Articles in Career Planning

EP 01: My Career Switch

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If you dread getting out of bed every morning and heading to work, then chances are you haven’t discovered your true passion when it comes to your career. ... Read full article

The Curse of Productivity

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I recently wrote a post about how to work from home. I made sure not to say the word productivity once. We have become obsessed with productivity. ... Read full article

Tough Love Tuesday: The Ever-Evolving Career

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Last Saturday I spoke at the WE@Brown Women's Empowerment Conference. I asked my social media what I should talk about. I gave them the options of "The Ever-Evolving Career" or "How To Promote Yourself On Social Media And Still Be A Person."... Read full article

SETTING A GUIDEPOST TO FORGE FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

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“TO BE YOURSELF IN A WORLD THAT IS CONSTANTLY TRYING TO MAKE YOU SOMETHING ELSE IS THE GREATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT.”   ~ RALPH WALDO EMERSON, POET AND ESSAYIST... Read full article

New Quarter and New Goals

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At the start of another new quarter, there are always those hopes and dreams for a big outcome in a few short months.... Read full article

Say “yes, and” do more by doing less

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In improv, we say “yes, and” to acknowledge the present reality and build on it, and we practice being present, and playing the scene we’re in instead of the scene we want to be in. ... Read full article

How To Say No And Finally Stop The Burnout Cycle – 9 Powerful Strategies

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So you joined a new company, eager to prove yourself and show the team how amazing you are. When your boss asks if you want to join a committee, you’re honored and say yes. In fact, you never say no to opportunities, tasks, or invitations.... Read full article

One Daring Yet Simple Way to Love What You Do

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Throughout our careers, we seek the elusive “dream job” that will check all the boxes and be the perfect environment where we get the chance to “do what you love and love what you do”. ... Read full article

21 Days to Fearlessness- A Challenge

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A few months ago, I was walking across the campus of my alma mater. As I passed the dorms where I had spent so much of my college life,  I was overwhelmed with a sense of home, something deeper than just nostalgia.... Read full article

HOW TO PROPERLY SELF-PROMOTE

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We’re taught that showcasing our accomplishments is “cocky”, but here’s why that’s not true:  Cockiness is defined by “overconfidence”, meaning that you are speaking above your accomplishments, not about them. ... Read full article