Managing your fear is essential for becoming a leader. Conquering your fear is even better.
Know your strengths. Embracing who you are will allow your authenticity to shine. source https://www.forbes.com/sites/jillgriffin/2018/12/13/making-lemonade-an-interview-with-real-estate-leader-diane-ramirez/
When women can see themselves around that all-important board table, it sends a message: I can do it too.
Regret is a lot worse than failure. Wherever you are today and in whatever your circumstances, be fearless. Don’t play it safe.
Diversity and inclusion cannot be treated as an add-on. It’s an integral part of how we do business.
My executive team and I were in a unique position to build a dynamic team the right way from the start. We were committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment.
Even in our “let’s just text’ world, sitting across the table and having a dialogue is as powerful as ever.
Gratitude is the safety net that allows us to move at the pace we need to move while also being OK with where we are
Failure isn’t the worst thing. Turns out losing my job is what inspired me to start focusing on my own business.
Get up every day and do everything you can to build a moat around your health, your finances, and your career.
Always keep your eyes of the big picture and what it takes to achieve it.