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Her mission: to let disabled women of color know they’re not alone.

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Kathy Savitt is the founder and former Chief Executive Officer of Lockerz and current Chief...

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It's just too bad that Nicki and Taylor's performance came with a heavy dose of cultural appropriation of Pacific Islander and Brazillian culture too. :/
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First of all, I am an avid user of Chegg! What is your primary piece of advice to young college aged students as they begin their careers?
Similar to a question asked previously, find the right cultural fit and focus on joining a growth company in a growth industry. Since on average you will have nine jobs in your career, don’t feel like your first job will define you forever.

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Public speaking and communicating at work can be a challenge for everyone—whether you're presenting to a large group, sharing an idea in a meeti...

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Constructive feedback can be tough to absorb. What is your best advice for hearing hard feedback and making changes? Any personal examples?
Constructive feedback can be tough to absorb. I still have a tough time with it 20+ years into my career. My advice is to be as open as possible and embrace it. And, most importantly, try not to take it personally. Also, you may find it helpful to flip things around and put yourself in the other person's shoes (try to imagine how they are seeing things from their vantage point). A dear friend of mine has a great saying: "Turn a negative thought into a positive action". As soon as you start thinking/feeling negatively about the feedback, identify a positive action that you can take and do it immediately. This always makes me feel better!
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The Secrets to Work+Life Fit Success, Day-to-Day and at Major Life Transitions

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What do you think young professional women can do to make their voice heard at work? Do we need to wait until we're older to speak up?
I would encourage you to not define yourself as “the woman” in the conversation. You may have very valuable points but you don’t want to be pigeonholed as having only a woman’s point of view. If you define yourself as having a valuable perspective, then you will be welcome in any conversation, at any point in your career, about any issues. It’s not about age. It’s about your perspective and your ability to communicate it in a way that people will understand it.

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How do you recommend a college senior take full advantage of Levo in their career search?
Read this "The Resume Feedback No One is Telling You" that I wrote last year http://www.levoleague.com/uncategorized/the-resume-feedback-you-need-to-hear-that-no-one-is-telling-you. I'm not kidding. Get a solid resume and you will feel much better about tackling the career search. Career search out of college was miserable for me and was a big motivator for starting Levo, so I hope that what we built will help you feel more confident through this process and also help you find a great first job out of college. A great place to start is the jobs board to see if there are any of interest to you. I'd also suggest looking through the network on Levo to see if anyone 5 years out has a job you think you would be interested in. Then send them a note and ask if they'd have coffee or a skype date so that you can ask them about their career. Also look at the mentors and see if there is anyone whom you could see yourself like in 20 years and ask them a question! Have that big interview? Watch an office hours before to pump you up! And then of course, do not forget to negotiate your starting salary. GOOD LUCK!!

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Suzannah Scully is an executive coach, speaker and blogger with a corporate background working...

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Sukhinder Singh Cassidy is Founder & Chairman of JOYUS. Prior to founding JOYUS in January...

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Didn't think I'd ever see the phrase "eat worms" on @levoleague, but I'm thrilled to be proven wrong
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Motivational leader and Levo's Chief Leadership Officer Tiffany Dufu teaches you the difference between management and leadership. Y...

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“Awesomesauce,” “hangry,” and others are finally official words!<...

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I love listening to anything without lyrics when I am working. I do not want to be influenced by words. Making up my own emotions and feelings is how I roll during the working hours.
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Dan Schawbel is the Managing Partner of Millennial Branding, a Gen Y research and consulting...

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Hi Tracy, what tips and advice would you give for negotiating a new job package with a new employer?
Hi Catherine - First of all, I am happy that you are asking...I am sure you know, but a very high percentage of women don't negotiate. It's drive me crazy! My advice is to first make them fall in love with you. ONCE they want you, negotiating is much easier. You also must realize that the majority of hiring managers expect a candidate to negotiate, so they never put their best offer out right away. Receive the first offer, thank them then take some time to think. You should never accept right away. Come back with your first ask which could include increase in base, relocation, whatever you feel will seal the deal. And then await their return. It's like a game of tennis! Just be open, honest and polite. Assuming you take the job, you want to start out on the right foot. Good luck! Cheers- TLC

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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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The “Fashion Queen” co-host on owning your dreams and more.

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I travel for work which means a lot of windshield time, podcasts help the time fly by. My all time favorites are Happier with Gretchin Rubin, Freakonomics, Invisibilia, and Raise your hand and Say Yes. #levolist
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I think it's great to follow why you think works for you. I've always used this method.
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What are the biggest differences between product management in something like medical design versus web design?
Hi Lauren - Good question - they're actually very different but very much the same. Medical devices are going to be all mechanical design so that impacts a lot, from your day to day activities to the tools that you need to be knowledgable in. Additionally, your limitations are very different than in web design. In medical device design you're limited by materials, mechanics, biology and physics. In web design none of those restrictions apply and the creative process is often much more "blue sky." Medical device design is also a much slower process - a single project can last years where as with web design a single project can start and end in a month. However, given all that, design is design and in both fields you're solving problems for humans with needs and that's what makes it challenging and fun! Hope this helps! - Catherine

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Six Millennials share how they bring in extra cash.

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