Posts tagged learn
Career Changes Are An Opportunity To Grow

This is by far the hardest thing to admit to yourself. Recognizing that you didn’t fail, nor that you’ve made the wrong choice, but that you’ve changed. 

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Five Questions To Consider Before You Job Hunt

Whether it’s for professional growth, more money, or to cure the unhappiness you’ve been feeling, the decision to leave a job is a time in life that calls for deep self-reflection.

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Discovering Your Own Character Development Through Journaling

Often, I find that my exaggerated or irrational feelings start to dissipate as I write. 

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Better Than Before: Talking Habits For Mavenly's January Book Club

This year, what would happen if we focused on cultivating self-awareness around what habits may be stopping us from achieving our career goals or keeping that New Year’s resolution, instead of simply focusing on the goal itself?

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Mavenly + Co. Book Club: The Defining Decade

Join us on Facebook Live on November 2nd at 8 P.M. EST to chat with us about how to be more productive, set better goals, and live life on purpose.

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Introducing the Mavenly + Co. Book Club

The Mavenly + Co. Book Club is launching this month, and I can’t wait to get started reading and discussing this month’s book (you guessed it), "The Defining Decade," with you, the Mavenly + Co. community.

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Discovering Your Own Character Development Through Journaling

Often, I find that my exaggerated or irrational feelings start to dissipate as I write. 

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Career Changes: Trial or Opportunity To Grow?

This is by far the hardest thing to admit to yourself. Recognizing not that you’d failed, not that you’ve made the wrong choice, but that you’ve changed. 

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Deciding What's Next? Try These Steps To Deal With Your Stress

Where I will reside for the next year is inconsequential compared to how I will grow. But, to help me deal with the decision-making process, here are the things I am doing.Where I will reside for the next year is inconsequential compared to how I will grow. But, to help me deal with the decision-making process, here are the things I am doing.

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