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A Shark Tank July 4th ; 5 signs you're ready for management; Job-hopping; Life as a minimalist

“You have to know what you’re passionate about [and] you have to be listening to the zeitgeist.” — Deepak Chopra
A Shark Tank July 4th: Foods, drinks and condiments you need for your BBQ

Bring fireworks to your dining table this 4th of July by serving the mouth-watering food and drinks featured on hit business reality show Shark Tank.

These four, must-try treats are among the most creative gourmet concoctions American small businesses have to offer.
eCreamery Ice Cream

Ecreamery makes ice cream exactly as you want it. First, choose whether that's sorbet, gelato or ice cream in 30-plus flavors. Then add up to three mix-ins like nuts, gummy bears or cookie dough.
Custard Stand Hot Dog Chili

100% beef chili goes great with hot dogs, nachos and more. It's free of trans-fat, gluten and fillers.

This cabbage-mustard combo condiment is more flavorful than sauerkraut and more nutritious than relish. It comes in four flavors: Original, Spice, Garlic and Habanero Fire. Add it to you burgers, tacos or hot dogs.
Me & The Bees Lemonade

The sweet beverage comes in four flavors: Original Mint, Ginger, Ice Tea and Prickly Pear. This flaxseed lemonade company was started by Mikaila Ulmer at age 4. A portion of the profits are donated to save bees.

5 signs you're ready for a management role

Can’t decide if it’s the right time to step into a management role? Leading a team is no small feat, but if the idea is weighing on your mind, the right answer is probably in your gut. Is your desire to mentor stronger than your itch to execute? That’s your sign from Mother Nature!

Here are five signs you’re ready to go after a management role:

  1. You like to share your knowledge, and people come to you for advice when they have questions about their jobs.
  2. You take a lot of satisfaction in seeing people learning and succeeding.
  3. You have altitude on your company — you see the way the departments fit together, and you see ways for some of your processes to happen more effectively.
  4. You get excited when you see others who are inspired by their work.
  5. You are comfortable being a liaison between employees, and you look forward to making that liaison role a bigger part of your job.

Stop apologizing for job-hopping. It boosts your career in more ways than one

Fifty-seven percent of Millennials agree that “job-hopping” is losing its stigma, according to a LinkedIn survey. In addition, 45% of workers say they plan to stay with their current employer for fewer than two years, and there’s nothing wrong with that.

Leaving one job for another can have positive impacts on your career:

  1. All about the money: Changing jobs during a healthy economic climate could mean a salary increase of about 8%-to-10%.
  2. Growth: 59% of employees who change jobs say they found more opportunities at their new company.
  3. Relocation: 77% of employees consider moving to a different city, state or country to be a desirable career move.
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