What the heck does broken crayons still color mean to me? What does it mean to you? I'm sure that you've read this quote before or heard someone mention it in passing. Broken crayons still color means in-spite of everything that a person has done or been through they still have purpose and value. How powerful is that?
We all have a purpose tied to our lives. Try not to get caught up on being left behind or feel like you're not where you're supposed to be. It's a trap and it's a lie. You are exactly where God intended for you to be at this moment. Keep scrolling to learn what life actually feels like 2 years after college.
#MyGirlStory is a campaign promoting girl power through positive stories. I want to know what advice you would share with your younger self and how that advice impacts you today. It is my hope and prayer that together, we as millennial women can encourage each other and younger generations with our words.
LinkedIn is one the most powerful and meaningful social networks to-date. irst and foremost, LinkedIn is the second place most employers look for job candidates before posting open positions. (1st place: Network.) Most open positions never get posted online because recruiters and employers alike use their networks to find potential candidates. The point is to use LinkedIn to build upon your physical network. Make it a point to connect with friends, colleagues, past employers and mentors.
The Jasmine Diane Spring Brunch was a huge success. I was thrilled to host my first big event in Kansas City. Brunch was filled with beautiful women, spring dresses, rich conversation and of course delicious tuscan eats. I really can’t put into words what it meant to see so many intelligent, young and ambitious women of color on one space.
I'm a Kansas City girl through and through. There isn't another city quite like my hometown. We're best known for our BBQ, fountains and dare I say crime rate. Yikes. But to me... KC is home and always will be. But what it really means to be Kansas City MADE to me is to be humble at heart with big city dreams.
Sis, stop playing and add all of your old professors on LinkedIn. Professors know the industry and are often connected to industry professionals near and far. Adding old colleagues and professors opens you up to their network without you having to say much. Someone might consider you for a position just based on the mere fact that you're connected to one of their fav college professors.