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“Don’t waste your energy …” Career Advice

“Don’t waste your energy on telling people how smart or capable you are, show them. Fly under the radar and never let them see you coming.” —Jen Groover, Entrepreneur, Author of What if and Why not?, TV Personality, and Motivational Speaker

 

Self Magazine has a great article about some of the best career advice they can find.  I have issues with Self (thinspo, fitspo, so on) but I loved some of these quotes, so I’ll be peppering them throughout the rest of January!  Get your inspiration on!

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“Keep it Moving…” Career Advice

“Keep it moving! My former boss used to say this when I screwed up, couldn’t figure something out, or made excuses and asked ridiculous questions that she found annoying. It bothered me so much at the time, but now I’ve realized that all she was trying to teach me was to not sweat the small stuff and figure things out on your own instead of relying on answers from others. This lesson made me a strong, independent, no-nonsense business owner that has been known for accomplishing even the toughest feats.” —Gwen Wunderlich, Publicist and President of Wunderlich, Inc.

Self Magazine has a great article about some of the best career advice they can find.  I have issues with Self (thinspo, fitspo, so on) but I loved some of these quotes, so I’ll be peppering them through the rest of January!  Get your inspiration on!

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“Do what you love…” Career Advice

“Do what you love and love what you do. I’m addicted to my job and couldn’t be happier with it. I think it shows!” —Julie Wax, Blogger, I Heart Heels

 

Self Magazine has a great article about some of the best career advice they can find.  I have issues with Self (thinspo, fitspo, so on) but I loved some of these quotes, so I’ll be peppering them through the rest of January!  Get your inspiration on!

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“My Freshman college professor…” Career Advice

“My Freshman college professor always said ‘You’ve got to have a plan’. No matter what you’re doing or goal you’re aiming for, there needs to be a clear definition of what you want and the steps you should take to get there, while being able to clearly analyze yourself at various benchmarks from a long- and short-term perspective. This stuck with me because it’s applicable to anything you’re working on, and it’s the first thing I do when I’m embarking on a project.” —Kimmie Smith, Editor in Chief of Kitten Lounge, Designer, and Spokesperson

Self Magazine has a great article about some of the best career advice they can find.  I have issues with Self (thinspo, fitspo, so on) but I loved some of these quotes, so I’ll be peppering them throughout the rest of January!  Get your inspiration on!

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“When I first …” Career Advice

“When I first launched Over 40 Females, someone told me to stay true to my original vision for the company no matter what business matters or details got in the way. That would help me stay focused on what the company is about and in what direction we are heading. It’s easy to get side-tracked and listen to everyone else’s advice, but when you go back to your true self and the dream you first had when you started, you will always figure out the right way to go.” —Judy Goss, Founder of Over40Females.com

Self Magazine has a great article about some of the best career advice they can find.  I have issues with Self (thinspo, fitspo, so on) but I loved some of these quotes, so I’ll be peppering them throughout the rest of January!  Get your inspiration on!