Posts tagged college
The Mindset Shift We All Need To Tackle Expectations

Not only do expectations come from outside of us, but often times the most powerful expectations are the ones we place on ourselves for our own lives.

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Career Changes Are An Opportunity To Grow

This is by far the hardest thing to admit to yourself. Recognizing that you didn’t fail, nor that you’ve made the wrong choice, but that you’ve changed. 

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LinkedIn: The Digital Business Card You Didn’t Know You Needed

Therefore, it's best to make sure it contains valuable content.

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I Graduated A Year Ago: Reflections and Lessons I've Learned

One year ago, I was 22 years old and I was 100 percent ready to finish undergrad, but I had no plan set to start this new chapter. Now, after one year in the “real” world I can say that this fresh start is filled with so much opportunity that all incoming graduates should be excited!

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Five Keys To Landing The Perfect Job

A job is a pertinent necessity for survival—the bills need to be paid, and the nails need to be on fleek.

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5 Quotes To Live By From Amy Poehler’s "Yes Please"

Despite her huge successes, Amy tells her story in a way that is so down-to-earth and relatable that you’ll feel like you're having a casual conversation with your best friend.

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Preparing For The "Real World"

When we’re about to transition from college to life after college, we find that the same conversations happen over and over again, inevitably starting with the question, “So, are you ready for the real world?”

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Learning To Let Go Of Expectations

Not only do expectations come from outside of us, but often times the most powerful expectations are the ones we place on ourselves for our own lives.

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Getting Hired At A Startup: A Guide

When you set out to work for a startup, you’re usually applying to join a smaller team, a team where everyone pulls their weight (and then some), and a team that has to run like clockwork. And that means you are responsible for YOU.When you set out to work for a startup, you’re usually applying to join a smaller team, a team where everyone pulls their weight (and then some), and a team that has to run like clockwork. And that means you are responsible for YOU. 

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Career Changes: Trial or Opportunity To Grow?

This is by far the hardest thing to admit to yourself. Recognizing not that you’d failed, not that you’ve made the wrong choice, but that you’ve changed. 

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