Normal will Get You Nowhere and Other Random Career Advice for My Daughters

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  • Unpaid internships last no longer than three months.
  • Make yourself memorable by being a true professional.
  • Don’t let things sit back and happen. Make them happen.
  • Give more , ask for more and plan fun weekends.
  • Whenever possible, jump at the opportunity to speak in public.
  • Have your own personal brand of elevator pitch.
  • Reduce stress and anxiety, don’t harbor it in your body. Exercise. Every. Single. Morning.
  • Don’t tell them, show them. Let your actions speak louder than your words.
  • Always be interviewing.
  • Create your task list for tomorrow, tonight.
  • You will always be juggling too many balls in the air. Life is busy. Balance is hard.
  • Don’t ever spend more than 2/3rd of your day at work.
  • Measure your value. Create a portfolio of all of your milestones.
  • Don’t over compensate and don’t over promise.
  • Build your skills. Commit yourself to lifelong daily learning.
  • When stressed, remember it really is okay right now.
  • Don’t get stuck. If you don’t feel it, don’t do it.
  • Normal will get you nowhere. Be astonishing.

Anything to add? What do you think is great advice for someone entering the workplace?

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Inspiring everyone to become the very best they can be while leading more passionate, purposeful lives filled with gratitude and greatness. Studying and curating the very best experts and masters of mind, body and soul for improving performance, achieving greatness and living a thoughtful and intentional life. Obsessed with how technology can improve our fitness, meditation and mindful practices while reducing stress and creating calm amidst the chaos of modern existence.

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