Apr 14, 2017
Avoid this trap by putting yourself first. Just know what we want, hat the outcomes of our choices are ours, and that sometimes we must say what’s on our mind (respectfully). Society has told us that some things just happen to us. Those that stand out - that are sought after - understand the facets of me first. They recognize they will have self doubt (and handle it). They understand peer pressure and company culture for how things are done. They are accountable for future things that haven’t happened yet (that fall into their role). They are responsible and accept outcomes. Jessica Dewell and Ivana Taylor talk about reactions, misconceptions, and the truth of me first.