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Personal Mission Statement and Vision for 2023

Welcome to 2023! Women Who Code is excited to be in community with you this year!

As you start the new year, take a moment to clarify your desires, purpose, and how you want to feel before setting your goals.

Creating a mission statement is a way to align how you want to grow. It can provide guidance and clarity as you create goals that are attainable and make sense for you. In the same way a business creates a mission statement, you can craft one for yourself. Throughout the year, you can refer back to it as a reminder of your “why”, to keep you focused on specific actions to take toward your goals.

What’s your personal mission statement?
Share it with @WWCode on Twitter. We might retweet you!
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Empowering Mentorship

Mentorship is a great way to pay it forward while continuing to form connections with others and build community. Feel empowered in your ability to mentor others. There are many ways to be an effective mentor, including active listening, nurturing and growing the relationship, supporting connections, and providing guidance. Your voice and journey are powerful and helpful in providing a pathway for other women on their career journey.
Celebrating World Introvert Day

World Introvert Day 
Shermaine Ang | WWCode Volunteer, London and Python

You might start to wonder, what exactly does being an introvert mean? Does it mean that I just enjoy being alone all the time and doing things on my own? Well, to me, being an introvert means that I feel more comfortable focusing on my own thoughts. I would rather spend time on my own, listening to my...

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Tech Highlights

Gabriel Rowan, WWCode member, reflected on the book Quiet by Susan Cain. The book explores the differences between introverts and extroverts — and the unique power of introverts in a world that tends to favor the other. At Women Who Code, we talk a lot about the importance of being your authentic self, and staying true to who you are as you navigate your career — and that includes honoring your social or communication style. 

This week, we’re highlighting videos from our YouTube channel that can help us all develop communication skills to better navigate our careers.
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AWS Community Builders Program — What Is It and How You Can Become One
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We're excited about the upcoming WWCode Conversation with Donna Hart from Ally Financial. Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform to be the first to know when this episode goes live next week!

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Misbah Khan
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Misbah Khan of WWCode Mumbai was promoted to beta student ambassador at Microsoft.

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