We're combing the archives for some of our favorite articles that you may have missed. The following post, * What Do You Have To Lose,* was written by Minda Harts and speaks to our need to push ourselves to take more risks and start dreaming like we did when we were kids. Who did you want to be then? How can channel the fearlessness of the younger you, and make a bet on yourself?
With the end of another year, it's natural to reflect on all that the past year has had to offer.
We've had an exciting year at The Memo, and are looking forward to 2017. We hope that 2016 has been great in reaching your career goals.
In case you missed a #memomonday, we're recapping some of our favorite blog posts here.
Let's get ready to keep crushing those glass ceilings together in 2017.
“I want to live my life, not record it” - Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
By: Minda Harts, Founder and CEO, The Memo, LLC
The last two weeks have been a little unnerving in the United States. I wrestled with whether or not I should address our country's tension(s) or move forward with my Blublockers on and pretend things aren’t tense.
I searched for comfort at church, with friends, family, and the news. And yet, I still felt hopeless - the same hopelessness when young lives were taken at Sandy Hook, and the same hopelessness when Trayvon Martin’s life was taken, too. In every situation, I wondered: What could I do? And what does that even look like? Then I got to thinking... Speaking up is so important. Not just with policies, but as a woman in the workplace. If you live in New York City, you always see the signs that read, If You See Something, Say Something. Sometimes, being the only voice can be lonely. Our voices can inspire others to speak up. This led me to think about some actions can we take today...