Conventional wisdom says to look for Smart Money, but instead Elisa Camahort Page tells us to look for Passionate Money. Money that is passionate about you!
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What does being super lucky have to do with magic and value? A lot, it turns out, and Joanna will give you tips on how to create that best-in-the-world feeling for yourself.
It’s not clear that seismic change will happen any time soon, but younger generations are providing hope for incremental change, that eventually will provide men with access to a fuller version of masculinity.
It's true: even the most accomplished people have a mean voice in their head. If that voice is wreaking havoc with your confidence, read on—Joanna has some ideas for you.
AI assessing your humanity during interviews? It's now a thing. Here's what should know about the fast-changing world of human talent.
When Elisa first saw the story about Lyft helping people who live in food deserts to the grocery store for $2.50 a ride, it sounded cool, but she had one question that wasn’t answered in the articles: What about the drivers? Discover her views on the gig economy and tech for good.
We want to have it all. But the truth is, in business (and in life), something always has to give. So how do we choose wisely?
This week's Amplifying Voices is all about "mansplaining." Annie Rogaski believed that she was pretty steeped in this topic from the female perspective, but wanted to understand the male perspective.
Our workplaces are full of unspoken and evolving protocols. How do we crack the code without offending someone? First, you question the question.
When you think strong female team leader, you probably don't think, "Cinderella!" Joanna will show you how to see her (and others you work with) in a new light.
"Can you tell me about yourself?" It might be the most frequently asked interview question. But most people are answering it wrong. Joanna tells us why and how you can get it right.
Lessons Learned by Listening In is a new series where Joanna interviews some incredibly impressive women, AKA 100% pure Ladybadasses. And Kylie sits in and soaks up all the knowledge. This first interview is with Sam Horn, author, Founder, and CEO of The Intrigue Agency.
How do you jump over the gap between what you know and what you believe you can do? If it seems impossible, read on. Help is on the way.
What are the chances that your job will become obsolete in the future? No one knows for sure, but there are five things you can do right now so you're ready for the jobs that don't yet exist.
In this episode of Amplifying Voices, Ladybadass Annie Rogaski introduces the idea of the “man box,” brings awareness to how it affects us all, and offers some suggestions of how we might release ourselves from its grip.
Have you ever answered a job-related question, and realize too late that it didn't land? You might have just answered the wrong question.
Choices are made every day about the problems tech will tackle. If we’re lucky more people will start trying to tackle global problems, not just incremental efficiencies. Elisa Camahort Page kicks off our new series, Amplifying Voices.
Who decides on your replacement? Joanna points out a common mistake we make when we're "breaking up" with a job.
Communication. Empathy. The ability to inspire. Do you think of these as work skills? You should. And it's time to give this skill set a new name.