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Taking an internship is one way you can get your foot in the door. After you start, don’t just put your head down and work hard. Ask the director of the department (or the CEO, if you can reach him/her) what project they’d like to get done but haven’t been able to because of time. Complete the project and show your value. Every opportunity is a game changer.
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Did someone tell you you’re doing a good job? Have them put it in writing. Ask if they can send your boss a quick note. Recognition gets rewarded.
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Speak up. Don’t be afraid to ask. Doing your job is just as much bravery as it is hard work. One of the primary reasons women are paid less than men in the workplace is because women don’t ask. Nine times out of ten, asking and making your voice heard won’t impact you adversely.
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Even Madonna isn’t doing it by herself. She has a team of people who keep her looking good, including publicists, personal trainers and voice coaches. Not all of us have access to personal trainers and publicists, but we all have access to accountability.
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