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

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Love this! The infinity walk is a really great idea, and I love the bit about taking guilt-free time to feel inspired. When you work freelance or have a side hustle, it can feel like any down time you have is time you're taking away from money-earning efforts (and those, debt payment or savings efforts). That's a gem to remember :)
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What advice do you have for focusing on your own professional development and success without comparing yourself to others?
That's a good question and one I've struggled with my entire career. I'm not so sure I have a good answer other than keep in mind a particular saying that helps me: "Don't compare your inside with someone else's outside." In other words, we all have our own process and path and it doesn't make sense to compare yourself to others. There is also a poem by Max Ehrmann called Desiderata which speaks of: "If you compare yourself to others, you may become vain and bitter; for there will always be greater and lesser persons than yourself."

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With Natalie MacNeil, Emmy Award-winning media entrepreneur and Founder of She Takes on the World

You work a 9-to-5 day and then do a 5-to...

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Graduation is around the corner. What advice would you give to new college grads starting their first jobs?
Enjoy the learning. Jump into the deep without fear, and eat a lot of humble pie, as much as you can :-) Your learning process only just started and will continue until the last day of your life. It's a great wonderful process and embrace all the challenges

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How have you used social media to accelerate your career?
Hi Elana, Social media was just starting as I was leaving a long career that had branded me almost indelibly. I wanted a more independent life of writing, speaking, and teaching without the trappings of an organzation. So it was important that I rebrand myself in my own persona and identity as a public figure. Social media was perfect. I started blogging. Then as Facebook, twitter, and LinkedIn emerged, I jumped right on the bandwagon. My purpose was to build my community, my media profile, get the word out about new books and events, and let potential speaking bookers know of my availability. Because I was accustomed to working in busy offices with many people and was now working largely alone, social media became my "water cooler." I hang out there way too much, but that serves me well. I do my own posting so it is clearly authentic and personal if not always brilliant. For example, I am doing this webinar June 18 and am promoting it almost entirely through social media: http://taketheleadwomen.eventbrite.com/# Largely due to time constraints, I have not expanded beyond the "big three" social media platforms yet (except for occasional postings on focused sites like Levo) but I know there are other options that might be better suited to you and your needs. Let me know if you have creative ideas and solutions to your own question! One thing about social media, there is always something new to learn.

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With Natalie MacNeil, Emmy Award-winning media entrepreneur and Founder of She Takes on the World

You perfectly polished your resume, nai...

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Deanna Brown is Federated Media's chief executive officer and is responsible for overseeing all...

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Great list, excepting the #4 Practice, while true, one should, to use Malcolm Gladwell 10,000 hours quote (like much other his work) is to quote BS. Gladwell is pop psych at it's worse and to put a number on hours of practice is a disgrace to, well, practicing. Here's a good article about what real practice means. http://www.businessinsider.com/new-study-destroys-malcolm-gladwells-10000-rule-2014-7
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These are very powerful pieces of advice. We need to stop comparing ourselves.
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"Stop comparing yourself to what you see online" That is a powerful piece of advice. Nowadays we tend to compare ourselves to other all the time. That really hurts our creativity because we see so much online. Sometimes all it takes is a day off the internet to reconnect with our inner creativity.
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Branding Yourself for a Lifelong Career

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Make that beginning-of-the-year buzz last forever.

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Becky Quick is co-anchor of "Squawk Box." Quick is also anchor of the nationally syndicated "On...

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What advice do you have for a person who is interested in various careers, but wants to find a way to do it all?
Brianna - Not sure "doing it all" is always possible but doing what you're passionate about, now that's a great aspiration. If your interests are wide and varied, I recommend you pursue that which drives you most and seek out opportunities to explore and learn new skills, etc., along the way. I have long been interested in social justice issues. My career in diversity has allowed me to pursue those ideals within the context of corporate environments. I consistently thrive to add value in my organizations to allow myself the space to also pursue that which feeds me spiritually and intellectually.

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With Bill McGowan, speaking coach and author

Public speaking and communicating at work can be a challenge for everyone—whether you'...

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What is one thing you look for specifically in new hires? I want to make the best first impression when I start my new job in a few weeks.
It's all about attitude and proactivity. If you are new to the team, you are the breath of fresh air and the provider of an objective outside-in perspective on areas that the team could improve. You can be the catalyst for change, and your biggest asset is your positive approach to your new job. Keep your eyes open and your approach generous, get to know your teammates, and offer help at every occasion. You will be great!

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Joy Deangdeelert Cho is a graphic designer, blogger, and food enthusiast who worked with...

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It will make the whole transition a lot smoother.

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Hi Catherine! I was wondering if you could suggest 3 skill-sets that are absolutely vital to your job as product manager.
Hi Saakshi - Thanks for your question! To make a good PM I think you have to be very detail oriented and also have the ability to take a step back and analyze the big picture. Finding a balance there is incredibly important. Secondly, you must be a good problem solver. It sounds simple but I think this just takes years of experience in first building up your problem solving tool set and instincts and secondly building management and people skills to be able to motivate an entire team, not just yourself, to a solution. And lastly, you can't be afraid to ask questions. I've found that great questions are often the source of some of the best solutions. Thanks! Catherine

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I would love to hear more about the financials of freelancing. I'm starting to freelance in addition to my 9 to 5 and how to fill out my taxes is already making my head spin.
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With Tiffany Dufu, motivational leader and Levo's Chief Leadership Officer

Tiffany teaches you the difference between management and ...

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With Gabrielle Bernstein, life coach and author

Are you having trouble envisioning a career that would make you truly happy...

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With Joan Kuhl, author, and founder & president of Why Millennials Matter

Oftentimes young managers, while enthusiastic, ambitious, an...