Client Spotlight – 825 Basics

Danielle Forget Shield, Owner of 825 Basics and Smart Waste was featured in the  Houston Business Journal Biz Blog.

Danielle’s article What’s the formula for career success?  It begins with 3 pillars is a  great read.  Well worth your time.

Here is just sample of the article.

Pillar 2: Accept Yourself. A while back I was moderating a panel discussion where Mark Evans, an Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM) leader at the time who has since retired, suggested that people should stop trying to fix or explain their weaknesses and accept them. I’ve seen this problem in many cases and always wonder why few people are willing or able to accept who they are. When you can truly accept yourself, it is easier to define your career direction because decisions become easy and communication becomes clear.

Click here for the full article.

Upstream Marketing had the pleasure of designing the 825 Basics website and the Smart Waste Services website for Danielle.

825 Basics LLC is a career advisory company. 825 Basics offers workshops and coaching for professionals and college students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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