Cassandra Faire has over 20 years of experience in the industry working as a client sponsor of contingent labor, a staffing supplier, and within an MSP. She has vast experience in risk assessment, program management, business process redesign, performance metrics, and business process analysis has laid the foundation for the development of some of Talent Solutions TAPFIN’s operational best practices and organizational standards.
Cassandra shares the moment she decided to show up as her unapologetic self which has led her to live an exponential life for herself. She is also part of the USPAACC WISE, a program intended for AAPI Women that would strategically address core issues and create lasting impact in their professional and personal lives, thus empowering and uplifting them in creating and choosing their own personal choices.
Cassandra Faire has over 20 years of experience in the industry working as a client sponsor of contingent labor, a staffing supplier, and within an MSP.
Cassandra is of African, Native American, and European descent.
Favorite Self Confidence Quote
Definition of Self Confidence
Self-confidence is trusting in your abilities, your qualities, your unique gifts, being unapologetically you, and knowing that judgement from anyone else is evidence that what’s in their dark is being exposed by your light.
Her Life Before the Discovery of Self Confidence
Before, Cassandra lived and saw herself based on how everyone else defined her, both positively and negatively. She was teased and bullied a lot by peers growing up so the roots of negative self-talk were deep and at the same time, her family thought she was brilliant and those close to her family thought highly of her. This created an internal storm that resulted in second-guessing life and career decisions, dwelling on past accomplishments, and expecting to achieve a future state without acknowledging the gift of the present
The “AHA” Moment
Cassandra was standing in the mirror one day putting on her make-up. She looked up and realized that she only had one face and anything else was a mask. It occurred to her that she was getting ready to show up in an environment, change the face of who she is authentically to fit the preconception of those who do not know her and few who really care to truly know her. She confronted herself that she was essentially two-faced, who she was in private and who she was in public, and that was absolutely too stressful and too much to keep up. So she chose the face that stared back at me and vowed to be unapologetic.
Her Life After the Discovery of Self Confidence
The One Self Confidence Tip For the Listener
Cassandra shares a quote from Sheri Riley, author of Exponential Living, which is “I would say that I spend 100% of my time on 90% of who I am instead of spending 100% of my time on only 10% of who I was.”