Winter 2020

7 Ways Mompreneurs Can Get Their Groove Back

BY: Marci Bryant I’m a stay-at-work-from-home-mom-of-a-toddler in the middle of a pandemic. Most days I am unequivocally tired, and there is often more on my to-do list than there are available hours and resources. Cohabitating for the first time, adjusting to parenthood, finding my way on a new job, and navigating new success as a […]

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Game Changer Girls Are Virtually Everywhere!

Game Changer Girls Are Virtually Everywhere! BY: Tisha L Hammond Deciding to be happy is good for your health. Being announced in the first class of inaugural Ambassadors to the Career Mastered Women’s Leadership Network (CMWLN) is good for your net worth! When you calculate the immediate increase in social capital, and access to new

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The 4 Leadership Roles A Successful Professional MUST Play

BY: Center for Creative Leadership Every role we play as humans has certain responsibilities and skills that come with it. And as we all know, each of us plays multiple roles. In our personal lives, this usually feels natural. We may play the roles of both parent and child, sibling, friend, and more. We lean

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Activate Your Inner Power: Grace Liang: Loss and Grief as a Pathway to Activating Your Inner Power

Activate Your Inner Power BY: Nicole Hudson It has been said that pain is inevitable, suffering is optional. We all experience pain and loss in our lives – loss of a parent, spouse, or child; loss of a dear friend or beloved pet, loss of a job, loss of income, loss of economic security, to

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Ally To Allyship: Establishing a Common Language  To Achieve Diversity Goals

BY: Amber Cabral When I first began doing diversity work, there was no discussion of inclusion or equity, the sole focus was diversity and when people said diversity, they basically meant people who were not white. Here we are 20 years later and we’ve not only learned that inclusion and equity are important, but we

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Cultivating a Culture of Mutual Respect

BY: Hadley Roy T his September, the virtual Career Mastered Summit & Leadership Awards program welcomed two Northwestern Mutual speakers: Executive Director of the Women’s Field Association Allison Engel and Financial Advisor Deidra Willis. Northwestern Mutual’s commitment to diversity, inclusion, and equity goes far beyond sending speakers to the annual professional development event. Instead, that

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The Career Mastered Bookshelf: Toni Morrison, The Source of Self-Regard

BY: Tiffany Courtney A writer’s life and work are not a gift to mankind; they are its necessity,” Toni Morrison writes in the opening of The Source of Self-Regard, a collection of selected essays, speeches, and meditations published six months before her death in August 2019. The works span four decades and illuminate the vastness

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The Secret to Digestive Health

BY: Jody Trierweiler Does the state of the world have your stomach in knots lately? Has your exercise and nutrition plan suffered? Many people have gained weight in 2020 and there are multiple contributing factors. The digestive system is very susceptible to stress and the resulting symptoms are not fun. Digestive issues result from many

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Career Mastered Alumni: Judge Kimberly Best

Giving Back the Best on the Bench and Beyond! BY: Raquelle “Rocki” Harris When you serve in your purpose, you naturally strive to be the best. Judge Kimberly Best exemplifies her surname with excellence as a District Court Judge in Charlotte, North Carolina. For her, it’s an honor to enact justice while advocating for the

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Boss-Up! Your 2021 Career Guide

BY: Evelyn Summerville One of the most liberating truths I embraced in life is my career. I own it. Therefore, I chart the course to determine its direction and accept responsibility for getting ahead. Armed with this truth, I realized that as important as a job is grasping the bigger picture of my career held

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A Royal Salute: Letter From The Publisher

BY: DR.LISA WICKER Coming off of a year of uncertainty, loss, and challenges, we’ve all had to adjust some of our family traditions for holidays, birthdays, weddings, and more. I am persuaded that celebrating the holidays without my mother will never feel normal. To be honest, this entire year has not felt normal, due to

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