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Catherine Porter is the Vice President of International at OpenTable where she directs...

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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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Sales experience is critical,but I'd rather work in advertising, branding & marketing;how long would you suggest 2 stay in sales position?
Elle Well here's the truth. I've been out of "sales" since 1997. However, I still "sold" an idea and a concept to my team just this morning. You never stop being a sales person. Considering the final step with advertising is to sell the product, being highly skilled and understanding motivation for purchase is always a good idea. So how long? I don't think I'd say there was an actual number and/or rule of thumb. Anything less than a couple of years of experience and I don't think you can "tick" it off on the resume the list but if an opportunity arises I also believe in going for it. Trust your gut. You'll know when it's right. #bebravebecurious Joanna

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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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How can we manage Leaning In without Burning Out?
You know it's a really good question, right? Because careers are marathons, not sprints. And I think one thing that's interesting is that all of this talk about having a career and a life, I hate work-life balance, words that are only used for women. Similar to have it all. Other words that are also only used for women. We're trying to get rid of all of those. But we all want both careers and we also want lives and it's not just married women. I have a great story in my book about a woman who I saw speak on a panel when I was in business school and she said, I'm so tired of hearing about mothers need to go see their kids play soccer. I need to go to a bar. I need to go to a bar tonight so I can meet someone so I can get married and have a kid who plays soccer. And so the need for a life is legitimate at any stage in your career and I think we have to pick our moments. I advise people when you first start a new job is a great time to really give it your all. Establish yourself, establish yourself as a great worker, show how dedicated you are, really contribute and then over time when you've established that credibility, carve out a way for your job to work for you and for others. I think there's a lot of flexibility that people need, and there's a lot of institutional reform that needs to happen, all of which you can do when you're running those institutions so get yourselves there but there's also a lot we can ask for now and we should feel comfortable asking for what we need at every stage of our careers.

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

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

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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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Kristine Shine serves as the Chief Revenue Officer for Sugar Inc. Kristine leads the company's...

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A former Ivy League grad, buttoned-up investment banker, and legislative assistant to two US...

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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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Any advice for being deeply involved with one's career while still fostering personal relationships with friends and family?
Absolutely! One of my favorite new roles is hosting work/life harmony workshops. And on a personal note, this is something I am constantly working on. The biggest part is to prioritize and make peace with the fact that your time and energy are not infinite. I encourage my clients to bring their savvy and passion to their personal lives. First take a look at how you spend your time and what you can minimize and what you can maximize. Also incorporate your lives as much as possible. I no longer have a work self and personal self. It is all one me. I invite friends to events I have to attend. Also schedule personal goals just like you do professional. Place a standing reminder on your calendar to call your best friend or older brother every few weeks so that is part of your routine. Also become a pro at managing other's expectations. As you grow in your career those around you may have to adjust to you having less time. That will also mean you making the most of the time you do have. There is so much power and strength from friends and family, so continue to nurture those relationships because they will be fuel when your career is on fire.

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Megan Smyth is the Co-Founder and CEO of GoRecess, Inc., a one-stop destination to find, book and...

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Online shopping expert, Michelle Madhok, is the founder of SHEFINDS MEDIA - publisher of...

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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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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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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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It will make the whole transition a lot smoother.

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These are very powerful pieces of advice. We need to stop comparing ourselves.
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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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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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From your time at Teen Vogue, what would you say is the biggest misconception about working at a fashion magazine?
One big misconception is that you have to dress a certain way. While style is important at fashion magazines, it doesn't mean that you have to wear expensive clothing and stilettos to fit in. I always felt comfortable dressing casually.

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

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Do you have any advice for someone looking to make a jump into the consulting world? How can I set myself apart from other candidates?
Hi Raulston - Would be great to have a bit more detail - are you switching careers? Just getting started? Applying to jobs at companies or looking to break out on your own? What is your past experience and what type of consulting are you trying to do? Would love a bit more info so I can offer a relevant response. Thanks! Emily

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Sarah Lewis has served on President Barack Obama’s Arts Policy Committee, been selected for Oprah...

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Have a gut feeling that u love what you do? Can u imagine work without heart? Do u have any advice for women who feel stuck at a 8-5 job?
I can't imagine work without heart but I know that not everyone is in a position to pursue their passion immediately, especially when bills need to be paid. There are a few things you can do when you're feeling stuck: 1)given the US current unemployment rate, express gratitude for the job you do have. I've found that the first step to manifesting more is appreciating my current gifts 2)take on an assignment or project that will give you access to new leaders, new learnings, or both 3)make an investment in someone else, possibly a mentee, who can make your daily experience more rewarding.