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When Your Dream Job Isn't Your Dream Job Anymore

It sounded so nice that it became my go-to answer for my professors, strangers at cocktail parties and potential employers when they asked the  "Where do you see yourself in five years?” question. I had just spent four years basically living in the communications department at my school, stockpiling my resume with internships, fellowships and awards, and there was no doubt in my mind that this was my goal and what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.

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CareerKate Gremillion
Three Realizations I Made When Starting Out On My Own

It is 8 p.m. the night before my 24th birthday. I am sitting in the living room trying to recover from a brutal CrossFit workout when I realize my emotions are running extra high. Out of nowhere, the realization that Peter Pan's "Neverland" doesn’t actually exist brings chills to my spine. I am actually growing up, and there is nothing I can do to slow down time.

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CareerBrittany White
Defining Success By Doing It All + Why It's A Problem

To me, success is no longer measured by what you accomplish. I now measure it by how you surmount obstacles that come your way. We as (super)women can do this by practicing self-compassion, learning when to say no, and understanding our own limits. You may not magically master these skills overnight, but in time, you will see that you are capable of more than you believe possible.

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CareerKristianna George
Why Networking Events Are The Worst Way To Network

Uncomfortable suits, bad finger food and the smell of desperation and disinterest fills the room. We’ve all felt the pressure to attend networking events, and while the goal in the beginning is to be a superstar at mixing and mingling, you usually end up in a forced game of 21 questions with a business card as the prize.

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CareerKate Gremillion
Bouncing Back From Burn Out

Many times when life starts to feel out of control, it’s because we aren’t doing enough planning. Of course, we can’t foresee everything, but having a weekly schedule is a godsend. Schedule everything, including things like the gym, your grocery run and your free time. It sounds silly, but it’s good to lock down your day to what’s on the calendar. You’ll feel more prepared, and you’ll be able to see when you can and cannot take on extra work.

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CareerLora Ghawaly
The Five People You Need In Your Corner To Be Successful

There are multiple components that factor in to someone’s success, but the people in our lives definitely have an influence on our journey. While it’s important to rid yourself of the negative people in your life, you have to seek out the people who will make you the best version of yourself. Here’s a breakdown of the five different people that can help you achieve the life you want.

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Career, LifestyleAngelique Dyer
The Five People You Need To Ditch To Be Successful

Jim Rohn famously said, "you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with," and this could not be more true. The individuals you spend time with help to determine what you value, what you do on a daily basis and your general outlook on life. Even your success in life could be determined by the people you hang out with every day, which is why it's crucial to look at the people around you and make sure you rid yourself of people like these. 

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Career, LifestyleLora Ghawaly