Go from busy to strategic with these 3 questions…
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.
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%.
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.
Especially when you are a driven person, you can get caught up in believing that your success doesn’t match your expectation. To break your mind out of this cycle, try checking your rearview mirror.
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.
Sometimes the drive to succeed is so strong that patience is pushed aside and we forget to appreciate how far we’ve come.
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.
Instead of comparing your real life to the reel life others have online, find what is important to you. Then, you’re only comparing your own reel to what you truly value in your life.
“You’re a diamond in the rough. Polish that diamond up and you’ll go really far.” How do we ‘polish it up’? Read on to learn how to polish it up and shine.
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