Diana Trout’s school of suc­cess

To avoid fetch­ing cof­fee for the rest of your ca­reer, heed this ad­vice from tele­vi­sion’s favourite boss lady

Cosmopolitan (Australia) - - Contents -

When it comes to climb­ing the ca­reer lad­der or gun­ning for a flashy new job, there’s noth­ing more cru­cial than get­ting some rock­solid ad­vice from a men­tor. But when we’re lack­ing those role mod­els in re­al­ity, it’s only nat­u­ral to turn to our fic­tional friends for help.

Our go­to right now is Diana Trout – the res­i­dent ca­reer queen of Younger who, frankly, has more poise in a sin­gle bead of her vast state­ment neck­lace col­lec­tion than we do in our en­tire body. To be hon­est, we’re as des­per­ate to com­mand a board­room with her lev­els of self­as­sur­ance and el­e­gance as we are to raid her killer work­wear wardrobe.

Luck­ily, we have Ms Trout on speed dial – and by Ms Trout, we re­ally mean Miriam Shor, the phe­nom­e­nal ac­tress that plays her in the show – and she was kind enough to share her (lit­eral) pearls of wis­dom with Cosmo.

From what you should wear to work, to the ques­tions you should ask your po­ten­tial boss­to­be, dive into these Trout­ap­proved ca­reer tips so you can at­tack your next job in­ter­view with the same don’t­cross­mecon­fi­dence as Diana.

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