On day three, I told my husband that I could never leave my baby with anyone and I was going to quit my job. On day 30, I turned course.
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We've managed to reduce a complex amalgam of issues to a yes or no question. As you progress on your work/life journey, ask yourself these six questions to gain clarity.
It wasn't until I burned out that I actually became aware of how few resources existed which identified, much less discussed, the impact that occurs when stress and high-achieving women collide.
Many successful women hold beliefs about how they should live and work that produce faulty assumptions that can cause undue stress.
Very few folks seem to understand or tailor advice to what high-achieving, driven women really experience on a daily basis. People seem to think all we need is a bubble bath.
What has a new time of unfettered female achievement done to the centuries-honed relationship between fathers and daughters; particularly the balance of power?
If life is not full of meaningful moments, then something is terribly wrong. Material possessions can't fill in the void. If you think your relationships will complete you, you are disappointed.
I am amazed at how many articles today still portray women as all alike and that we need to change in order to be successful.
Women should create "communities of support" at work that consist of at least two other like-minded women who will help each other stay on target to their dreams and resolve problems along the way.
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