5 Inspiring YouTube Videos Every Career Girl Should Watch 

Here at CGD we’re always looking for inspiration, and sometimes it comes in the form of a video on the internet! Some of these videos are short enough to watch as you wait in line for your coffee and others you may want to grab a snack and sit down to enjoy. May these links help you find the inspiration you need and put some spring back in your beautifully heeled step.

I Will What I Want (1:00)

Even if you have seen these one-minute ad spots before, the incredible Misty Copeland and Gisele Bundchen will give you an instant burst of motivation. Get some, ladies.

How To Lean In Without Burning Out (18:43)

A TEDx Talk by former Wall Street investment banker, Vanessa Loder. “What drives this feeling about never enough?…Do it all. Do it perfectly. And never let them see you sweat…The pressure we put on ourselves is the only thing that is holding us back.”

Secrets Of The World’s Most Powerful Women (5:18)

Forbes Power Women including Anna Wintour, Oprah Winfrey, Meg Whitman, and Sheryl Sandberg sound off on advice they have for young career women.

 Why 30 Is Not The New 20 (14:49)

Clinical psychologist Meg Jay explains the importance of your twenties in this TED Talk. “Claiming your twenties is one of the simplest yet most transformative things you can do for work, for love, for your happiness, maybe even for the world.”

 Taylor Swift In Hyde Park, 2015 (6:28)

Because your squad includes Taylor Swift (whether she knows it or not) and because sometimes, you just need a little pep talk from a friend. “Every single day we go online and we scroll through the highlight reel of everybody’s awesome lives…All we see is the behind the scenes of our lives…”

By Rachel Curran


  1. The taylor swift one was SO inspiring!! This girl is awesome! Great post! kisses:D


  2. These all are so inspiring, you can take a lot from every single video. Thank you for sharing!

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