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May 22, 2019



With everything that's going on in the world, it's easy to feel like you're just not doing enough to make a difference. But you don't need to quit your job and start a non-profit in order to do some good. On the latest episode of "Work It," Shiza Shahid, co-founder of the Malala Fund, shares how every single one of us can make an impact simply by starting where we are and showing up. Check out our conversation on Facebook Watch or IGTV.

Plus, on All the Social Ladies this week, I'm joined by Heineken's Jessica Robinson to chat about getting comfortable with the unknown, challenging yourself to try something new, and using consumer insights to tap into emerging trends. Take a listen.


Reading List

Why we need to end the plague of secret parenting.

Six women entrepreneurs on how they handled the worst day of their careers.

What anxiety does to us at work (and how to minimize its effects).

Ugh, 60 percent of male managers are "uncomfortable" working around women.

The first year of every business is hard, but Amy Norman's was hell.


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