Tiffany Dufu was a good girl. A good girl who always did what was expected of her as a good daughter, a good sister, a good employee and later, a good mom.

Eventually, the ambitious and successful career and family woman, who is the Chief Leadership Officer at Levo League, let go of “good” and did what was best for her and her relationships at home, at work and with herself. She decided to drop the ball, on purpose.

In this episode of the Support is Sexy, Tiffany talks about aligning your career with your purpose, how to let go of your “goods” and your “shoulds,” how to avoid resentment as a woman and her reason for encouraging other women to strategically let some things go with her new book, Drop the Ball.
 


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On this episode you’ll learn:

  • How to get over the goods and the should.
  • How to engineer your purpose.
  • How to create a “portfolio career.”
  • How to cultivate an eco system of support for your career.
  • The dangers of the Lone Ranger syndrome.
  • The truth about false delegation.
  • The power of dropping the ball.
  • How to have three important conversations — with ourselves, our families and our colleagues.
  • How to negotiate what matters with your kids.
  • How to delegate with joy.
  • Tiffany’s 4 go-tos for your career.
  • Why we sometimes waste time worrying about decisions we don’t even have to make.
  • The difference between a sponsor and a mentor.

 

VISIT TIFFANY DUFU AT tiffanydufu.com

 

FOLLOW TIFFANY at…

Facebook@tiffanydufu

Twitter@tdufu

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED ON THIS EPISODE
Drop the Ball: Achieving More by Doing Less by Tiffany Dufu (Flatiron Books, 2017)
Clair Huxtable of The Cosby Show
Seattle Girls School
Simmons College
Levo League
Unfinished Business: Women, Men, Work, Family by Anne-Marie Slaughter (Random House, 2016)
Arianna Huffington’s Sleep Revolution
Marie Wilson, Founder of Ms. Foundation, Creator of Take Our Daughter to Work Day and Founder of the White House Project
Reshma Saujani
Gloria Steinem
Sheryl Sandberg

 

 

 

 

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