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Caroline Ceniza-Levine is a career and business expert, writer, speaker and co-founder of SixFigureStart. Prior to her move into coaching and training, Caroline spent 15 years in strategy consulting, executive search and HR. Caroline is a repeat guest on CBS, CNN and Fox Business and has been quoted in BusinessWeek, Entrepreneur, Fortune, Money, Newsweek, NPR, Real Simple, and Success Magazine. Caroline is a career contributor for Forbes.com and the co-author of 2 books: “Six Steps To Job Search Success”(2011, Flat World Knowledge); and “How the Fierce Handle Fear: Secrets to Succeeding in Challenging Times” (2010, Two Harbors Press). She teaches Professional Development, Resilience and Negotiation courses at Columbia University and received a grant from the Jones New York Empowerment Fund for her work with the mid-career professional. A classically trained pianist at Juilliard and Manhattan School of Music, Caroline stays active in the arts, performing stand-up comedy with Comic Diversity.

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The BEST Career Advice, from Caroline Ceniza-Levine of SixFigureStart The BEST Career Advice, from Caroline Ceniza-Levine of SixFigureStart Presentation Transcript

  • The best career advice From Caroline Ceniza-Levine of SixFigureStart we help you discover smarter ways to think, grow, and live.
  • This presentation consists of 10 highlights from the interview with @MoeAbdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
  • Caroline Ceniza-levine Caroline Ceniza-Levine is a career and business expert, writer, speaker and cofounder of SixFigureStart. Prior to her move into coaching and training, Caroline spent 15 years in strategy consulting, executive search and HR. Caroline is a repeat guest on CBS, CNN and Fox Business and has been quoted in BusinessWeek, Entrepreneur, Fortune, Money, Newsweek, NPR, Real Simple, and Success Magazine. @sixfigurestart
  • 1 The modern career is a blend of employment and entrepreneurship; it’s about ability and agility.
  • 2 If an idea captures your attention, pause to see:
  • 2 If an idea captures your attention, pause to see: If it aligns with your values
  • 2 If an idea captures your attention, pause to see: If it fits with your current and future endeavors
  • 2 If an idea captures your attention, pause to see: (If so, pick the smallest step to test it)
  • 3 Smart entrepreneurs channel their inner employee; they create boundaries and seek structure.
  • 4 If you’re being pulled in an entrepreneurial direction, don’t ignore it, Just accept that the journey is likely to be messier and take longer than you expect.
  • 5 Those who excel at transitioning from employment to entrepreneurship embrace uncertainty with rigor and openness - all while enhancing their confidence.
  • 5 Those who excel at transitioning from employment to entrepreneurship embrace uncertainty with rigor and openness - all while enhancing their confidence.
  • 6 Networking isn’t about asking for help; it’s much more about giving it. Those who expand their networks opt first for building deeper relationships.
  • 7 Your value to a business is in direct proportion to your ability to impact the bottom line. think and act like an owner.
  • 8 A business that over-invests in the on-boarding process dramatically improve its retention; it’s a signal of trust and partnership.
  • 9 Always remember that people hire people. If you want to catch a potential employer’s eye, get a personal introduction.
  • 10 Got a business idea? Think lean, take small steps and opt to build a MVP (minimal viable product).
  • REALLY REFLECT... Can you measure the impact you’re having on your company’s bottom-line?
  • Connect WITH US! Tell us what you think Chase@33voices.com