How I went from being an intern at the Financial Times to featuring on their list of Top 100 Influential Tech Leaders

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On stage with my homegirl Yassmin in 2018, weeks after the FT announcement.
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1. Diversity schemes and extra measures to support underestimated individuals are essential.

2. Once you accept your career will be a long, winding path, it’s easier to keep moving forward.

3. Proactively removing negativity from your life frees up energy and headspace to make progress.

4. Hard work is a skill we can all access, and you should never underestimate it.

Does that mean I have never failed? Of course not. But we don’t write about the failure stories. We write about the success stories.

5. Adjust your relationship with failure. Turn it into an essential type of spice that makes your life more interesting.

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Throwback to the party where we celebrated the 1st year of Hustle Crew and publication of my careers advice book

VP Global Community & Belonging at Brandwatch. Author of careers book #DreamBigHustleHard Host #Techish

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