The Savvy Young Professional http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com Blog & Podcast Mon, 19 Mar 2018 03:08:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.5 80955812 35. Defining Self Care W/ Danell Leigh-Triola http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/601-2/ http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/601-2/#respond Tue, 06 Mar 2018 03:00:20 +0000 http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/?p=601 In This Episode, I interview Danell Leigh-Triola on the topic of Self Care. We chat about all things self-care and what it means to truly make time and give attention yourself. Danell is the creator of the blog and podcast titled “In The World Of Danell” she is a Certified yoga instructor and licensed Health Professional. […]

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In This Episode, I interview Danell Leigh-Triola on the topic of Self Care. We chat about all things self-care and what it means to truly make time and give attention yourself. Danell is the creator of the blog and podcast titled “In The World Of Danell” she is a Certified yoga instructor and licensed Health Professional.

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In this episode, you will learn

  • A new way to look at self-care
  • Why Routines Matter
  • The link to Self Care and your Work Flow

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Danell’s Blog:https://intheworldofdanell.blog/

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34. World Travel On The Weekend W/ Stephanie Huston http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/34-world-travel-on-the-weekend-w-stephanie-huston/ http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/34-world-travel-on-the-weekend-w-stephanie-huston/#respond Thu, 01 Mar 2018 08:48:52 +0000 http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/?p=598 Stephanie Huston is an inspired adventure traveler and influencer who wants to see every country in the world. She has so far traveled to 35 countries and 111+ cities across 7 continents. She is currently on a mission to explore all 50 US States, and has six left to go! Stephanie works full-time for Taboola […]

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Stephanie Huston is an inspired adventure traveler and influencer who wants to see every country in the world. She has so far traveled to 35 countries and 111+ cities across 7 continents. She is currently on a mission to explore all 50 US States, and has six left to go! Stephanie works full-time for Taboola in NYC and is a contributor for HuffPost, writing about how to live a successful, inspired life, dominate your career, and make an impact while traveling the world.
Huston is passionate about women succeeding in business; she volunteers for The United Women in Business Foundation, and served as Board of Directors NYC President 2014 – 2016. UWIB is an educational non-profit devoted to the professional development and education for women across all industries; as President, Stephanie provided oversight and guidance to the Board of Directors in efforts to help members excel in today’s business environment.

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In this episode, you will learn

  • How To Travel The World One Weekend At A Time
  • Travel Hacks Only The Pros Know
  • How to transfer your passion project to your work project

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Stephanie’s Website:https://www.strategicsteph.com/

Stephanie’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/strategicstephtravels/

Kayak: https://www.kayak.com/

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Book Love March: The Checklist Manifesto http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/book-love-march-the-checklist-manifesto/ http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/book-love-march-the-checklist-manifesto/#respond Thu, 01 Mar 2018 04:31:19 +0000 http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/?p=571 The March Book of The Month Is:  The Checklist Manifesto by Antul Gawande If you love a good checklist this book is for you! Don’t be fooled Gawande goes into detail about the who what and how of the popular checklist method. If you want to talk details about this book make sure to join […]

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The March Book of The Month Is:  The Checklist Manifesto by Antul Gawande

If you love a good checklist this book is for you! Don’t be fooled Gawande goes into detail about the who what and how of the popular checklist method. If you want to talk details about this book make sure to join the SYP Book Club.

 

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How To Say No And Mean It http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/how-to-say-no-and-mean-it/ http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/how-to-say-no-and-mean-it/#respond Wed, 21 Feb 2018 06:09:47 +0000 http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/?p=592 The Hard No (A how-to guide) The hard No “Let me think about it” “I’ll get back to you” “I need to check my schedule” are all examples of excuses we sometimes use when getting caught in the middle of a “quick question”. I’ve lost count thinking about how many times I’ve been able to […]

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The Hard No (A how-to guide)

The hard No

“Let me think about it” “I’ll get back to you” “I need to check my schedule” are all examples of excuses we sometimes use when getting caught in the middle of a “quick question”. I’ve lost count thinking about how many times I’ve been able to skate away from conversations or small favors that turn into month long commitments by using a few of the key phrases mentioned.

But with experience, I’ve Learned one important lesson. No is a complete sentence that we need to use more often. For so long we’ve been taught to politely make up 1001 excuses as to why we can’t fulfill requests for our time and attention and I’m not convinced that this tactic of verbal dodgeball is effective or healthy.

