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Dominate 2020 With This Top Advice From Power Women

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Dec. 30 2019, Published 2:00 a.m. ET

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I don’t know about you, but 2019 was definitely one for the books. After years of working for the same company, I decided to take a full pivot in my career at the top of the year. This transition brought about new experiences and wins, but also failures, stress, and long nights.

As I’m gearing up for the new year, I’ve been searching for sources of motivation to give me the inspiration I need to boss up in 2020.

At Her Agenda, week after week, every Monday we publish an in-depth interview with an inspirational woman in a position of power called “A Peek Inside Her Agenda” within our Power Agenda series.  These boss women work in a variety of spaces from venture capital, to entrepreneurship, to corporate. Through our candid conversations with these women, we’ve been able to tell the story and inspire current and future female leaders. 

Here are the top ten pieces of advice to guide you in 2020 from our Power Agenda series.

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Written by Tyra Wilkes.

Elaine Welteroth
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Written by Brittani Hunter.

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Written by Nakisha Washington.

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Written by Victoria Shoots.

" the faster we can acknowledge fear and deal with it, the better off we are. It's going to happen. We're going to be fearful. But we put off the confrontation longer than we have to." -Felicia Pride via Her Agenda
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Written by Alexis Reliford

AJ Barkley
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Written by Alexis Reliford.

Allie Burns, CEO, Village Capital
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Written by Chante Harris.

"I couldn’t live my life according to what I thought I was supposed to do or what I thought other people thought I was supposed to do." -Nikki Thomas
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Written by Natasha Abellard.

"When you think about what an executive-level requires, it’s really about having a broad knowledge of the particular field you’re in and being perceived as an expert." -Angelina Darrisaw
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Written by Brittani Hunter.

"you cannot abort the process" -Natalie Manuel Lee

Written by Tiffany Stewart.

Want more advice? Check out our full archive of Power Agenda’s –> https://heragenda.com/power-agenda

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