• Feeling Stressed?
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    Dr. Heidi Grant Halvorson at Columbia University Business School recommends nine stress-managing approaches used by successful professionals: Have self-compassion Remember the “Big Picture” Rely on routines Take five (or ten) minutes to do something you find interesting Add where and when to your to-do list Use if-thens for positive self-talk See your work in terms…

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  • Service Activity
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    Thanks to those who requested that we do a service activity!  We took your advice, and the result was fantastic! On December 5, we gathered to do a Christmas service project.  We tied soft, fleece blankets for Sub-4-Santa, ate sandwiches and treats, and played a Christmas song-guessing game.  It was a fun way to spend…

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  • Christmas Time
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    The holidays are often a time of celebration and excitement, but they can also be a very painful time for some. Christmas is a time to turn to The Savior. One woman recounts her experience about an unexpected trial and an unexpected gift she received one Christmas. To watch her story, click here. Merry Christmas…

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  • Managing Your Time with Two Lists
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    The Harvard Business Review published this blog post about time management, written by Peter Bregman, a strategic adviser to CEO’s and their leadership teams. He talks about creating two essential lists to help with time management. 1.) Your Focus List, and 2.) Your Ignore List. With the rapid pace of information passing through our fingertips, we…

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  • Dare, Dream, Do
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    Have you wondered how fabulous women have made their lives successful? What do you need to do to achieve your dreams? What are the next steps? How is it done? We have  the answers. BYU Alumna Whitney Johnson, co-founder of Clayton M. Christensen’s investment firm Rose Park Advisors (Disruptive Innovation Fund) and Author of Dare, Dream, Do,…

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  • Semiannual Dinner
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    In November, we had our Semiannual Dinner event! We invited Lisa Bearnson to be our keynote speaker, and also had a panel of several professionals to answer some of our club members’ questions. We also invited women from throughout the local business community to join us for dinner to provide our members with a great…

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  • WTC Luncheon
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    Our club was very privileged recently to be able to hear from several members of the Women Tech Council of Utah. Around 15 women from the WTC attended this luncheon to provide our club members with advice about working in the business world, especially in technology professions. What a GREAT opportunity! We first heard from…

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  • Why Study Abroad?
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    Studying abroad has many benefits, including the opportunity to learn a new language, experience a different culture, and broaden your worldview. Since less than 2% of U.S. students from 2007-2008 went on a study abroad,  experience abroad will add a bright spot to your resume and set you apart from others as you move into…

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  • Etiquette Dinner
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    We were very privileged recently to have a wonderful Etiquette Dinner for our club members that was sponsored by Deloitte. We learned all about the do’s and don’ts of dining out, especially at recruiting and career related dinners, as well as some helpful advice as we pursue a career in business. Becca Haynie, head Deloitte campus…

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  • Social Media and Your Personal Brand
    Social Media and Your Personal Brand
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    “All of us need to understand the importance of branding. We are CEOs of our own companies: Me Inc. To be in business today, our most important job is to be head marketer for the brand called You.” – Tom Peters in Fast Company Competition in the workforce is fierce, especially in our current economy. Getting a job…

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