When it comes to careers, it is important for one to be confident and assertive. One of the reasons that assertiveness and confidence is a good thing is that business owners admire that. At the same time, it is important for people to be confident and assertive in any field they are trying to get into because this is how success is achieved. Even people who work for themselves have to assert themselves so that they will be able to achieve a lot in their careers. This requires people to have a mindset that motivates them to work.
Lori Senecal definitely has the type of mindset that brings about work. She is a very business oriented individual. Therefore, she is going to spend most of her time working towards her goals in her advertising agency CP+B. One of the good things about this kind of assertiveness is that it puts the advertising company ahead of the competition in many different ways. For one thing, Lori Senecal is not interested in wasting time with useless talk. She is more interested in making sure that she is taking care of the task at hand. Clients that visit her often walk away with an advertising campaign very quickly.
One thing that is impressive with Lori Senecal’s assertiveness is that she has always been a shy introvert. Therefore, she has always been one that stayed silent while others fought to be the center of attention. While this could also take a blow to one’s own self esteem, Lori Senecal has managed to find her own talents and strengths. According to her Crunchbase account, she has also learned to seek out uncomfortable situations for growth and maturity. After all, business does require one to be uncomfortable. For one thing, business owners are going to be dealing with all kinds of personalities.
One thing about Lori Senecal is that she is the type of person that will shut many naysayers up. For one thing, she has shown that she can handle the advertising industry. One thing that she has done for advertising companies was take them from local entities into global enterprises.
You can watch her conference at YouTube.