Be willing to put yourself on the line.
The bottom line? You’ve worked hard. You’ve educated yourself. And you’re worth it. Now, go ask for it.
A break to think things through might be the best time saver of all.
Most of us underestimate the impact of sending an actual note rather than an electronic text or email.
Everyone is unique and has special talents – the key is to find yours and execute on what you are good at.
I’ve learned throughout the years is that I can handle much more than I expected.
I visited my closest Best Buy and I have to say that I was not disappointed.
My advice is to ask questions to learn, seek mentors, and accept coaching and feedback.
Hurdles can be our best friends because they force us to stop and face the fact that it’s time to change something.
Sometimes the ingredients of success are counterintuitive.
Step out and step up to your next exciting challenge. You’ve got this. You have all the gifts and talent you need.