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  •   Madeline Peterson reacted to this post about 5 months ago
    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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  •   sana kanvinde reacted to this post about 5 months 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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  •   Alyssa Rogan commented on this post about 5 months ago
    Hi bSmart ladies!

    In today’s post, I want to dedicate and appreciate my 4 year old cousin, Io! I know that most female role models are mostly older than us, but something so simple about my baby cousin struck me and I wanted to share it with you ladies!

    Around last week my mom asked my cousin what she wanted to be when she grows up. And in less than a second, she responds “I want to ride horses,” AKA an equestrian. I was surprised when she answered that because I assumed she wanted to be a doctor or a nurse since she plays with her toy medical set a lot. Also, this girl has never even ridden a pony or a horse before, but she was so sure that she wanted to ride horses when she’s older.

    I remembered this moment after doing a core value training on vision. Our exercise consisted of explaining our vision for ourselves and others in the perspective of ourselves and also in the perspective of a man. To my surprise, I had two completely different answers, with the man’s perspective being much more assertive and confident. I thought of my cousin’s answer after this exercise because she was so sure of what she wanted to be, what her vision was for her future. I realized it was because she’s a child that is so certain of what she likes and what she doesn’t like, whether it be she likes broccoli, doesn’t like peas, or it’s that she really loves horses. She has no fear of what others will say about her, no worries of judgment due to stereotypes of being a girl, and also is and can solely be worried about knowing what she likes and doesn’t like.

    Therefore, I would like you guys to just for a moment imagine yourself as a child--no worries about college debt, no stress from doing well in school, no worries about the judgment you may face from stereotypes on your point of view, NOTHING. Just ask yourself plainly, what do I like and what do I dislike?

    As a kid, plain and simple, I wanted to be a singer when I was older. I’m curious to what you guys wanted to be when you grew up, so please feel free to comment!

    #vision
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