

Connect the Daughters

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Getting Together

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Help Me Out, Here

You helped yourself become a successful entrepreneur. Why don't you help others?

The Opposite Sex

Women in search of money still face a man's world.

A Buying Shame

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Growth of Women-Owned Businesses

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