Career Mastered Magazine

Career Mastered Magazine is the premier one of a kind publication focused on women’s global leadership and careers. We provide a voice for the everyday career women who are making a compelling mark on business. Her attributes are: Iconic. Presence. Power. Our goal is to tell “her career story” to further the power of the woman.

Packed with a combination of inspiring and thought-provoking career information, the magazine is positioned as one-of-a kind for global career women.Designed to provide readers with the latest must-haves and must-dos, with a diverse range of content including women leadership features, testimonials, c-suite stories, health and wellness, career fashion and more.

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Tips For a More Colorful Worklife

March 18, 2024

By: Asia Shamir Ferguson For many of us, work life can grow dull. A lack of extravagant or exciting events could cause us to question our life purpose and rethink career choices. While it sounds drastic, it can happen to us all, especially if we are not intentional about creating a work environment that’s inspirational […]

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A Fresh Start! Seeing the Opportunity Within A Crisis

March 18, 2024

By: Kayvonna K Stigall When a crisis occurs, it can seem normal to shut down and throw in the towel until things blow over. Take the pandemic and economic uncertainty for example. It’s an easy excuse to turn away from starting a new business and turn instead to what’s familiar – even if that thing […]

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How to Prune Your Professional Life to Encourage Growth

March 18, 2024

By Nicole Hudson Growing a thriving career is a lot like growing a garden. In the beginning, you start with seeds and care for them as they mature into hearty plants. But you can’t stop there. A gardener’s work is never done. To keep a plant looking and producing its best, you have to tend […]

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Handling Surprises: How to Navigate The Unexpected

March 18, 2024

By Hadley Roy H In many areas of life, the springtime has often brought about big changes and new initiatives. But adapting to change can be a challenge, especially if that change comes as a surprise. Whether you are experiencing a corporate structure reorganization or shifting policies from vendors, it is likely that this spring […]

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Mastering Resilience: How to Embrace Complexity and Thrive in Certain Times

March 18, 2024

By: Jasmine Ball  With record inflation and the global economy projected to slow for the third year in a row—from 2.6% last year to 2.4% in 2024, according to the World Bank’s latest Global Economic Prospects report, there is no better time than now to equip oneself with the skills necessary to emerge as a […]

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Dear Woman Leader, It’s Your Time to Bloom!

March 18, 2024

By: Jasmine Ball  Just as when seasons change, after a harvest, leaves fall down and whatever remains grows cold or withers away in order to make room for life’s new round of seeds to be planted, watered and sprout. The same can be likened to what takes place in our inner beings. In time, we […]

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Find Your Joy! How to Live a Happier Life

March 18, 2024

Did you know? The words “joy” and “rejoice” appear in The Bible over 300 times. That’s more than enough to show that we all strive to live a life of happiness and joy. However, many of us could fall short if we’re not intentional about carving out moments to feel great pleasure.  Abraham Lincoln once […]

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Tax Planning for C-Suite Executives

March 18, 2024

By Glenn E Wright II Tax planning is an indispensable element for C-suite executives who play pivotal roles in steering the directions of their respective companies. Leadership, strategy formulation, and team management demands often relegate tax planning to the background. However, efficient tax planning is crucial, as it helps minimize tax liability and optimize wealth.  […]

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Kicking Doors Open and Advocating for Yourself: Self Advocacy Tips From an Employment Law Expert

March 18, 2024

By Marci Bryant, MBA  As more and more companies implement return-to-work mandates in Corporate America, many workers are dreading having to return to offices that are filled with things that they don’t miss. Things like office politics, countless greetings, forced fake smiles, uninteresting small talk, microaggressions from teammates and bullying behavior from leaders all threaten […]

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I am Resilient: Celebrating 10 Years!

March 17, 2024

In 1987, Congress declared the entire month of March as National Women’s History Month. Along with this declaration, Congress passed additional propositions. between 1988 and 1994, which stated that a special Presidential Proclamation should be issued yearly, announcing that the month remains dedicated to women.  The Career Mastered Women’s History National Class of 2024 Leadership […]

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