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Melinda Gates writes an incredibly poignant and heartfelt book about how empowering women changes the world in The Moment of Lift. Here’s some of my takeaways from this great read.

Top Quotes and Takeaways From The Moment Of Lift

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Five Tell-Tale Signs Of Workplace Anxiety And What You Can Do About It

We can be anxious about so many things in our lives. But our nervous intuition can also help tell us when something isn’t quite right. Here’s how to identify and understand what these emotions are telling you.

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Like many of you, I have a fire in my belly to achieve my goals. The biggest adversary to achieving those goals? Doubt. Here’s how to take that doubt and use it to fuel your fire.

Watch Me: Overcoming Doubt At Work to Achieve Your Goals

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Let Go of the Mean Girls

Whether you’re in school or in the workplace as an adult, there is always going to be someone who is mean. Learning to coexist and work with this person can be the secret sauce you need to succeed. Here’s how to do it.

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It’s ok to ask for help. I’ll say it again, it’s ok to ask for help for ANYTHING. Whether it’s advice for your next career step, therapy to help you get out of a loop you’re stuck in or help with doing the laundry, it’s ok to not be 1000%.

Help, I Need Somebody

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Tame That Inner Voice

It’s almost second nature to be harder on yourself than you would ever dream of being to other people. So, why do we do it? If we fill our minds with good, encouraging and loving comments, there won’t be room for the negativity.

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Have you ever heard the saying “throw the baby out with the bathwater?” In your career, this may actually need to be true. While sometimes only one thing needs to be adjusted, sometimes we need to throw out that plan.

Be Willing To Throw The Plan Out The Window

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Nothing is Unsolvable

We initially react to the “something isn’t right or on track” feeling which brings up a bit of panic. When we calm that feeling and approach the problem like a puzzle, we take the emotion out of it and triage solutions instead.

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Your emotions and emotional intelligence are one of your superpowers at work. Instead of pushing them down, here are 4 ways to use your emotions at work.

Your Emotions, Your Superpower

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Managing Expectations At Work

It’s not the best feeling when you learn that your boss doesn’t think you’re ready for a promotion. Or when you feel you deserved it as much as someone else who got that promotion. But managing expectations could help you get there.

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