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How one woman went from architect to ice cream CEO in one fell ‘scoop’.

Amy Elisa Jackson
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Lauri Bonacorsi FOLLOW MEMBER
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Do you have advice for someone wanting to "bet on themselves" and take a risk, but who might feel apprehension or fear at the same time?
Everyone feels that fear...But really, what's the worse thing that could happen? You could fail. Once you can know the impact of "failing" on your life, then the fear becomes very manageable... There are times in your life when those bets become harder or easier to take. What are your responsibilities, financial and otherwise? Are you going to lose your house, or are you going to be forced not to take that second luxury vacation this year...? If you lose a position and have to move to get another, what will the impact be on your family and friends? Being really clear about these things is critical. The founder of company I work for now has a philosophy that failing helps you learn...
Gail Fanaro FOLLOW MENTOR
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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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Hear the personal stories of some of today's most influential women, including Sarah Silverm...
Kathleen Harris
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Sadly graph search was discontinued, but I look forwards to checking out these other tips!
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Get your calendar out—we’ve got your ultimate July to-do list right here.

Heather Finn
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I'm so thankful I came across this article. I'll be moving to another state in the upcoming months and wasn't quite sure when or how to start a job search. I don't have a set date for when I'll be moving, I just know the location and am hoping it is soon. If I could land a job before I move, it would definitely help. Thank you for sharing this!
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This is a great check list! I'm only 22 but I can feel that crisis looming over my head, if I haven't had it already when I graduated college over a year ago. This gives such useful advice and really makes you wonder about the future.
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Graduation is around the corner. What advice would you give to new college grads starting their first jobs?
Don't choose your job based on money alone. Choose your job based on what network you are being hooked into. Networks fuel success as much as your individual talent. Apple was one of my early jobs and, to this day, that network has proven to be incredible.

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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?
Good question. The key here is to recognise and accept that you can learn from all kinds of feedback and use this to help you grow as an individual in the work place. This is why it's really important to actively seek feedback from people you trust. Having a mentor and sponsor who can honestly give you advice is great and it gets you comfortable with managing any negative feedback. Always aim to take a positive out of feedback, if you're told something negative think to yourself- ok - that wasn't my best effort so I'm going to make sure I don't slip up in that way again. I'm constantly learning and trying to improve. It's been suggested to me by my mentor that I should try and show more patience.... This is tough as I'm always keen to get things moving and achieve success. However because I trust the person giving me this advice I think to myself ok, I'm going to try and be more patient, to slow it down a bit and work to bring others with me on a specific task. I know that's the right thing to do. Self reflection is also really important. 9 times out of 10 you're going to be told something you already know.... I'd suggest you should start asking for feedback at every opportunity. Then each day try to build on the advice.
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Such great advice! Making a to do list, drinking tea, and getting your room to the right temperature are 3 of my favorites before bed!
Briana Luca Follow Comment Author
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Online shopping expert, Michelle Madhok, is the founder of SHEFINDS MEDIA - publisher of...

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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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How have you used social media to accelerate your career?
I jumped into the social media swimming pool in 2008 when I took on the role of Manager of Alumni Relations at a global law firm. I needed to locate and connect with former attorneys from this firm - social media was the best research and connection tool for me to do my job effectively. It also enabled me to assess how/why the firm could set up its own alumni microsite. There's the corporate side of how social media helped accelerate my career. Since jumping from that role in 2009, social media has raised my profile and lead to speaking opportunities, clients, introductions to investors/advisors.....the list goes on! I think of and use social media as I would an inperson meeting or social gathering and that mindset has helped me leverage social networking sites tremendously for professional growth.
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Amanda Hesser is a co-founder of Food52.com and has been named one of the 50 most influential...

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What are some of the best ways young professionals can establish integrity and credibility early on in their careers?
Erin, The most common way to earn credibility is through working with someone and proving that you can handle certain situations. Your integrity is demonstrated in how you handle those situations. In today's society, your character is often portrayed in social media. Your ability to show steadfast maturity will demonstrate who you are and what you represent as a person. Although personal references from family and others can vouch for you, only your actions will help you earn the credibility you seek.

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As a freshman in college what is the best way to build up connections in and outside of college while still being able to focus on classes?
You can totally kill two birds with one stone. Use your coursework to drive relationships. Connecting with students: join groups that reflect your major, form study sessions, etc. Connecting with professors: show up early to class, always go to their office hours, volunteer to work on research projects, etc. Outside of class, you can make connections based on research for projects. No matter what, be authentic and willing to help others! College is a GREAT opportunity to meet and connect with just about everyone. (PS If you want to meet someone that you think is really cool, cold-calling/emailing and mentioning that you're a student is a great "in.")

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Whether or not your office has a dress code, are you willing to submit to the summer heat...

Jenny Groza
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