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5 Ways To Overcome Impostor Syndrome In Your Career      

  I specialize in career coaching for women with impostor syndrome. It can hold us back in so many ways that we may and may not be aware of. Before we start, let’s talk about: what is impostor syndrome?  Impostor syndrome is a mindset in which we doubt our skills, talents or accomplishments. It’s fueled

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What To Do If You Hate Your Job And Can’t Quit

We all end up in jobs that are not the right fit for us. It happens. And even if you do not “hate” your job” (I know that’s a really strong word), I really invite you to listen to this episode if you feel unhappy, unfulfilled, unsatisfied or stuck at your job. I truly get

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What To Do After A Bad Job Interview

    Everyone has bad job interviews (including me!). It’s not the end of the world. Actually, it’s very normal to have a bad job interview. However, if you are a high achiever or have imposter syndrome, it can be even more difficult to bounce back because the disappointment can be deeper if we make

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How to Be a Memorable Job Candidate: 5 Ways To Stand Out

    A few months ago, something very unexpected happened. An old hiring manager who previously rejected me for a job last year, emailed me to see I would be interviewing again for a new position in the department. In 2018, I was working in administration and thought I would be stuck as someone’s assistant

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5 Questions You Need To Ask An Interviewer (Especially When You’re Unqualified)

  Interviewing is like dating. And just like on a date, it’s very important to make sure your potential future employer is a good fit for you. That’s why it’s pivotal to ask questions at the end of every job interview. Today we are going to be talking about the 5 questions to ask in

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How To Network Without Feeling Sleazy

    I think deep down we all know that networking is important. Networking is how we get connected with other people in similar industries and make connections to find mentors, collaborate, and possibly even get a new job. But sometimes, networking feels….icky. There I said it. If you’ve been to a few networking events,

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Why you should consider pursuing Financial Independence (even if you don’t achieve it)

      This episode/article is part 1 of the Financial Independence Series on the Millennial Life Podcast. What is financial independence? Is financial independence right for you and how do you go about pursuing it? That’s what we are going to be talking about today! In this kickoff episode/article to this series, we are

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Personal Growth Update: July 2020 – Supporting Anti-Racist Businesses, BTS Business Expenses, and Helping the MLA Community

      Hi everyone! This month’s personal growth update will be a candid update of how MLA is doing as a business and my personal updates with BLM and using my money to support social justice.  Listen to this week’s episode as I talk about: An update on the business I chose not to

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6 Pieces Of Terrible Career Advice You Must Ignore To Avoid Working In A Dead-End Job (and Personal FREE Career Audits!)

  I know that that it’s easy to get caught up in the inspirational Pinterest quotes when it comes to career advice, but the thing is not all career advice is great. So today, we’re going to be talking about that the type of career advice that is well-meaning, well-intentioned, but eventually leads you to

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