Here is a list of actual queries I Googled last Friday: Life planner How to organize my life How to organize my growth Online life planner How to manage personal growth What the heck am I actually doing!?!
A couple of years ago, while working at Quintain, a plugin for Gmail called Just Not Sorry started making the rounds. The stated goal of the app was to help women specifically use fewer "undermining words" in their emails -- like "I think," "just," and "sorry." So, whenever you type an email, the undermining words would be underlined, as if you misspelled something. At the time, this seemed very helpful to me, since I tend to apologize, even when I haven’t done anything wrong. Or, sometimes I act as if what I’m asking for is a bother, when all I'm trying to do is get my work done, just like everyone else.
Let's get physical. If you're anything like me, when you hear those three words, you imagine this:
Reserved. Shy. Quiet. Stoic. I can't tell you how many times people have used these adjectives to describe me. It's true I am more apprehensive to react emotionally in the moment, which quite frankly I don't mind, but being called "shy" is - the -worst.
We all have those moments in our life when something big happens and we just freeze. They're unexpected; unplanned. When those situations arise, there are two ways to handle them: Freak the hell out or calmly look at options to solve it. In this week's episode, we talk about how to handle life's unplanned events and what you can do to better solve for them. We also share some pretty personal stories.
Working in male-dominated industries can present its fair share of challenges; Some real and some percieved. In this week's episode, we invited Deana Poole, a sports radio saleswoman from Philly to join us and share her challenges and more importantly her advice for being successful in your career. In what is, honestly, my favorite MarketHer episode so far, Brie, Angela and I had an open, transparent, and truly inspirational conversation with Deana on her path to success in sports radio, what she learned as she navigated her career, and how each of us can keep our eyes on the horizon of our own growth! This is really a DON'T-MISS episode!
In case you haven't already heard, LuLaRoe, a multi-level marketing (MLM) company that provides wholesale inventory to its retailers in the form of leggings and family fashion, is being sued. Having all stood in the role of an entrepreneur, Brie, Britt, and I all have valuable and differing insights on how to protect yourself as you begin a new business venture.
This week, we sat down with Chris Duprey, IMPACT's COO to get his take on our previous episode, How to Create More Woman CEOs. We thought we were all going to come out guns blazing, but our conversation was exactly what we (and you) needed -- A male's perspective on female CEOs and what it takes to get there (if that is really what you want.)