Many successful business people and creatives know how vital it is to start the day off right. A bomber morning routine paves the way for an amazing day. Doe Deere definitely has her own style, and that infuses her morning routine. She’s got it all perfected — from the moment her eyes open, to stepping out the door! How does she get ready for the day?
She is a morning person, so her eyes pop open at exactly 8:30 without an alarm. It is important to Doe Deere to get lots of beauty rest — ideally nine hours a night. For healthy skin from the inside out, so she drinks a full glass of water on waking. This gets her hydrated, gives her skin a natural glow, and gets the creative juices flowing! Next up is stretching, which leaves her feeling flexible and ready for the day.
Since she is passionate about revolutionizing the make-up industry through her company, “Lime Crime”, Doe takes some time soon after waking to check her phone. “Lime Crime” is very internet based, and Doe uses her phone to communicate with her team, fans, and to keep track of her busy schedule.
She prefers to keep this digital-dive limited. Instead of checking email, she puts her phone away and spends some time cooking up breakfast in the kitchen. This time is for her to start getting creative — thinking up the next product to launch or the next creative new look to bring to her fans. Breakfast is usually some combination of her favorites: home-cooked grits, fruit, yogurt, and fresh squeezed orange juice (from oranges off of her own tree!).
Her morning wouldn’t be complete without some time with her cats (two Persians named Puffy Fluffles and Chester von Battingham) and some upbeat tunes giving her good vibes for the day. Doe likes to style her hair (it’s purple!) in glossy waves. Her makeup routine takes anywhere from fifteen minutes to an hour, and it is the part of her morning that she enjoys most. She washes her face with Glossier face wash, and then applies foundation (L’Oreal or MAC), and a powder. She loves to add in colorful blush and lipstick. Her style is bold and revolutionary — she loves color! Bright lipstick hue’s from Lime Crime’s ‘Matte Velvetine’ range are her current favorites.
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Julie Zuckerberg is a famed recruiter who specializes in talent acquisition and management. Currently, she is the executive talent acquisition lead at Deutsche Bank where she partners with professionals in asset management, private wealth and commercial business fields, global technology and operations. Together, they redefine recruitment strategies and spearhead process improvements. Under her current position, Julie oversees the development and negotiation managerial level offers that include material risk takers and the key function stakeholders. Additionally, she is responsible for counseling leadership and executive committees on hiring governance and unique recruitment practices that boost proficiency in order to attract outstanding and diverse talents.
Julie has served the talent acquisition industry for over fifteen years. Prior to her executive talent acquisition lead role, Zuckerberg served as an executive recruiter and vice president at Deutsche Bank. Together with hiring managers, Julie came up with the most effective solutions that incorporated networking methods, direct sourcing and internal mobility. She was also in charge of contract governance and corporate relationships with independent search companies, which aimed at achieving reliable and extensive sourcing of the most experienced candidates. Julie Zuckerberg’s extensive background also saw her work with the New York Life Insurance Company. Here, she assumed the role of corporate vice president and hire recruiting lead where she managed the entire hiring cycle within the agency. Her boundless experience also enabled her to oversee the recruitment process that included team recruiters and project managers. Julie worked for Citi Global Consumer Bank where she served as executive recruiter and vice president for six years. She successfully counseled teams on recruitment strategies, negotiated job offers at senior levels and sourced talent on a global scale.
Before working for Citi Global Consumer Bank, Julie served as Hudson’s director of candidate placement where she was responsible for recruiting paralegals, case managers, support staff and attorneys for corporations, legal firms and financial institutions. Her extensive skills and talent also saw her head conflict resolution, staff coaching, and counseling. Zuckerberg’s achievements in the talent acquisition industry are accredited to her strong work ethic and a deep educational background. Julie studied philosophy at City University of New York-Brooklyn College and proceeded to the New York Law School. She then settled for talent acquisition practice. While serving in the industry, Julie had the opportunity to work with numerous reputable leaders who influenced her career and helped expand her skill. As a result, she now has a veteran eye in team leadership, talent management and acquisition, conflict resolution staff training, human resources, sourcing and coaching. When not working, Julie takes interest in the vibrant cultural scene of New York. She advocates for animal welfare, culture and arts, social action, economic empowerment and civil rights. She also participates in charitable initiatives and organizes meetings for counseling and coaching employees in the industry. Julie continues to offer advice to various companies about their recruitment strategies. This information was originally reported on purplebulltavern.com.