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Passion and mindset are important but never more important than cold, hard numbers.
Every startup is looking for talent but the smart talent isn't going to work for a startup with no future.
If you want to make it you need to start by changing your mindset.
Unhappiness at work is a personal and professional growth opportunity.
Exchanging constructive feedback with your peers benefits everyone.
The solution to imposter syndrome for competent people is to get in touch with reality.
Work-life balance naively suggests working and non-working hours should be evenly apportioned.
Getting rich is not really that hard, unless you're in a hurry.
Is your brilliant idea a gold mine or a guaranteed flop?
The power of face-to-face marketing can't be supplanted by digital tricks and tactics.
Celebrate these women for overcoming the odds but never quit demanding a level playing field.
Technology changes a lot very fast. People, not so much.
There is no shortcut, so just work through that list you should have.
You could be reading a couple of books a month, or more, just by managing your time a little better.
There's a worthwhile book out there for whatever you need to move forward on your leadership journey.