Behind every success story lies struggle, hardship, and a whole lot of rejection. Once a newly graduated job-seeker, Brittney Oliver has had to face countless rejections for numerous reasons that were beyond her control. But instead of accepting her reality, Brittney took things into her own hands and started opening her own doors.
Tune in to find out where she gets her confidence and drive from, as well as how she managed to carve her own career path into becoming a writer for many online publications that we all know. Kimberly and Brittney also chat about the power of networking, imposter syndrome, rejection, self-care and so much more.
So join in on the conversation and see how you too can start building your access and deepening your relationships!
“I was tired of trying to figure it out - why someone didn't want me. I was tired of that, and tired of carrying that burden. And so I had to let it go. I had to figure out how to let that go and keep moving forward and really start to realize that they're missing out on me.”
“If we could just step in those rooms and just be grateful for the access. That could probably help change the way you feel in terms of confidence.”
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Kim gives practical, USEFUL career advice. I look forward to new episodes every week.
I just listened to Episode 22, Being an Ambitious Woman with Tiffany Aliche and was so impressed. The time just flew by as I enjoyed the solid career advice Kimberly and Tiffany shared. Documenting your accomplishments was one of the ideas that I thought was especially good -- because if YOU don't know what you accomplished and what your big wins are, you cannot possibly expect others to remember. I look forward to tuning in again.
Kimberly is a gem! Going to grab a copy of her book.
This podcast came right on time! My fiancé attended a conference & met Kimberly. He immediately told me about her book and her story & I was hooked. I really feel like listening to this podcast and reading her book will truly propel me and many into the next career move. Often times I find podcast that speak solely to quitting your job, but what about us that really enjoy what we do and just want to elevate? Kimberly did THAT! & I’m appreciative.This isn’t a podcast that you listen to in the background, GRAB YOUR PEN & PAPER! 🙌🏾