This is what we talked about on The Invisible Mentor Blog this week: The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and Interview with Lally Rementilla, Vice President of Finance and Administration at Nulogy Corporation.
Mondays at the Salon
Recently, the Downtown Women’s Club hosted a teleseminar with Carol McManus, the LinkedIn Lady. McManus has made over six figures of her income from referrals she received on LinkedIn. She spends time building and nurturing the connections she has on LinkedIn and understands the importance of networking and the correct way in which to do it.
Booked on Tuesdays
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne relates the tale of Hester Prynne whose husband was lost and presumed dead. Thinking her husband was deceased, Prynne has an affair with a local man in the community and gets pregnant. She has the child and is subjected to public interrogation and humiliation. The local pastor, the Reverend Master Arthur Dimmesdale reluctantly and briefly participates in the interrogation. He asks her a few times to name the man she is romantically involved with – everyone wants to know who the father of the child is but Prynne refuses to disclose the information and instead opts to suffer the consequences.
Eleanor Roosevelt was the first politically active First Lady in the history of American democracy. She supported the formation of the United Nation and was a delegate to the UN General Assembly from 1945 to 1952. Early on, she supported child welfare laws, equal pay and employment legislation, civil and women’s rights.
Perspective Thursdays and Workshop Fridays
This week we featured Lally Rementilla, Vice President of Finance and Administration at Nulogy Corporation. Lally is a very successful woman in the finance field because she is bold and open to new ideas. She does not limit herself and seeks roles that she does not have the credentials for her, and she successfully grows into them. Lally challenges herself and is constantly learning. Mentors have played a significant role in her life. Here are Part One and Part Two of Lally Rementilla’s interview.
How can you use this information? What do you have to add to the conversation? Let’s keep the conversation flowing, please let me know your thoughts in the comments section below. Many readers read this blog from other sites, so why don’t you pop over to The Invisible Mentor and subscribe (top on the right hand side) by email or RSS Feed.
Book link is affiliate link.