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Lessons from a Reformed Gen Y’er

Time dubbed us “The Me Me Me Generation,” claiming that “Millennials are lazy, entitled narcissists who still live with their parents.” In the beginning of my telecom career, I am loathe to admit I could have easily served as the poster child for these accusations. Simply put, I was a princess and felt that everyone…

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Defining Habits

“We learn about ourselves sometimes without knowing we’re learning. That’s why failure is so valuable. It forces us to learn, even if we don’t want to.” – Charles Duhigg, The Power of Habit. Flying. Planes make me yearn to have a book to read – you might say it’s a habit. On a recent work…

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Keep Your Hand Raised

This blog is part of our series entitled, The Looking Glass. In this series, women from around Level 3 share their experiences, inspire others, and offer insight into successfully navigating the telecom industry. According to the research group Catalyst, women account for just four percent of Fortune 500 chief executives and 17 percent of corporate…

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Talking Does Not Equal Communication

This blog is part of our series entitled, The Looking Glass. In this series, women from around Level 3 share their experiences, inspire others, and offer insight into successfully navigating the telecom industry. It’s no secret that we, as women, tend to talk more than men.  Research suggests that women may say up to 300%…

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