Posts in Personal Development
My First Remote Team Assignment

My mom, dad and sister was my first official remote team the skills I learned and enhanced from that experience and throughout my Master’s program are transferable to my corporate career (although I am new to the industry of Human Resources, I have the foundation and experiences to expand on – when the opportunity comes in my career for a remote team assignment I am confident and equipped)

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40 Magazine Feature: How To Prepare for a 1:1 with Your Manager

In Corporate America, preparing for your one-on-one can be exhausting and daunting. In Intentional Living: the Anthology, I shared how I had the worst one-on-one performance review with my manager. He told me that it would take at least 10 years to get into the industry that I love. In actuality, it took me one degree and 18 months to get into Human Resources.

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The Voyage Dallas Feature

Today we’d like to introduce you to T’Edra Jackson.

T’Edra, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
Being the grand-daughter of the late Emmett Lee King, my grandfather taught my sister and me the importance of continuously educating yourself. There was a moment where I forgot all those lessons and lost my way. At that moment, I experienced brokenness, heartache, depression, and low self-esteem.

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40 Magazine Feature: The Skills Employers Want You To Master

By taking my accountability partner's advice, I can present to you the ROYAL COURT, an article, I had the opportunity to write for Forty Magazine.

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That number does not include the number of "talks", I had with people inside and outside of the industry, that doesn't include the number of interviews I had,  that does not include the countless times I revised my resume and cover letter, that doesn't include the number of tears cried wondering when my opportunity would come, that number does not include unanswered messages sent to professionals or the many networking events

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Rise To The Challenge

. I am one who is always willing to challenge myself, for a class assignment last semester, I was asked to contact mentors, peers and family members for advice. One of my mentors gave me a piece of advice that has really resonated with me, that advice was to "always do something that makes you have a pit at the bottom of your stomach."

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