Should You Talk About Your Kids At Work?

I used to be terrified to mention my personal life with clients or colleagues, worried that any hint of my family might undermine my professionalism. I changed my tune when I realized that chatting about my children deepened the bond with those I work with and attracted to my business partners who respect that I am a whole person — not career robot. I urge moms to tell bosses and clients about their families, and I hear from Abbey Finch, creator of Scribe Space, who had her daughter while in college at age 20 and has always found family-friendly employers by being forthright about her schedule. Also, Barbara Safani, career consultant with Career Solvers, weighs in on when to mention your kids and when to toe the line — and at what cost.
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CEO of Cardone Enterprises, Cardone Capital, international speaker, entrepreneur, and author of The 10X Rule & creator of 21 bestselling business programs, Grant Cardone owns & operates seven privately held companies and a $5.2 billion portfolio of multifamily properties. Named the #1 marketer by Forbes Magazine, Cardone is also the founder of The 10X Movement & The 10X Growth Conference, the world’s largest business & entrepreneur conference.


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