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Join the Strong Women’s Club where Edie Berg interviews successful Jewish women who share the behind-the-scenes personal sides of their stories. Jewish women leaders whose life stories are fascinating, inspiring and will make you proud that you, too, are a member of The Strong Women’s Club. In the Strong Women’s Club, you will hear Jewish women talk about how they reached where they are today, and you will relate to their struggles, their small daily difficulties that sometimes feel insurmountable, and learn straight from one of our own members how they are able to reach their goals.
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085: Success Series Part Two
4 days ago
We are continuing with the second half of the 15 Traits of Unabashedly Successful Women! Remember, you can find the original post, written by me, for Success.com, on the website SUCCESS.com. You can also just keep listening here, and see if you agree with these points or if you don’t agree with them, or if you’d like to add something…. If you would like to comment, you can on the Facebook page of the Strong Women’s Club. You can also, which would be extremely kind and thoughtful of you, go over to iTunes and leave a little rating and review. Just press pause, leave a review of one quick sentence on iTunes then come back here and hear why you, too, are a successful woman, and will be and can be a successful woman!! I’ll wait…… You’re back ---- ha ha ha----- Ok, let’s jump in where we left off last week. #8 Successful women remain grateful: This means that they, we, aren’t afraid to give credit where credit is due. They don’t take things for granted, such as their current position. They are aware of the hard work it has taken to get there, and they’re grateful for their success. And thank you to all the people who’ve helped along the way! #9: Unabashedly successful women work hard and persistently: Nobody gets to where they are, if they’re successful, without working hard. Including Tim Ferriss and his four -hour work week, which of course is not four hours, Tim is the first to say it. This sounds obvious, but it’s worth a mention. Doing well takes hard work. Again and again and again. As we say in our house: No Shit, Sherlock. But still. #10: They don’t sweat the small stuff: Successful people are good at separating the valuable from the worthless. The wheat from the chaff. They know how to pick their battles. I recently heard the most wonderful and inspiring Ruth Bader Ginsburg on a podcast called What It Takes, where she says the best advice she ever received was from her future mother in law, before her marriage to Marty. And it was: occasionally, it’s a good idea, to be deaf. That’s true in a marriage. It’s true at work. It’s true in all relationships. So don’t sweat the small stuff. Be deaf to it. Move on. #11 They choose their battles wisely: This is a direct continuation of the previous point. Hot shot successful women don’t make a big d