We have all struggled with mistakes, personally and professionally, but we don’t always talk about them. Finally, some of the brave women within our network have come forth to briefly share their stories and ideas. Take in some of their hard-learned lessons, and maybe their words of wisdom will help you move more easily through your(…)
I am Aarti Naik. I am 26 years old. And I live in the Mulund West area of Mumbai, India, in a slum with my family. I share a house with my mother, Pushpa, my father, Dattatry (they have been married for 50 years!) and my little brother, Rajni. My elder sister, Sachin, got married(…)
By: Stephen Robert Morse Kathryn Minshew is co-founder and CEO of themuse.com, a website providing immersive job search tools, career-related articles, professional development tools and job matching resources. “Great people come to us to answer the question, ‘What do I want to do with my life?’” Minshew says. To date, her company has helped 15 million job seekers(…)
In February 2014, Danielle Grace Warren packed her bags and left her Brooklyn apartment, moving a continent away from her boyfriend, friends and family to work part-time on a corn, fish and chicken farm in Ghana and to be closer to her true passion.
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