So what do you do when you’ve been cornered in the break room and asked to serve as the committee chair for the companies annual picnic? Let me help you with this, say no. Don’t go on a long rant about all the stuff you have to do and how you have to make sure your cat gets to her weekly play date.

Just simply say No, thank you.

Saying no is empowering and it’s something you should practice saying as a complete sentence. Trust me, it gets easier to do once you get started. As always make sure to assess the situation first and make sure it’s appropriate. telling your boss no, thank you when they ask to stay late to help finish team project, might not get you on the fast track to the corner office.

When in doubt ask yourself a few questions when it comes to extracurricular yes’s

Is this something that you want to do?

Most of the time it’s when you really want to do something you feel a sense of pride, joy, and excitement, even if its a nervous excitement. If you are feeling a sense of dread or overwhelm in the worse way, that’s your body’s way of telling to say no. Listen to your body it will lead you in the right direction.

Is this something I can commit to and do well?

Often times we commit to things with the full intention of being a rock star at the task. What we don’t consider is that we only have so much bandwidth and time in a day. If you can’t commit to doing the job 100% then it might be a good idea to step back and say no. Saying yes and leaving the job half done is worse than an understanding no.

Is this something that is going to help me get to my next personal or professional goal?

You always hear that the most successful people write down their goals. Write down you top three personal and professional goals. Does the request fit into any of those categories? can working on the project help you to achieve any of your goals? Take into consideration that your time is extremely valuable. Make sure to exchange your time for something of equal value.

If you’ve answered no to any or all of these questions, I suggest you learn to get cozy with the two letter word NO.

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33. Budget Basics W/ Elle Hall-Coleman http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/33-budget-basics-w-elle-hall-coleman/ http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/33-budget-basics-w-elle-hall-coleman/#respond Sat, 10 Feb 2018 05:54:19 +0000 http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/?p=589 Elle is the Founder and CEO of FCL Personal Financial Coaching (Forever Changing Lives).  Elle mixes her knowledge of money management with her spunky personality to successfully coach her clients through financial freedom program that will ultimately change their lives forever. Her money management foundation started at the age of 13 when she wanted to […]

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Elle is the Founder and CEO of FCL Personal Financial Coaching (Forever Changing Lives).  Elle mixes her knowledge of money management with her spunky personality to successfully coach her clients through financial freedom program that will ultimately change their lives forever. Her money management foundation started at the age of 13 when she wanted to afford her own cell phone. Since then she has found her calling of being a financial coach and is helping women everywhere take back their power and find their way to financial freedom.

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In this episode, you will learn

  • Why is a financial plan is the first plan you need in 2018
  • Lessons from a budget guru
  • Signs that you might need a side hustle

Links mentioned on this show

Elle’s Blog: https://www.girlfriendsbudget.com/

Avacado Toast Article: http://time.com/money/4778942/avocados-millennials-home-buying/

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32. A Year In Review http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/a-year-in-review-podcast/ http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/a-year-in-review-podcast/#respond Sat, 30 Dec 2017 05:51:22 +0000 http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/?p=583 In this episode, I share with you a few lessons I’ve learned in the past year as I navigate through career, leadership and life. I also give you a sneak peek into the next episode of the savvy young professional podcast! Find The Savvy Young Professional online! Tweet me on Twitter if you liked the show! Website: http://www.thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/podcast […]

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In this episode, I share with you a few lessons I’ve learned in the past year as I navigate through career, leadership and life. I also give you a sneak peek into the next episode of the savvy young professional podcast!

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The 2017 Books List http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/the-2017-books-list/ http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/the-2017-books-list/#respond Thu, 21 Dec 2017 01:08:50 +0000 http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/?p=576 I have to admit. This past year (2017) I didn’t read as many books as I usually do. At the top of 2017, I wanted to focus on quality not quantity when it came to the type of books I read. I travel quite a bit for work so lugging books around and reading several books […]

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I have to admit. This past year (2017) I didn’t read as many books as I usually do. At the top of 2017, I wanted to focus on quality not quantity when it came to the type of books I read. I travel quite a bit for work so lugging books around and reading several books at a time was something that wasn’t on the menu for 2017. My list was short but here are my 2017 Reads. Hopefully, you can pick a few to add to your 2018 list!

