VIDEO: Words Of Wisdom | Advice From Power Women

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May 16 2012, Published 1:05 a.m. ET

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Work hard, take risks, be passionate, and ask questions. Three women deep into their careers sat down with us to offer candid advice from their perspective on careers, growth and success.

Tai Beauchamp, a national correspondent for InStyle magazine, spokesperson, and former beauty editor reflects on mentors, her experiences as a young editor and shares her open and honest advice for young people.

Meredith McGinn, VP of multi-station local programming at NBC reflects on her humble beginnings interning at various stations, putting her head down, and working hard.  But, she also reinforces the importance of taking risks, making mistakes and stepping out of your comfort zone.

Saidah Nash, VP of Strategic Projects at Thompson Reuters, talks about her ability to grow within a company, reinventing and innovation in media.

Watch the preview above and if you are truly intrigued, check out the extended version below.  The advice is invaluable and is sure to inspire you to take your life and career to the next level.

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By: Rhonesha Byng

Rhonesha Byng is the founder and CEO of Her Agenda— a digital media platform bridging the gap between ambition and achievement for millennial women. The site provides access to content and community that gives millennial women access to information and inspiration to help them get started or to move to the next level of their career. Rhonesha is an Emmy award-winning journalist and entrepreneur whose philosophy in life is established by her acronym of N.E.S.H.A. No one Ever Slows Her Agenda. This motto served as the inspiration for Her Agenda. Rhonesha was named to the 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 list and ESSENCE magazine named her among 50 Founders To Watch. Rhonesha is also the co-founder of the newly formed nonprofit org The Black Owned Media Equity and Sustainability Institute (BOMESI).

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