Career Time Machine

It’s never too early or late to reflect on one’s career especially after a life-changing experience like a global pandemic. Many of us have likely changed in small ways over the last two years including where you find yourself on the donor relations spectrum. Leave us a comment to let us know in the comments below!

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Robb Hoffheins - Friday, June 16, 2023

Believe that the more you believe in yourself and what you want in the future, the faster and more likely those things will manifest.

Marcelle Austin - Monday, June 12, 2023

Take a personality test every few years to learn and/or revisit your preferences and needs in aspects of your professional life. They help you understand your strengths, establish goals, and determine pathways to achieving those. We evolve. Personality tests are a good check in that can be very helpful in getting unstuck or reinforcing that we are on the right track.

Rachel Humphrey - Tuesday, June 06, 2023

Use your babysitting money to purchase stock in Apple.

Rochele Alicia Roura-Foster - Tuesday, June 06, 2023

Work hard and know your worth. Understand what you bring to the table and what you will gain from every single experience - the great and the terrible. Also, EXCEL. Everyone everywhere still uses Excel spreadsheets - master them and you will be worshipped as a god! (And obviously, remember to not take things so seriously, enjoy these seasons of your life!)

HEATHER JAMES - Tuesday, June 06, 2023

Be sure to prioritize your well-being. If you find yourself in a workplace that is consistently making you feel stressed or sick, mentally and/or physically (beyond occasional stress about deadlines, etc.) it may be best to start exploring other opportunities. A good sign of a bad work situation is if you find yourself filled with absolute dread on Sundays, as you think about Monday. Even organizations with great missions can be toxic but there are other great missions. Always remember that your health and happiness are valuable and should not be compromised for your work.

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