Success does not have to come at the expense of my own well being. Tanya Wheeless is the former CEO of the Arizona Bankers Association (a job she had at age 27!) and an Executive with the Phoenix Suns.
“If you truly want to be successful and be a leader, own it,” says Kathi Miller-Miller, author, blogger and career coach. Recently, Miller wrote a blog reviewing an online course for Concordia University titled “How To Function Above Entry Level.”
“Being able to be vulnerable and authentic makes you more desirable.” Joelle Hadley, Founder of The Culture Coaches and Co-Founder, Southwest Institute for Emotional Intelligence, has found tremendous success teaching people how to show up and work well together.
She Lost A High-Profile Job And Gained Hope Former CNN Anchor Daryn Kagan Talks About New Book Hope Possible
Former CNN News Anchor Daryn Kagan found herself on a journey that was not of her own doing. After 12 years as one of the main faces of CNN, she was told her contract was not being renewed. A shock for Kagan who had excelled in the world of sports and news broadcasting since her 20’s.
“I loved my career in TV news. I wouldn’t have changed a thing. It was very rewarding and I loved it. But life is a book with many chapters.” For former TV News Anchor Lin Sue Cooney, the time had come, after 34 years in the business, to turn the page.