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Anna Wintour’s Career Advice

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There is no other like her. Anna Wintour (65) is for sure the most successful woman in our fashion universe. She has been working at Vogue since 1986 and now she is sharing with us the best career advices ever (US Magazine):

1. Get up at 5am everyday: our brain works best in the morning: “I get up every day at 5am — I have always been an early riser — and I always look forward to coming into the office.”

2. Be confident: “Even if you aren’t sure of yourself, pretend that you are, because it makes it clearer for everyone else. Most people prevaricate,”

3. Get fired at least once: “Everyone should be sacked at least once in their career because perfection doesn’t exist, it’s important to have setbacks, because that is the reality of life.”

4. The key to success is to let go sometimes: “I do not have high-powered life outside of work. I like to be with the kids and my dog ​​in the country and to play tennis on weekends. I am very good at shutdown. ”

5. Learn to appreciate good employees: “I can not do everything. I am always depends on the talent of others. I’m not the talent.”


Other famous advices from Anna Wintour (

  • Learn from the pros: “The only thing I worry a little bit about—going straight from school to starting your own business—is not that many succeed.”
  • Have long-term goals: “It’s possible in today’s world to be instantly famous, whether it’s through Instagram or whatever platform it may be, but it’s a very different matter to be successful financially in the long term.”
  • Get a job: “Go get a job. Whether it’s working as a designer or working in a restaurant and then doing your own thing in your own time. It’s a reality of life. In the end it’s going to be helpful to you and so many others.”
  • Have a mentor: “It’s important to have someone to talk to and discuss everything with and bounce ideas off of.”
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  • Reply WilliamEt 21. June 2016 at 16:15

    A big thank you for your forum topic.Much thanks again. Keep writing. Horniak

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