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David Copperfield was described by FORBES as commercially the most successful magician in history. He credits PASSION, PREPARATION AND PERSISTENCE as important factors to achieving his dream career. Umm…. not bad traits to emulate. What would passion, preparation and persistence look like in your career?
Are you open to working in alignment with your awesome femininity while achieving your dreams? Then, let’s explore 3 new career-boosting concepts—in addition to your already sizable expertise—to amplify your career.
The skills and attitudes that one viewed as success-factors early on often work against you once you seek loftier recognition.
Often women believe their activities are boosting forward motion when quite the reverse is taking place. Sometimes you unknowingly have your foot firmly planted on the proverbial brake inhibiting career advancement.
Too often, we’re at the crux of our underwhelming career by getting in our way of achieving all we want. Typically, it is something appearing insignificant caught in the underbrush of her mind.
Those who build their flexibility muscle thrive in the middle of stressful situations and are far more effective corporate employees than those who don’t.
There’s also little doubt the micromanager often has a strategic vision with a litany of must-dos to bring the plan effectively to fruition, but that doesn’t mean others can’t advance and add value to the outcome also.
An appreciative mindset is what you want to fill your thoughts with as you enter the New Year. No matter what you face, you’ll live in the sure knowledge, there is always a joy to be found and love to feel and creativity to explore and success to experience.
Despite the gender pay gap still existing, McKinsey reports that 75 percent of CEOs include gender equality in their top ten business priorities. Not to mention, there’s an Equal Pay Act prohibiting sex discrimination in the payment of wages enacted in 1963! Did you get the year… 1963!
Visioneers are accomplished at flexing their approach while remaining true to their internal compass. They’re the valued and respected high potential executives who transform today and the future of corporations.
Striving merely on work productions is all well and good for your company, but you aren’t gaining ground in your career. Putting your career on hold only because it is a tough season means you’re delaying your future.