TURN FOMO INTO COMO
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.