Communication follows the connection, said Lin, moderator of the resilience selection panel at the California Insurance Women’s Event. For example, a practical way to manage stress is to stay ahead of potential problems and problems. If you have a meeting to plan or prepare, we suggest that you go ahead and communicate with someone who can assist you in the process. Today, there are new and different stressors in the world of work, and understanding their changes is important to achieving an overall balance. It is especially important for women who may work at home while managing a personal life that can balance the care of their children and other families.
The pace of change over the last two years is “always reminding us to manage only what we control. This is the key to finding that balance,” Lin said. He added that it is important to find a way to be agile. Lin gives the team flexibility and the ability to make its own changes by allowing the team to take control of their day, especially in remote work situations. Many people are still working on what they consider to be fixed boundaries, “But for the past two years we have still worked and succeeded in different versions of what we thought were fixed. I learned that I can find. “
Trying new things is as easy as changing the schedule. This meant for Lynn to adjust the schedule to suit him. She does her best early and finishes the day early, making her more available when her child returns home than when she was in the office and had a more fixed schedule. increase.
“We have the ability to be our own creators and leaders to manage the process,” she said.
Lynn started his career as a certified accountant, but was attracted to sales because he wanted to enter a more merit-based industry. She said this was the best business to be rewarded for the effort you spent, calling it “true pay for performance, duration.”
Lynn participates in an industry event for women in the insurance industry. Simply put, she says, “We need more people to provide a differentiated perspective and grow the industry.”
“There is a great opportunity for women to sit at a table with the ability to communicate and find different solutions,” said Lin. “Especially during these ordeal times when we learned that we can do everything, albeit in different ways, we can get it all, but we can still reach the finish line.”
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