We all look forward to Friday’s. Who doesn’t love the weekend?! The work is filled with endless tasks and deadlines. I’m ready to catch up on rest by the time Friday comes. Then Sunday approaches, I often ask myself, “Where did time go?”
I couldn’t decide what to write about today so I asked Hanna, one of our Intern Queen Ambassadors who is about to graduate Muhlenberg (and our Intern Queen sales team members) what her biggest fear about graduation was.Without hesitation she said the word change.
With today being such a digital age, it isn't uncommon to come across digital interviewing tactics — mainly the Skype interview.Job seekers today are researching their dream jobs in the digital space, and they are utilizing software such as Skype to interview for these dream positions.
I hate negative email chains.It’s one thing to get a rejection email. It’s another thing to get an email from someone that just makes you want to throw up after reading it and gives you a stomachache all day long.
At Intern Queen, we do performance reviews every 3 months (quarterly). We do this so there’s an on-going dialogue about everyone’s performance and to ensure that the goals of that role are being met. It’s also important that I understand the obstacles every team member deals with trying to get their job done.
I often get asked the things people need to know before starting a business. Here is what I came up with on the fly. Do you think differently?
Every day I work hard to scale my business, captain the ship, and empower my team.
Entrepreneurship can definitely be a "learn-as-you-go" career path.I've made my fair share of mistakes, but I've also succeeded in huge ways – and I've learned a lot just from experience. These are a few of the most important things that I have learned as an entrepreneur:
Before I became an entrepreneur I assumed several things.And those assumptions couldn't have been further from reality. While these assumptions sound pretty negative, my first boss told me that you should NEVER assume anything.