“You really should be considering asssistant-level positions,” the recruiter stated. “Excuse me? Why? I was a manager for over 5 years,” I responded cried. “Well, you’ve been out of the workforce so long that you’ll likely need to take a step down to get back in the game,” … [Read more...] about The mom penalty: Are you part of the problem?
How does your introversion or extroversion affect your actions and interactions in various groups? Do you even know whether you’re an introvert or extrovert? Knowing and using your personality type to manage your environment is a game changer when it comes to stress levels, … [Read more...] about Top 5 ways for introverts to love large events
Mindset. It’s an issue many of us struggle with at some point in our lives. If you’re anything like me, mindset - and the need for a mindset shift - comes up over and over - often at the most unexpected of times. You may look at people who are confident, have accomplished big … [Read more...] about The one mindset shift that will revolutionize your thinking
A few years ago, I did a freelance project that involved working with craft bloggers and reviewing their content and products. I can’t tell you how many times I read something along the lines of: “This is a quick project. I did it while watching Downton Abbey, so it’s … [Read more...] about You and me? We have different definitions of “easy”
I say it every month, but how is it the end of May already?! This month was simultaneously endless and flew by. 1. Communication matters. It is SO incredibly easy to miscommunicate – to think that you are communicating more clearly than you are. Did you actually say what you … [Read more...] about Communication matters + the top 6 things I learned in May