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Listening to @ProfreshProdcast is so refreshing! 😉 Hosts Kristen and Stevie spill the beans—and the tea—on what it’s like working in a creative office. They have so many tips, stories, and lessons for all the #GirlBosses out there dealing with the Chads of the work world.
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Make that list and check it twice (or thrice, for you overachievers). This checklist from @ProfreshPodcast is giving me serious inspo. What are some of your workplace #goals?
As hard as you work, you deserve to like the space you’re in. @ProfreshPodcast hosts Kristen and Stevie dish on how you can improve your company culture, from getting standing desks to creating a candid environment. We can all learn so much from them! Tune in at profreshpodcast.com. (Link in bio!)
“I reached out to Steve to see if he had any leads for me, as far as Creative Directors go, and he actually said ‘what about me?”
“Take time to research what you are worth.”
“[Money] is definitely one of the top 3 things… as far as what causes stress, but it’s the thing that so few people are willing to look at.”
“As women, we’re not conditioned in our upbringing and in our society to rock the boat, to ask for more.”
“Put yourself first. Not in an arrogant way, but no one will toot your horn for you.”
“With that flexibility, knowing that you can put your child first, and still be working, and still be successful, and not have that stress, is huge.”
“To me, it makes a ton of sense that if the business does better, everyone benefits in a monetary way.”
“One of the things that’s been totally transformational for me has been digging into [questions like] What do I think about money? People making money? People making a lot of money? Charging a lot of money? You don’t think of those things as being an emotional issue… but for me this has been such a challenge.”
According to Forbes, 43% of millennials plan to quit their current job within two years.
“When I see people running or when I see them having owner mentality, there is that hustle, or what I would expect from myself.”