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Three Gifts For A 20-Something

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. A strong voice: I’d give you a constant friend sitting on your […] Read more…

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Three Gifts for a 20-Something – When Slowing Down Helps Your Career

By Emily Betz, 40:20 Vision Ambassador 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. Patience in finding your calling. This is so desperately […] Read more…

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Be The Boss: You Don’t Have To Rely On Other People To Decide What Work You Can Do

By Mica Walsh, 40:20 Vision Ambassador Today I’m sharing an interview with Nika Stewart, co-founder and CEO of GhostTweeting, a social media management agency in New Jersey. Nika spoke with me about her experience as an entrepreneur and how she learned to design a life that has given her freedom and flexibility. Where I Started  […] Read more…

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Three Gifts from the Women’s March on Chicago

By Stephanie Florence, 40:20 Vision Ambassador On January 21, 2017, I witnessed a piece of history. I joined 250,000 in the Women’s March on Chicago. Not only did I get to witness it, I had the great fortune of volunteering backstage – greeting speakers and performers before their important moments. And then seeing their reactions […] Read more…

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What I Wish I Knew Then: 3 Gifts for a 20-Something

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, Be yourself. Don’t expect to be what people expect you to be. […] Read more…

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My Aha Moment and Saving Good Girls Revolt

Sarah Kunst, Founder of Proday, and Sophie Milam, an engineer and Executive Officer, HI-SEAS Mission III backstage at a panel I moderated on Women In The World’s Workplace.  This past October I had an aha moment when I read the book Good Girls Revolt in preparation for a panel I was moderating. The book was made […] Read more…

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