So, you’ve decided you want more in life.
You’ve woken up, looked around at thought you could do more. You have an entrepreneurial spirit and a fire inside yourself pushing you to chase your passion. There’s just one problem:
You don’t know what you’re passionate about.
Every book, every podcast, every website about chasing your dreams is designed for women with a starting point. They know their brand and their business; they have identified their passion. That’s not you. And that’s why you’re here.
You are now a CampaignHER.
You need help discovering your life’s purpose. Once you find it, you need advice on how to take that passion and create something meaningful. And finally, once you’ve fine-tuned and built that meaningful brand, you’re looking for practical tips to help make it successful.
That’s the campaign, ladies. Inspire. Create. Succeed.
Let’s get started.
You’re sitting at work and you’re bored. You’ve been doing the same work for a while now and you’re ready for a new challenge, but you don’t think that challenge involves leaving a company you love, or a team you’re vibing with. If you’re ready to start the conversations with your boss about getting more responsibility, we’ve got a couple thought starters for you to ask to get the ball rolling.
When we log into Instagram or Facebook or Snapchat, we’re being bombarded by a multitude of pictures portraying perfection - the best version of everyone’s life. In a world where everyone’s life is perfect, how can we be real when everything else is not real? We’ve got some ideas for you.
If you’re here, you’re probably standing at the cusp of your second act. Your career is ready for a change. Maybe that change means branching outside of your current career and forging a path never before created. This post is for those folks. The path foragers. The ones who want to make something besides money but don’t know how to get going with the making. All makers have stood where you’re standing, friend. We’re going give you the answers you so desperately seek.
Like the horoscopes you’d read in teen magazines, each person has a Life Path Number like an astrological sign, that shares a bit about your personality based on your birth day. In my exploration of Life Path numbers, I’ve found it hauntingly accurate. And knowing how many of our readers share similar interests in finding their passion, I’m hoping you might find this little piece as insightful as I did.
How many times a day do we wish and hope and pray to have it all? We see “having it all” as balancing a personal life, and a family, and a house, and a career. But what does it take to be one of those perfect women we see on Instagram? In this post, we’re unpacking some things you can do in your life and in the grocery store.
Women everywhere are identifying as feminists, but it seems each woman has a different definition of what being a feminist means. In this post, CampaignHER Gaba Gotay speaks of her own internal struggles standing as a feminist and how she defines her feminist voice.
These days, it seems like everyone feels bad. People are upset or angry or anxious and we’re all just seeking ways to feel happy again. But, as we sit in these complex emotions trying to find a way out of them, many of us don’t take the time to acknowledge what we’re doing to perpetuate these feelings. In this post, we share two of the ways you’re totally torturing yourself.
Many women seeking financial or professional freedoms, seek out a side (or full) hustle in direct sales or multi-level marketing. In this post, MLM Badass and all-around Boss Lady Goals, Lindsay DiPonzio addresses some of stigmas around running your direct-sales hustles, with advice for any ladies getting into or already playing the game.
We’re sharing our favorite things from women in the month of October to watch, listen to, follow, or read.
Have you ever put something on an instantly felt confident? In this post, we’re exploring how a jean jacket made one CampaignHER instantly her most confident self and how that taught her an important lesson about being comfortable in your own skin.
Why do we feel so uncomfortable when we start a journey? How do we follow a path for something that doesn’t have steps to follow? If you’re on the threshold of starting something new, you’re probably feeling lost and uncertain and guess what? That’s totally normal.
Leaving a job can be like ending a relationship. You find yourself weighing the pros and cons of whether or not you should stay or go. If you are constantly debating whether or not you should stay or leave your current job, here’s seven questions you should ask yourself to find what you really want.