A super short email or slack message will do the trick. Every woman in tech I know has some of those stories.Everyone likes to hear positive feedback, it keeps us feeling motivated and happy. About 80% of your work happiness is about how much you enjoy the people you work with. As long as you are in a role where you’re always learning you’re setting yourself up to grow with it. Also, when I’m not learning at a job, I’m not having fun.9. Let’s try to change that for the next generation.10.
If you have friends like that, make sure you do the same for them. Vacations and travel are critical to being a creative, productive person. It doesn’t always have to be a big trip; even going on a day trip or long weekend can make a huge difference.22.
Young enough to still talk with friends about how well we’re “adulting.” Old enough to have a real career and opinions about “kids these days,” including my own nieces and nephews, who use lip-syncing social networks I don’t understand. Keep your eyes on the long game while focusing very short-term to succeed. Without that next step you will never get to your goal at a startup.
Possibly as just a self-indulgence (so millennial of me, right? Feeling that way is the ONLY way you should ever take a job at an early-stage startup. Startups don’t have the leeway that big companies do. Instead you keep the big vision in mind and then just keep putting one step in front of the other.3. I truly believe pushing hard while having fun is where the magic happens.
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