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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?
If you feel comfy in your brand-new leadership role, a giant CAUTION…CAUTION…CAUTION message should be flashing across your brain. Comfort means you haven’t stepped into the entire expansiveness of leadership.
Imposter syndrome is a closely-held secret between you and you alone, though you unintentionally signal it to everyone through your actions, conversations, and presence. Dread rides you daily.
Once again a debate for and against working remotely is raging. So, employees face a career decision…give up on their aspirations of becoming a well-respected organization influencer no matter their position or returning to the office.
It’s frustrating to set yourself in front of your computer every workday, whether from home or in the office, to give your company the best you have. Yet, you, a talented, skilled woman, rarely feel you receive commensurate benefits for all your efforts.
Executives today are beyond weary. Exhaustion has so saturated our business culture that rarely is this emotion not an element of the daily work experience for everyone. It is the top contender for disengaged, underperforming employees.
Your career prospects don’t rest on you digging deeper into your expertise. That’s a fallacy. A misconception many women bet their careers on as they continue working under the assumption that what got them the job will earn them recognition for their next, next, and next position.
You’re probably an outstanding communicator, yet even the most successful leaders continually grow and develop their best skills to remain relevant in today’s ever-changing marketplace, which is why I’ve written this blog.
Habits build our character as we exercise “changing our slice of the world,” turning careers, lives, and possibilities into reality. It represents turning from one source of identity to another.
Practicality isn’t a flashy trait, nor will it, in all likelihood, land you your next big promotion after mid-level management. But is a characteristic that adds tangible, concrete value to your success.
Plenty of women succeed in today’s more inclusive work environment as they gain the brass ring—yet for way too many, it always seems out of reach, no matter how hard they try. Acquire secrets that will have you acquiring the “brass ring” for yourself.