Do you have career clarity? Not long ago I had the opportunity to hear Arianna Huffington speak at the Wisdom 2.0 in NYC. She shared her transitional journey from Huffington Post to Thrive Global and how mindfulness and self-awareness drove her decision. She invited those of us in the audience who had a story to share about their own personal self-awareness journey, to reach out to her.
I did and it started an email interaction which led to an invitation to submit an article to Thrive Global for publication.
I’m thrilled to share that the article I wrote about my own experience has been published on Thrive Global. The article, A Woman’s Solo Trip to Sedona, Az.: Searching for Career Clarity and Direction chronicles the beginning of my journey; my awareness that it was time for some self-evaluation and how I came to start that search.
My plan is to share with readers my own personal journey to self-awareness; a bit of a bumpy, yet satisfying journey, in future Thrive Global articles. Once you have determined that self-discovery is necessary and perhaps a re-calibration of your direction is needed, the line is not straight and true from point A to point B. There are detours and roadblocks along the way to career clarity that I believe many will be able to relate to.
I invite you along for the ride.
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JJ DiGeronimo — the president of Tech Savvy Women — is a speaker, author, and thought leader for women in tech and girls and STEM. Through her work, JJ empowers professional women and consults with senior executives on strategies to retain and attract women in technology to increase thought and leadership diversity within organizations.
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