Maria Bartiromo, journalist and author, shares her rules of success.
(gentle music)…- Well, if you would, could you walk us…through your career a little bit.…What do you tell people who want to be you,…someone is, she's in college,…she says I want to be like Maria, I want to be Maria.…What's your advice to someone like that?…- I hear this question a lot actually…because I speak with students a lot…and young people about their careers.…First one is, you've got to work hard,…and you've got to understand that there are no shortcuts.…When I started out my career at CNN,…I was willing and able to do whatever they needed.…
So I did three shifts overnight once,…I was in a 2:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.…Next shift, it was like 4:00 a.m. to noon.…And then I did midnight to 8:00.…I mean I've done all the shifts imaginable…from CNN, CNBC to Fox now.…So you've got to work hard.…Number two, I think you have to love what you do.…I as a kid had dreams of being a backup singer,…I always wanted to be a backup singer…because I liked the moves that they had, the dance moves.…I'm not a singer, I can't sing.…
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