Tag Archives: encouragement
I mentioned in my post on Hustling that I used to feel awkward networking – calling up past colleagues to chat & see if they had opportunities for me & vice versa. But I’ve grown increasingly comfortable with it. Even … Continue reading
I wrote earlier about how a colleague I highly respect asked me to team up to help grow our marketing businesses. It was high praise, which lit a fire under me for various reasons. We met for lunch with another … Continue reading
In less than 24 hours, I’ve heard some great things from clients and colleagues. After my preso on their plans, one new contact person at an existing client said, “I heard nothing but great things from the team, so I … Continue reading
I landed a new client through the freelancing site UpWork. And it’s going spectacularly well. I’m really enjoying digging in and helping them with a wide variety of marketing initiatives. Like most of my clients, they need help with not … Continue reading
In my first post on “The Power of Encouragement,” I wrote that I had difficulty articulating this concept, and how powerful it is when someone believes in me. It’s been months now, but I recently had an epiphany.
I guess when peer pressure is positive, it should be referred to as “influence” rather than “pressure.” Regardless, it’s lovely to see my children’s peers impacting them in positive ways. DD was scared of bugs for a while.