Posts Tagged ‘What I Wish I Knew Then’

What I Know Now: My Path To Starting A Travel Site

By  Mica Walsh, 4020 Vision Ambassador Today I interviewed Pavia Rosati, Founder/CEO of the award-winning travel website, Fathom, the place for those passionate about travel to get inspired. Pavia had spent many years working as an Executive Editor at DailyCandy before launching Fathom. I was interested in learning how Pavia came up with the idea […] Read more…

Three Gifts for a 20-Something

What three “gifts” would you give a 20-something if you were a “Forty-Godmother”?  40-something women share three things 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. The ability to say no and not feel guilty 2. […] Read more…

Three Gifts for a 20-Something (109)

Herewith, three “gifts” one 40-something would give a 20-something as their “Forty-Godmother”. What are yours?   1. To embrace imperfection. And know that the person you fall in love with will be the person that loves your imperfections. 2. Relationships should be easy. It’s what make all the hard things easier to get through. 3. […] Read more…

I Would Have Gotten Here Sooner If…

Today I’m sharing an article that was published by The Galveston Daily News on their online job resource. It has some interesting reflections on “What I Wish I Knew Then” about careers — with one little tidbit from your truly. Enjoy.   Sooner Or Later Published August 26, 2012 Before leaders and achievers rise to the top […] Read more…

8 Women on What I Wish I Knew Then…on Career

    “Do the things that you think you can’t do. It’s easy to say , “Oh it doesn’t pay enough money or I can’t do that” but you should.” – 40-something, married, mom, finance, Stamford, CT    ~   “Don’t look at the job you have now as the last thing you are going […] Read more…

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