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Laura Thomae Young is a writer, workshop leader, and international speaker with more than twenty years of experience working with teens, young adults, and women.
The idea for the “Adulting Like a Boss” website and book came after her return from living abroad for more than a decade. Upon acclimating back to life in the States, she came across more and more friends in the upcoming generation who lacked confidence in tackling adult situations, both big and small.
Her passion for teaching and connecting with young adults prompted her to seek an avenue to equip millennials for the grown-up world. Thus, Adulting Like a Boss was born to provide the life skills needed to move from college student to grown-up.
She is a mom to four millennials of her own and mother-in-law to three. When she’s not writing, training, or speaking, you’ll find her hanging out at her home in Nashville with her husband, Steve, and their giant labradoodle, Val.
Find her author site at www.LauraThomaeYoung.com.
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This is the second blog/podcast in our series on Office Politics and Adulting Like a Boss in the workplace. Last week’s message was about being oh so careful about your words – never gossip and never badmouth the company you work for. So – what is Office Politics anyway? I found a definition that says it’s the “activities, attitudes, or behaviors that are used to get or keep power or an advantage within a business Read more about Office Politics 2: Making It Work for You[…]
Oh be careful little mouth what you say! This childhood Sunday school song is a reminder that each of us should choose our words carefully, and only say things we are okay with being overheard or repeated. There are several situations in which our words can do damage: You say something that is overheard by someone you didn’t intend to hear it. A confidant breaks your confidence and tells someone what you said (and thereby Read more about Office Politics 1: Guarding Your Words On the Job[…]
It’s that time again! A New Year and we all start thinking about New Year’s Resolutions! Either you make ‘em & break ‘em (81% of people break their new resolution by the second week of February), decide NEVER to make ‘em, or you fall into the very small category of people who make ‘em and KEEP ‘em! Download the Adulting Like a Boss 2019 GOALS WORKSHEET! But first, read on! I’ve made resolutions through the Read more about New Year’s Resolutions: Should You Make Them?[…]
It’s December and the first thing that comes to mind is… Christmas! Already Christmas programs are in full swing – the Nashville Christmas parade was this past weekend, the lighting of the Christmas trees is happening all over the place, and the malls are crammed with shoppers. And that brings me to what I want to talk to you about today – shopping for Christmas presents. A few years ago I read the book The Read more about Christmas Doesn’t Have to Mean Going Broke[…]
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