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Face your new career role with killer confidence.

Corie Hengst
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As Vice President of Children's Programming at PBS, Linda Simensky collaborates with producers,...

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Almost all of my to-dos are on paper, but for anything that I need to coordinate with my boyfriend (after-work plans and grocery lists), I use Cozi. It's an app that's aimed at busy families, but it works just as well to make sure Rob doesn't forget to buy my peanut butter!
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How did you create a specific brand or focus for your blog? Did you ever feel like you were not exploring all of your interests?
The specific brand, and even the focus, developed quite organically over time. I started by writing about things that interested me and then it just sort of grew from there. I actually think the "brand" developed solely because my blog was very much an extension of my authentic self. The personal brand didn't require much work since I was being just that-- personal! I will say that I don't dive into everything that I do in my life, but I do cover quite a lot within the posts (and tweets/instagrams/etc.). I try my best to create a fluid storyline without boring readers!

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Are you having trouble envisioning a career that would make you truly happy? Knowing your passions and what energizes you, and using that knowle...

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Great piece, Kristi! Standing up for ourselves is sometimes the hardest thing to do in the moment but most rewarding long term. :)
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Entrepreneur and networking pro Kevin Conroy Smith walks you through the power of people and how to make meaningful connections with peop...

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I'm new in the sales world and feel like I'm not cut out for it. What advice do you have for newbie sales women?
Well first I'd be curious as to why you don't feel "cut out" for it. Do you mind answering - it will help on what advice I'd give you. I'd hate to be generic.

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Could you tell us more about how you cultivated a growth mindset in overcoming fear? Personally I feel fear is my biggest obstacle.
Lauren, You are not alone. Socialization in Western culture would have us to believe that perfection or excellence means having innate talent only-basically some of us have it from birth and some of us just don't. However, we all have the ability to reflect, improve and learn from our experiences. That's the great thing about adulthood. I learned about growth mindset and strategies for improvement from reading Carol Dweck's book Mindset and Heidi Halvorson's book Nine Things Successful People Do Differently. Heidi's book really resonated with me. She has an assessment that will help you identify your gaps. In addition, her book gives great tips for improvement. You can get both books at Amazon. To take action, try Heidi's 9 Things Assessment, http://www.9thingsdiagnostic.com/. Check out her website at http://www.heidigranthalvorson.com/ for more information. Check out Carol Dweck on Mindset, http://mindsetonline.com/. Carol has an assessment too. Let me know if this is helpful. All the best, Cindy
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If you have a lot of passions and interests, how do you know when you chose the right career?
It is wonderful to have many interests and even better to be passionate about some of them. I don't believe that there is any one career that is the "right" or "perfect" one. It is more aboout finding a career that builds on your talents, offers you opportunities to grow (both as a person and as an employee) and provides you with the financial resources to enable you to live in a manner that satisfies your personal objectives.

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How should I lean in when a person having a lower quarterly performance rating than me has received a Reward and Recognition certificate?
Hi Pooja - Don't worry about others, focus on yourself. Be the best that you can be.... Have you ever watched Michael Phelps swim. He doesn't waste any energy looking into other lanes...he focuses on his performance and he wins. Cheers- TLC

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Freelancers now make up 34 percent of the U.S. workforce, and the struggle is real.

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I also got #12 when I was an attorney and writing my first book. They went one step further and asked me to use a pen name so the book wouldn't be "associated" with me, even though it was non-fiction and non-controversial (it was about business and legal issues in sports). I went to another firm and ended up with a job offer from ESPN a year later that changed the entire course of my career...for the better!
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Graduation is around the corner. What advice would you give to new college grads starting their first jobs?
It can feel like your life is over when you leave college; at least that is how I felt. I was just so overwhelmed by opportunities and fear. My advice is to find a job where you can learn. When you start your first job make learning and growing your priority. And make sure to work hard and deliver. Learning comes in different forms, from taking on stretch assignments, to asking questions, to asking senior people how you can help them. Go into your first job humble and ready to learn and you will set yourself up for success. Oh and never underestimate the power of a question. If you don't know what to add to a conversation a thoughtful question will help you stand out and add value.

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Elisa Villanueva Beard’s passion for educational equity comes from personal experience. Elisa...

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This woman who did, lived to tell the tale.

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I work one Saturday and one Sunday a month. It's in my contract and I get a Monday and a Friday off in exchange. I didn't vote, but "pretty consistently" would probably be closest, although working more in the week doesn't get me out of it!
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She’s fueling the expansion of entrepreneurship worldwide—here’s how.

Amy Elisa Jackson
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I love using Handle. It syncs all of my organization apps into one!
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You don’t *always* have to do what you’re told.

Kelsey Manning
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Faith Winter is currently the Mayor Pro-Tem of Westminster and Executive Director of Emerge...

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Motivational leader and Levo's Chief Leadership Officer Tiffany Dufu walks you through the art of storytelling. You'll learn how to craft...

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One thing that's available in New Orleans and I'm sure other cities, is co-working spaces. It's a place where multiple freelancers/entrepreneurs work (a lot of times for a fee) and can get feedback from others and not be so lonely. It also provides you with a place to go every day and sometimes they supply officers or conference rooms you can book for meetings.
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Brandon Stanton is the creator behind the popular photo blog Humans of New York (HONY). After...

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Karyn Twaronite is a partner of Ernst & Young LLP and is the EY Americas Inclusiveness Officer...

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Alice joined Coach this year as the Senior Vice President, Customer Engagement. Under Alice’s...