TURN FOMO INTO COMO

CLEO (Malaysia) - - YOUR LIFE, YOUR RULES! -

FOMO is usu­ally seen as a neg­a­tive but it doesn’t have to be since it can be the driver for change. Ex­ec­u­tive search con­sul­tant Shireen DuPreez says, “FOMO can feed into the stereo­type that women are anx­ious rather than cu­ri­ous, bossy as op­posed to as­sertive and needy in­stead of in­quis­i­tive. I think FOMO means women are notic­ing other op­por­tu­ni­ties, es­pe­cially if it’s be­ing driven by the ca­reer suc­cess of oth­ers.” So for­get about FOMO and fo­cus on COMO — Cre­at­ing Op­por­tu­ni­ties More Of­ten. By be­ing more aware of your op­tions, you can ed­u­cate your­self about how and when to progress your ca­reer. A bit of worry can be healthy — it means you care ... a lot.

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