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Collaborating, Finding a Mentor, Friendship, Networking, Playdates
I really liked one I heard yesterday, "You can tell someone to go to hell tomorrow". I think that's a great piece of advice on pausing, letting the situation sink in and gaining composure. I'm a big believer in the Golden Rule and the notion that the journey is the destination.
To be gentle with yourself. It's easy to be hard on yourself, especially when a goal isn't met, or career milestone not reached. I'm looking forward to getting some really good advice from this group of women, especially career and business advice.
I feel we have a duty to participate in our local government. I'm on the board of my neighborhood association and take an active interest in things happening in Denver. Especially in regard to development. We're seeing a huge growth rate, and it's important to help different sectors change in step. We donate to NPR, our Symphony and performing arts center and women's charities. One goal of mine is to be able to donate one million dollars over the course of my career. I'm not there yet, but it drives me to do my best. Our son is in a co-op preschool, so we participate and volunteer our time there.
Marketing & Social Media
A simple and powerful CRM. I use on currently that's so big it's almost too big. I'd like to customize one for what I use it for instead of having three different platforms to organize my life and business.
You're not fat. Focus a bit more and try those things that scare you, you're way more talented than you give yourself credit for. Oh, and don't date that guy!
Why wouldn't I want to be?