Major Key- DJ Khalad

The Law Of Devine Compinsation- Marianne Williamson

How To Wow- Fances cole Jones

Jump- Steve Harvey

Decisive- Chip & Dan Heath

Never Split The Difference- Christopher Voss

Worth Every Penny- Sarah Verbeck & Erin Petty

It’s My Pleasure- Deeann Turner

Master Your Message- Vernon Ross

You Are a Badass At Making Money- Jen Sincero

Miracle Morning- Hal Elrod

The One Thing- Gary Keller

Think and Grow Rich- Napoleon Hill

Self Made- Nelly Galan

Way of the Wolf- Jordan Belfort

The Checklist Manifesto- Atul Gawande

Sacred Commerce- Mathew & Engelhart

Fearless Facilitation- Cyndi Maxy, Kevin O’Connor

Behind The Velvet Curtain- Cindy Lo

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End 2017 Like A Boss http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/end-2017-like-a-boss/ http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/end-2017-like-a-boss/#respond Sun, 15 Oct 2017 02:59:43 +0000 http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/?p=298 2017 has flown by and here we are near the end of another year. I can’t believe that it’s almost time for goblins, turkeys and elves.

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End 2017 Like A Boss

2017 has flown by and here we are near the end of  another year. I can’t believe that it’s almost time for goblins, turkeys and elves. Where has the time gone? Since we can’t change the past, we have to rock out this last quarter! Here are 4 Next Level Strategies to end this year with a win!

  1. Audit The Last 12 Months. This is important not because we want you to cry about all the things you didn’t do, but to take a look back at the year and help you identify areas of opportunity. Pick on patterns and habits that led to success and habits that may have held you back a little. Once you’ve identified those patterns, planning in the last quarter will be a breeze!

Key questions

• What do I have a habit of doing when things get tough?

• What are the areas where I lack skill?

• What are the things that excite me?

• What are the areas that are easy for me to navigate? 

  1. Set Realistic Goals. Ask yourself, what can I realistically accomplish (based on my audit) in the next 365 days? Set your goals based on your current resources, energy, and time. Running a half marathon when you haven’t walked a mile in 9 months, is a no, it doesn’t make sense! However, entering your local 5K charity walk is a little more logical! if you need a little more guidance on this, check out the SMART (link to smart goals on SYP Pinterest page) goals process.

Key Questions

• How much time would it take to achieve this goal based on the skill I have right now?

• Who do I know thats an expert in this area?

• On a scale of 1-10, where do I fall?

• What is one daily/weekly action that can help me achieve this goal in 90 days or less?

  1. Pick A Mantra. This is going to help you during the next few weeks. Your mantra is your “go-to statement” that will keep you going throughout the quarter. Make sure you put this in a place that you will see daily, the lock screen on your phone, the background on your desktop, your car dashboard, wherever you look the most!

Key Questions

• Who is my favorite though leader?

• What do I need to remind myself of daily?

• What works and thoughts excite and motive me

• Where do I look, and operate daily?

  1. Find An Accountability Buddy. Once you get all of your plans on paper (a must do), make a copy and give it to a friend. This friend will be your accountability partner. Make sure your accountability partner is one who will be honest and hold you accountable for the things you have on your list. The friend that says ‘it’s ok, you can work out tomorrow” is probably not the best choice for the job.

Key Questions

• Who do I know that will be honest with me (even if I’m wrong)?

• Who can commit to weekly phone chats?

• Who has an interest in my success ?

• Who can I trust with my goals ?

You have 90 days to make 2017 your best year!

Start strong, finish stronger!

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Are You Too Entrepreneurial for Your Job http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/are-you-too-entrepreneurial-for-your-job/ http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/are-you-too-entrepreneurial-for-your-job/#respond Sun, 15 Oct 2017 02:55:19 +0000 http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/?p=333 Do you feel trapped in your cubicle and duped into a world of same thing different day? no worries we’ve got your back. Here are 3 ways to turn your entrepreneurial spirit to fit in the corporate world.

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It’s your first month on the job, you’ve learned the ropes. the who’s who and all the policies and procedures. Your have a sparkle in your eye and you just can’t wait to “turn things around”.

BUT there’s a problem. Not one person can see your vision of the new fresh culture that you’ve played in your head over and over.

Does this story sound familiar? Do you feel trapped in your cubicle and duped into a world of same thing different day? no worries we’ve got your back. Here are 3 ways to turn your entrepreneurial spirit to fit in the corporate world.

