Your Monday Back-to-Work Motivation: Inspirational Edition
Holidays can often lose their meaning as time passes on (Christmas, I'm looking at you).
Martin Luther King Day was not meant to just be the long-weekend January holiday of choice. In fact, we'd argue that MLK day has more meaning now than ever before, and with greater depth for our PowerToFly audience.
Here are some reminders on how Martin Luther King, Jr. can motivate and inspire us in the modern-era, and serve as inspiration for the modern woman.
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Resolutions are one thing. Goals are another.
How do you move from vaguely hopeful statements about what 2021 will mean for you personally and professionally to thoughtful plans that are likely to come to fruition?