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I like to reflect on my old journals, writings, and review old goals so I know when to move onto new goals and think about how I've done it in the past. My number one advice is to not be afraid to ask strangers for help and leave your comfort zone/don’t be afraid to go back.

#extrovert #all Industries
Farrah Bostic
Founder, Head of Strategy @ The Difference Engine

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As a manager, it's important for you, your managee, and the work itself that you be entirely honest. Tough conversations often require a written list of topics to use as a check-list. It'll help you keep on track, get it all out, and frame the feedback in an actionable way.

#mid-level professional #introvert #advertising #experience #leadership skills #team work
Kari Niles
VP, Sr. Creative Director @ Audible

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I believe clarity is the most important trait for leadership. Leaders might not know the exact answers, but they should be clear in the direction they want to go and their intentions. Clarity goes two ways for me: outward, as in knowing what we are we trying to do, and inward, as in how do I get the people working for/with me to understand where we’re going.

#senior level professional #extrovert #advertising #leadership skills
Heather Fullerton

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It’s a call to accept yourself for the way you are, not just the parts that you like, but the parts that are difficult. To counter self-love, there's an important piece we often don't think about: self-doubt. Know what it looks like. There is an inherent power in speaking about self-doubt. Sometimes people can’t work because they get drowned out by thoughts of self-doubt, but remember that the pursuit of perfection is completely inauthentic--everyone has different things to doubt and are able to challenge them in different ways, so do what works for you. There's no right way, and no path to perfect.

#any level #ambivert #all Industries #interviewing skills
Gemma Gambee
Creative Strategist @ Gemma Gambee Consultancy

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If you're interviewing, think about your personal branding as the narrative you build for yourself and as your memoir, which is how you'd like to be remembered. Don't confuse it with a biography, which is just a pure description of your life.

#mid-level professional #ambivert #all Industries #presentation skills
Julie Cottineau
Founder @ Brand Twist

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