Leverage You Deserve
For women that want the truth about achieving success.
Loving Yourself Is Not Just Self Care
You first have to love yourself.
When you love yourself you increase your self-esteem, you accept who you are exactly where you are.
From that you get self-care. Self care is the action demonstrating how you love yourself.
Don't get confused with self-care. Self-care can mean many different things to different people.
A massage, a manicure or even an oil change. Anything that you do to ease the stress and chaos in your life is self-care.
Complements and Criticisms
Complements and criticisms are both very hard to accept.
I think that at a very young age women learn to minimize their complements and exacerbate their criticisms.
Even some of the most powerful and talented women struggle with these two words.
It's time we unlearn those behaviors and leverage the compliments and criticisms to work in our favor.
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Do It Anyway
People are going to be happy with your choices.
People are going to be mad about your decisions.
Do what you need to do for yourself anyway.
You are the longest relationship you will ever be in.
Make sure you are making decisions based on that fact.
Yes, we have family, children, partners, friends, and other relationships. But the truth is at any moment, those relationships could end.
The fact that you are considerate of other and have their feelings on your heart says that you are a good person.
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A Chance Encounter
What is a chance encounter? Is it fate? A chance encounter can change the entire direction in life and the experience at that very moment changed everything. Give yourself permission to take advantage of a chance encounter and don't let it be a missed opportunity.
What Is AAUW & Why Should I Care?
The history of the American Association of University Women mirrors the progress of women in the United States. As the number of women graduating from college grew, so did our membership.
AAUW's advocacy efforts have propelled countless new laws, including the Equal Pay Act, first proposed in 1945 and finally passed in 1963; the Title IX amendment in 1972; the Family and Medical Leave Act in 1993; the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act in 2009; and the Paycheck Fairness Act, which was passed by the U.S. Representatives in 2019 but is awaiting action in the Senate.
Through intentional networking you are able to generate leads, growth, and success. This is networking with a purpose and will result in an outcome of achievement. Intentional networking is active, not passive, and requires effort. So how do you become good at intentional networking?