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  •   Hannah L. Goodwin reacted to this post about 11 hours ago
    Starting to read "The Defining Decade - Why your twenties matter- and how to make the most if them now" 😎 Who's with me?
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  •   Andrea Rice reacted to this post about 1 day ago
    Entrepreneur, advisor, and investor, Tina Sharkey, began Brandless with a mission to put people first by providing consumers with healthy and inexpensive food, beauty and personal care products, and household supplies Sharkey is dedicated to supplying goods of the same quality as national brands, but without the ‘brand-tax,’ the hidden cost consumers pay for buying brand labels:  https://brandless.com/
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  •   Andrea Rice reacted to this post about 1 day ago
    Any Etsy shop owners out there? While I wait to land a job, I'm starting up an Etsy shop to help me make a little money on the side. I'm going to sell thrift and vintage clothing. Any tips on how to get started and find success?
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  •   sana kanvinde reacted to this post about 1 day ago
    Hello wonderful bSmart ladies!

    Today, I am focusing on the core value #Vision !!

    Vision: A bSmart woman understands that leadership begins with a clear vision for herself and others.

    As women, we are often discouraged from having specific career and lifestyle goals (by society and subsequently by our peers and ourselves)

    Create a mission statement for yourself, and don’t shy away from dreaming big, recognizing your full potential, and being specific.

    Some example statements to get you started:
    - I’m at my best when…
    - My goal in life is to pursue…
    - My strengths are...
    - I will find opportunities to use my natural talents and gifts by…
    - I am inspired by…
    - The 3 most important values in my life are…
    - As an ideal friend/ family member/ co-worker/ citizen of the earth I want to…

    My mission is to pursue editing, writing, and marketing by building a strong network, dedicating my time and energy to every job and opportunity, and working my way up so that I can work for a successful magazine or editorial company. I’m at my best when I practice self care, stay organized, am doing something I enjoy, and have a supportive social circle. I would like to pursue entrepreneurship, help others (especially in the mental health realm), and be supportive, compassionate, and generous to friends, family, and others in my environment.

    What's your #vision for yourself? What's your #vision for others?

    To start, I’m tagging: Jisu Choi Ursula Choi Alexandra Rivera Becky Hoving Olivia Mills

    Feel free to comment, tag others, and share on your stream!

    When we, as women, support each other in fulfilling our goals, great things can happen
    ‏ — feeling empowered
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  •   Elsie Grathwohl commented on this post about 1 day ago
    Elsie!

    I wanted to introduce you to Charlotte Kasper - a bSmart intern who's interested in curating visual art shows this summer in NYC. Her network is in Boston and I thought you could give her some insight into where/how to start - especially from an art history / appreciation perspective.
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  • Hello wonderful mindfulness ladies!

    Today, I am focusing on the core value #Vision !!

    Vision: A bSmart woman understands that leadership begins with a clear vision for herself and others.

    As women, we are often discouraged from having specific career and lifestyle goals (by society and subsequently by our peers and ourselves)

    Create a mission statement for yourself, and don’t shy away from dreaming big, recognizing your full potential, and being specific.

    Some example statements to get you started:
    - I’m at my best when…
    - My goal in life is to pursue…
    - My strengths are...
    - I will find opportunities to use my natural talents and gifts by…
    - I am inspired by…
    - The 3 most important values in my life are…
    - As an ideal friend/ family member/ co-worker/ citizen of the earth I want to…

    My mission is to pursue editing, writing, and marketing by building a strong network, dedicating my time and energy to every job and opportunity, and working my way up so that I can work for a successful magazine or editorial company. I’m at my best when I practice self care, stay organized, am doing something I enjoy, and have a supportive social circle. I would like to pursue entrepreneurship, help others (especially in the mental health realm), and be supportive, compassionate, and generous to friends, family, and others in my environment.

    What's your #vision for yourself? What's your #vision for others?

    Feel free to comment, tag others, and share on your stream!

    When we, as women, support each other in fulfilling our goals, great things can happen
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  •   Joanna Gaden commented on this post about 2 days ago
    Hi darlings

    About to finish reading "The Defining Decade" and prepared some questions to guide our discussion and to solidify takeaways and insights. You DONT have to answer all or even any of these questions, they are meant to start the discussion in any way that's useful.

    Will post a summary of my takeaways tomorrow! Hope this buddy read is useful. Let me know how it's going for you.

    1) Do you relate to the stories? Any themes and characters in particular? Did the author’s framing help you see new things?
    2) Do you have a vision for yourself? What is it (share as much as you like)? How are you creating/crafting/forming your vision? (Feel free to answer this one even if you haven't read the book!!)
    3) How do bSmart core values emerge in this book? Can you give examples?
    4) How does this book fit with/complement/challenge or support other resources you’ve found helpful? Share some!
    5) Dr. Jay references social history and social context, differences between generations, etc. - how does your worldview on the contemporary moment/society/your generation impact how you see yourself now and in the future?
    6) How does this book look at formal education? Does it underestimate what college and graduate school as well as personal education from learning about health from social media influencers to fiction book clubs can do for us and how important they are to vision?


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    I just added some ideas to the google doc. Take a look and let me know what we think! I would love to hear your ideas as well.
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  •   Joanna Gaden commented on this post about 3 days ago
    Hey, we get it being a woman isn't cheap! Especially if you are in college expenses can rack up quickly! But don't worry there are plenty of stores that feel your pain and offer student discounts!

    Here are just a few to help you save some cash and do some smart shopping!

    1. Banana Republic- 15% off full priced items so you can finally afford clothes for work
    2. ASOS- 10% off entire purchase for students to stay stylish
    3. Madewell- Another reason to shop- students get 15% off when they show their ID
    4. Steve Madden- They offer 10% when you show your ID so get shopping!
    5. Apple Music- Just $4.99 a month for students and your first three months are free
    6. Qdoba- Offers students a beverage when purchased with a meal.
    7. J.Crew- Get 15% off in stores when you show your ID

    Like and comment with more smart ways to travel, eat, and spend!
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