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Linda Sorg Ostovitz

Daily Record Staff//May 14, 2021

Linda Sorg Ostovitz

By Daily Record Staff

//May 14, 2021

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The past year has added a level of stress to the daily lives of business leaders that was unimaginable before March 2020. As someone who has sustained achievement, what advice can you give to the Top 100 Women on how they take care of themselves while trying to help so many others?

“I have engaged in activity that involves others. I do my workouts with a personal trainer. I will do the workouts because I will not stand her up. I go to WW every Saturday morning at 7:30. If I do not make it, someone calls me to be sure I am OK. These relationships keep me committed.”

How do you and your other Circle of Excellence honorees use your influence and achievement to help the women who want to grow to your level of success?

“Don’t talk about how good you are — show them. Know your value and that it’s not negotiable. Don’t allow your client’s financial problems to become yours.”

What do you see as the greatest issue afecting professional women today and how do you and other leaders lead change around this issue?

“In the virtual world, isolation is an issue. We all learn from each other. It may be easier to walk around the corner to brainstorm or ask a question. Pick up the phone or set up a teams call. It’s not an imposition.”


This is a winner profile from The Daily Record's Top 100 Women awards. Information for this profile was sourced from the honoree's application for the award.


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