Dr. Kara Fitzgerald Dr. Fitzgerald and I met in a fun and somewhat random way…It’s a favorite story of mine actually. Somehow, her newsletter came into my inbox. It’s quite possible that a client forwarded me her newsletter because of a piece of content they liked. I recall my VERY first impression — This content…
Jennifer Fugo – Gluten Free School Jennifer and I have been working together for a few years now. I remember our first call with Jen (I was driving to the beach for the day because that’s what you do in Florida) and I instantly knew it would be a great partnership. The lines of communication…
I initially thought it would be specifically for business owners/entrepreneurs. I realized this applies to ANYONE that deals with clients.
Being an entrepreneur is hard work. Being a young entrepreneur is even harder. In fact, being in any workplace as a young person can be extremely challenging when working alongside professionals older than you. A simple lack of experience can contribute to miscommunications, highlighted generational differences and barriers between collaborative projects. As a young female business owner, there are several things I realized over time that were holding me back in the workplace. I strongly believe these lessons learned apply to any gender and also to any workplace type of careerist.
5 Ways to Make Your Life More Positive
5 Valuable Things I’ve Learned As a Young Professional
We all have career fears. We may not always acknowledge them, but there are triggers and fears that play a role in our successes and failures.
Undoubtedly, there are clients who unfortunately don’t represent such positive experiences. In fact, they represent situations that are stressful, unrealistic and in some cases, condescending!
I wrote this topic down months ago as something I really wanted to address. I knew, however, that the best words would only come during a time of abundant get-shit-done thoughts and lots of positive action. Sure I feel positive most days, but every now and then I feel like the universe brings me powerful…
Writing about the things that are close to my heart is so important to me. I want you to know that my most meaningful articles come from a personal place of ups, downs, high and lows. As an extreme creature of habit and routine, I’ve had my fair share of tough times adapting to change post college, as a young working woman of the world and as a business owner. Here’s how I embrace change.