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Three Gifts For A 20-Something – Find Your Onlyness

Emily Ladau, Natalie Zfat, Nilofer Merchant, Natalia Oberti Noguera, Sabrina Hersi Issa What three “gifts” would you give a 20-something if you were a “Forty-Godmother”? Here 40-somethings share three wishes to help a 20-something get a head start on the confidence to make decisions that are right for themselves. No more woulda, coulda, shoulda.  This […] Read more…

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Three Gifts For A 20-Something – From I Should To I Want

What three “gifts” would you give a 20-something if you were a “Forty-Godmother”? Here 40-somethings share three wishes to help a 20-something get a head start on the confidence to make decisions that are right for themselves. No more woulda, coulda, shoulda.  1. Don’t fixate on the bad. Focus on what is good in your […] Read more…

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Three Gifts For A 20-Something – Open Yourself Up To Change

What three “gifts” would you give a 20-something if you were a “Forty-Godmother”? Here 40-somethings share three wishes to help a 20-something get a head start on the confidence to make decisions that are right for themselves. No more woulda, coulda, shoulda.  1. If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Use […] Read more…

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Set Some Stretch Goals For Yourself And See Where It Takes You

Last month I attended the KPMG Next Generation Leadership Summit, where I had the opportunity to hear Condoleezza Rice share a wonderful piece of advice on achieving personal excellence. “Set higher expectations for yourself than anyone else sets for you because then you will never be disappointed,” she said. I couldn’t agree more. It’s so important […] Read more…

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Three Gifts For A 20-Something – Stress Is Not A Virtue

What three “gifts” would you give a 20-something if you were a “Forty-Godmother”? Here 40-somethings share three wishes to help a 20-something get a head start on the confidence to make decisions that are right for themselves. No more woulda, coulda, shoulda.  1. Hold yourself up to standards but make them your standards. 2. Stress […] Read more…

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