Go-getter Jessi Behrendsen shares a few thoughts on what she’s learned from looking back on her 30-something life already! … More From the Lens of Nostalgia
Sometimes things happen and we later wish we had responded differently. This week, learn how an interaction that’s haunted Go-getter Precious Singo turned into a valuable learning experience. … More Joke, laugh, leave…or not?
This week, check out our favorite Worlds of Wisdom articles from the past year! We think these best exemplify our goal to #embrace the many ways people Go Get The World. … More Worlds of Wisdom
Accepting that failures will happen can free your mind to look at opportunities logically. This week, Go-getter Jessi Behrendsen relates how her change in mindset allowed her to confidently approach a new role. … More Embracing Failure as an Option
Independence means freedom to be your own bad-ass self and to go get the world! … More Happy Independence Day!
GGTW Co-founder and contributing editor Tricia Yacovone-Biagi is a firm believer in serendipity and unexpected opportunities. In this post, she shares her experience of meeting someone who actively tempts serendipity to help achieve his goals. … More You Just Never Know
Feedback is such a tricky beast. While constructive feedback can be helpful in changing our methods and making us more efficient and better humans, bad feedback can really stay with us and impact future decisions. Go-getter Gaithri Raj shares a cautionary tale about how inappropriate feedback affected her for years, and how she gained perspective and wisdom from that experience. … More The Feedback Beast
When GGTW co-founders Amanda Epp and Tricia Yacovone-Biagi discussed what their new organization would do, they agreed that providing a means for women to achieve their goals was just as important as providing inspiration. So they committed themselves to creating scholarships for women to Go Get The World. This past weekend, the first ever GGTW scholarship was awarded to UMass student Leah Boutelle! … More GGTW Awards its First Scholarship!
When GGTW Co-founder Amanda got chewed out by a client (in front of her boss, no less!), she learned a few lessons in resilience and humanity. Check them out! … More My First Client Scolding
When Go-getter Kait Way kicked off 2019 with her post about the importance of a powerful support system, I don’t think any of us realized how much her thoughts would resonate with our team. Two weeks ago, Precious Singo shared lessons she learned from her support network, and this week, GGTW co-founder Amanda Epp calls out the qualities the amazing women in her network model and exemplify for her. … More Tribute to My Tribe