WATCH: Why Successful Women Think Differently

At the 2012 Women of Power Summit, author Valorie Burton tells executive women about defining success and developing habits that will make them happier and healthier

At Black Enterprise’s 2012 Women of Power Summit, Valorie Burton—author, speaker and founder of the CAPP Institute–moved a packed audience with her seminar: Successful Women Think Differently, where she shared the nine habits that will make you happier, healthier and more resilient. In this video, Burton talks to BlackEnterprise.com correspondent Tai Beauchamp about the steps black women have to take to achieve joy in their work, and to define success in their lives.

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  • Gail Gardner

    Thank you for sharing this video. I was pleasantly surprised with Valorie’s definition of success because so many think that means buying more bling or getting rich and famous.

    Could you do people like me a HUGE favor and include Twitter usernames and/or links to additional personal information (and books for authors) on those you write about so that we can connect with them, find out more, and raise their visibility – and yours – whenever what you’ve covered will appeal to an audience we can reach.

  • Felicia

    Successful women know that success is not what you attain monatarily; but it is in fact what you help others to attain while on your journey. It is maintaining your integrity while climbing the corporate ladder and remembering that it’s 1. God first in your heart,
    2. Your spouse
    3. Your children
    4-whatever is after those most important people.