Take-Aways:

  • Sit with confidence at the table, keep both feet on the floor, lean in. Dr. Lois Frankel, author of “Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office,” “Nice Girls Don’t Get Rich,” and “Nice Girls Just Don’t Get It”
  • Don’t keep your hands folded demurely, be ready for action. Dr. Lois Frankel, author of “Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office,” “Nice Girls Don’t Get Rich,” and “Nice Girls Just Don’t Get It”
  • Catch ourselves and others when we are going “sour” on self-esteem. Molly Barker, Founder, Girls on the Run
  • There are boxes that we put ourselves into and there’s a way to blow the lid off of those boxes. Molly Barker, Founder, Girls on the Run
  • Don’t get lost in body-speak; divert the conversation away from appearance and on to competency. Dr. Ann Kearney-Cooke , NY Times bestselling author and body image expert
  • Take the risk to count on yourself because you know what you can do. Uyen Tieu, Co-founder & Chief Revenue Officer, Rumble
  • If you have choice, you have power, you have agency, and you have confidence. Sarah Richards, Author, “Motherhood Rescheduled”
  • Don’t believe your self-doubt. Molly Barker, Founder, Girls on the Run
  • Generate and listen to self-applause and inner applause. Dr. Ann Kearney-Cooke , NY Times bestselling author and body image expert
  • Don’t assume you have to have all the answers – ask for help! Lisa Heffernan, NY Times Business bestselling author and blogger
  • Don’t be afraid of what you don’t understand. The not knowing fuels the curiosity that can make you a success. Katherine Kuchenbecker, Associate Professor of Engineering, University of Pennsylvania
  • When approaching a business or individual project opportunity, ask yourself, “Do they deserve to have me?” Katherine Kuchenbecker, Associate Professor of Engineering, University of Pennsylvania

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