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Terri Trespicio

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Terri Trespicio is the VP of Business & Talent Development for 2 Market Media, where she teaches everyone from high-profile talent to media newbies how to communicate their ideas powerfully and effectively. Former senior editor at Martha Stewart's Whole Living magazine, Terri is a lifestyle and relationship expert who contributes regularly local and national media, and has appeared on the Today show, Dr. Oz, The Early Show, and Anderson Cooper. She hosted a live, daily call-in show for the Martha brand on Sirius XM radio for several years. She's a content strategist and writer who has contributed to Jezebel, Prevention, Marie Claire, The Date Report, Your Tango, and Boston Common magazine, among others. She lives in Manhattan. Visit her at territrespicio.com and @TerriT on Twitter.

Manage Your Love Life Like Your Career

There’s probably not one thing about your career that you left to chance. You went to school and worked hard. You applied for jobs, talked to people. You followed up, read up, showed up. You’ve found jobs and lost them; sometimes they left you...

Forget Men: Stop Comparing Yourself to Other Women

You hear it everywhere: Women are killing it these days. They’re doing better in school than their male counterparts and going on to fantastic careers. And yet... men still get promoted faster and paid more. So what gives? While there are plenty...

How I Pushed Past My Perfectionism

I’ll admit it: I’m a perfectionist. Yet I’m also well aware of the damage that perfectionism inflicts on the psyche, let alone self-confidence. Holding yourself to too high a standard — as I came to realize — not only makes life insufferable, but...

Should I Not Have Posted That?

How to Manage Your Personal — and Professional — Reputation Online

Can You Tell Good Guilt From Bad?

If you haven’t felt bad about something in the past 24 hours, might want to check your pulse. Why? Because guilt, over things big and small, is rampant no matter who you are. Take me for instance. I waste stupid amounts of time feeling guilty...

I’ll Admit It: I’m in This Relationship for the Money

So, I started seeing someone. And I think it has long-term potential. You know how sometimes you just know? We were introduced by a mutual friend, and I trusted him immediately. During our first meeting, I revealed more than I expected — about...

What’s More Important Than Your Job? Your Network

When I was headed off to my freshman year at Boston College, my Uncle Bob gave me this piece of advice: “Don’t make friends too quickly.” Bob, a priest and professor who had been teaching theology to freshman at the University of Scranton for...

Why I’ll Never Let Love Trump Money Again

There’s a real liability in doing work you love: You may have a harder time getting paid for it. Not because of the nature of the work itself, necessarily, but because you’ve been sold a bill of goods: that the pleasure you derive from your work...

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