Set a plan based on what’s actually going on

what seems to happen with most entrepreneurial types is that in the office we tend to look at things far in the future without taking into account the company’s past. While there is certainly nothing wrong with big picture thinking, in a corporate situation you must take into account all the stakeholders. make bite sized goals and connect with co-workers to get them on board before you take the team on your business road trip. remember it always takes just a little  longer to get to your destination when you have a few passengers in the car. 😉  (can I get some love for that epic car & road trip along? Just saying…)

Look for opportunities to show the advantages of the entrepreneurial mindset

In most organizations, employers are looking for people who can bring several skill sets to the table. Today’s workforce has changed so much that gone are the days of being just the “best sales person” with a lean business mentality being the new norm, the more entrepreneurial folks are getting all the corporate love theses days. If this is you, take advantage by jumping on several projects. Have Photoshop skills? volunteer to help the marketing team with creative on the next campaign. Numbers geek? Roll down to finance and ask them if they need a pair of extra hands over lunch. Having several skill sets is something that your employer will appreciate. Show them how you can be an asset in more ways that one. Yes, I can see it now employee of the year looks good on you.

Do a job audit to make sure the business is entrepreneur friendly.

I’m sure you’ve heard the stats before that we spend one-third of our life working. Yikes! With that much time on the books, it’s important that we the place we call our second home is one that we care about. To find out if your job is a place for the entrepreneurial spirit, write down the aspects of the entrepreneurial lifestyle and benchmark those against your current situation. For example if flexibility is schedule is important, take a long look at the policy & culture of your 9-5. Do you have to be in a 9am sharp no excuse or does your boss just want you to get your 40 hours in no matter how you do it. Comparing your job to the most desired parts of entrepreneurship should let you know fairly quickly if you should stay or leave the nest.

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Top 5 Reasons Your Ideas are Still Sitting on Your Desk http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/top-five-reasons-your-ideas-are-still-sitting-on-your-desk/ http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/top-five-reasons-your-ideas-are-still-sitting-on-your-desk/#respond Sun, 15 Oct 2017 02:47:35 +0000 http://thesavvyyoungprofessional.com/?p=311 So you have a list of 'ideas' things that can possibly change the world but for some reason you haven't put pen to paper with the details of what it take to launch you new idea.

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You haven’t thought the idea through

So you have a list of  ‘ideas’ things that can possibly change the world but for some reason, you haven’t put pen to paper with the details of what it takes to launch your new idea. If you want to get the action rolling on your ideas, take the top three ideas that really get you going and start an action plan on each one. You might find that some ideas take more time than you thought!

It been done before

How many times have you thought of a rock star idea only to google it and find that it has been done before? Many of the world top brands were developed on an idea that has been done before. There is nothing wrong with doing something that has been done, the key is to add your own unique twist to the idea.  Start by making a list of what you can offer that is unique to the market and focus on making your idea stand out.

You have no team

So you have a great idea a plan and you’re ready to go but whats holding you back is that you have no team to execute your plan. Well, NEWS FLASH you are the team. In the beginning stages of getting your idea off of your desk, you will have to be ready to wear many hats, you will be the project manager, the marketing team, the salesperson, and the chief financial officer. If you stick to your goal and your passionate about your idea, people will be lining up to help you grow your vision

Your favorite show is on

Let’s be honest here, how many times have you looked at your great idea list, set it on the table and turned on the TV to tune into CSI Miami ( Raises hand). While there is certainly nothing wrong with catching up on your favorite shows, putting your new-found love for Game of Thrones in front of your brand new world-changing idea is probably not the most productive thing to do. Don’t ditch the remote just yet, try waking up an hour early to tend to your new idea or even setting up your DVR to record your favorite shows and having a girls night to catch up on all that you’ve missed. whatever you decide just know TV will be waiting long after your new idea is off the ground.

You are not a millionaire

I recently chatted with a CEO of a company that is set to hit 1 million dollars in sales before the end of the year. She reviled to me that when she started her business only two years ago she only had a couple hundred dollars in the bank. what does that mean? It means that when there is a will there is a way. Not every idea spawned from a person that had thousands or even hundreds of dollars to bring it to reality. If you have a vision and the persistent to see it though nothing will stop it from becoming a reality not even lack of funds.

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