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Yes, at my previous employer, I pulled my manager aside to have a conversation about my career path. I asked what it would take to be a senior vice president one day. During our conversation, he said, ‘Why would you want to do that? You would be better off staying on the sales side of things. If you want to be a mom, it might be easier.’
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My first internship was in Chicago. It was unpaid and for school credit. It was a PR firm and I quickly learned that marketing wasn’t what I wanted to do. I was disappointed while I was going through it because my peers all loved what their internships were. That was my hope for my internship. I ended up getting a job offer, but I realized I didn’t like marketing, so I didn’t accept the role.
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It’s always something I wanted to do. I enjoy education and I enjoyed learning about the practices of general management. I wasn’t super happy in my job and part of the reason is because I wanted to grow. I had real life experience, such as starting and selling companies. One day, I was sitting in class and it hit me: I’m my own case study.
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I tried to work from home, but it was blurring the lines too much. It’s best to be disciplined with your schedule. I have to be home by 6 pm because that’s when the nanny has to go home. I turn my phone off because I have to be Addison’s mom. When she goes to bed, I turn everything back on. Nobody at work missed me for those two hours.
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