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Whenever you're having a tough time, remember that there's always someone who has a far harder job than you do right now. When thinking of others and trying to be empathetic, be careful that it doesn't come from a place of judgment and privilege. Have kindness for yourself and others, that's a much better word to use.

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

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Self-inquisition tends to be so critical when all it really means is, to be honest with yourself and remember who you are when we're lost in the world. Whenever I feel shaken, I have to return to the core of who I am and remind myself that I'm only human and I must be kind to myself.

#any level #ambivert #all Industries #team work
Sally Simms
Founder @ Group Project

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As leaders, one of the largest gifts you can give yourself is to slow down. Slow down and listen to yourself. Listen to your body. If you are tired, your team is tired. If you are confused, your team is confused. If you are inspired, your team will be too. If you are clear on the direction, so is your team. With the simple act of slowing down, your impact will transform from unintentional to intentional.

#senior level professional #ambivert #all Industries #leadership skills
Kimberly Penharlow
Leadership Coach & Organizational Development Expert @ Kimberly Penharlow Consulting

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Women need to stop competing with each other and need to fully learn to support each other. We have to soon realize that we’re all in this together, and so when it comes to individual salary negotiation, women shouldn't be afraid to ask for it. We should allow one another to own it because they deserve it.

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Carolyn Centeno
Founder @ The We Age

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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 these self-doubts, to be able to speak to something about yourself. Consider the value of work, ability to do something, and have somebody to want our help. Sometimes people can’t work because they get drowned out by these 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.

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Gemma Gambee
Creative Strategist @ Gemma Gambee Consultancy

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