What I Wish I Knew Then
As your career progresses you’re learning a lot of lessons, probably racking up a few regrets, and wishing you had not learned a few lessons the hard way.
Here are the things I wish my 22-year-old self had known back then.
Sallie KrawcheckRelated Resources
As you start your career, you are constantly learning. But some lessons you don’t need to learn the hard way. Read below for advice from women who have already learned the difficult lessons.
Sallie Krawcheck writes a letter of advice to her 22-year-old self.
Meera Kaul, Chairperson of the Meera Kaul Foundation, evaluates what career choices she would make if she were 22 today.
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