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Daniela Lobo
Global Brand and Digital Marketing Director, Talent Engagement @ Johnson & Johnson

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Network with meaningful connections who add to your network in positive ways. Keep in mind that companies often poach employees from their direct competitors. Make sure you are being seen by the right people and if that’s someone you don’t know well, include a note. Don't make it hard for recruiters or potential employers to find your resume or LinkedIn.

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lauren newton
UX Recruiter and Content Strategist @ Facebook

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The way in which ideas come to life is from having so many people involved in everything we do so much so, that the notion of the singular leader who knows it all and has is it all figured out is dwindling. Instead, what’s emerging are leaders who’re able to hold their vision and see other people's talents to which they can extract to the fullest.

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Ozioma Egwuonwu
Founder (Strategist, Consultant, Speaker) @ BurnBright

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Privileges come with responsibility, so it is inherently bullshit for the saying "have it all" to exist. There is no way one can have control over everything in their life and have equilibrium at all times. If you feel yourself struggling because you "don't have it all" or feel like you aren't perfect, do yourself the incredible favor of not holding yourself to those standards (of people who have abundant money, staff, fame, etc. and APPEAR a certain way.) Don't forget that whenever we want something additional in our lives, you have to sacrifice something for it, whether it's time or space or money.

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Anonymous

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The best speaker is present in the room and ready to have a conversation.
It’s not magic but practice. Be prepared. Think about what the conversation is about and what you want to achieve. Don’t forget how others might be thinking.
Be confident.
Collaborate. You don’t have to know it all. Be honest about what you know and ask others.

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Aurelie Harp
Founder, CEO @ The Womanity Project

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