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Leading by example: Female success in the workplace

Rachel Morarjee is the director of the Economist Corporate Network and a former foreign correspondent for the Financial Times. In this episode, she talks about the 30% Club, an organization dedicated to increasing the representation of women in high-level positions in the workplace, how to mindfully navigate modern work environments, and how her current work compares to her former experiences as a journalist.

For self-care, Rachel recommends committing to something small but actionable. In her case, she tries to meditate for 10 minutes every day. Alice recommends learning Esperanto for language geeks as well as yoga and meditation. 

What to listen for on this week’s episode:

5:45: Advocating for women

20:06: The legacy of women in Asia

26:37: Mentoring 

33:32: Balancing self-care and productivity

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Alice Xin Liu

Alice Xin Liu is a Beijing-based writer, translator, and feminist. She has been managing editor at Pathlight: New Chinese Writing and an editor and translator at Danwei, a Financial Times research service, in Beijing.

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