A few weeks ago, I found myself feeling guilty because I wasn’t working as hard compared to the week before. I felt unmotivated and was watching more television than necessary. When that happens I have two choices. Drown myself in self-pity or recognize that I feel unmotivated and make some changes. I went with choiceContinue reading “Motivation is like exercise”
When you exercise and focus on working on a specific muscle it will grow with time. The same way we exercise our body we also can exercise our brain. Neuroplasticity is the ability for the brain to change. When the brain changes it enlarge or creates new neurons. In order for these changes to happenContinue reading “Your brain is like a muscle, it grows”
#WAG stands for We All Grow Latina. #WAG Network is an online platform dedicated to empower Latina women from all backgrounds providing resources, community, workshops, and opportunities for growth in business. Laura Flores is the founder and CEO of #WAG. She has built an incredible career with connecting, uniting and empowering Latina entrepreneurs. The workContinue reading “Three reasons why you should join #WAG Latina Network”
I have been journaling since I was in elementary school. It wasn’t until I was in the beginning of my professional career that I learned how valuable my journaling has been to my life. I recommend journaling to everyone because it can be therapeutic to write down your emotions and growth in all aspect ofContinue reading “The Power of Journaling”
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Applying for jobs is not as simple as applying and interviewing. It can be a game of cat and mouse. Yes, in the way that one is chasing the other for a response. One of three things can happen. First, the typical automated email where you are advised that they appreciate you for applying butContinue reading “You Didn’t Get the Job, Now What? Here Are Some Recommended Steps for Success”
On May 25, George Floyd, a 46-year-old man was buying cigarettes in Minneapolis when a deli employee called the police, accusing Floyd of paying with a counterfeit $20 bill. 17 minutes after the call, Floyd had three police officers pinning him to the ground. Video surfacing on the internet and in the news shows oneContinue reading “How to Help the Global Movement Against Racism and Inform People that Black Lives Matter”
In a fast paced world it can be essential to build routines that help you refocus, plan and dedicate yourself some time to be in your own space. You wake-up, snooze the alarm, get dressed for work, eat breakfast and head out the door for work. You work your typical eight hours or more. Then,Continue reading “Morning Routines: Do they matter and should you have one?”