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I've been running my business for five years and it's always tough to figure out when to go out to an event and when to stay home. .This week, a good entrepreneur friend of mine was hosting a dinner for a small group of entrepreneurs in LA (where I live). He invited me to go about two weeks ago and my ambitious ("I should go out more") side said yes.
Refresh Creations, leading corporate gifts company is looking for a competitive and highly motivated Junior Sales Executive to join their growing team.This firm is a leader in corporate recognition and financial commemoratives to be sold on a global basis.
Memorial Day is coming up and I have my eye on some specific fashion finds for the long weekend.Here are my must-have items for Memorial Day 2015:
It’s so nice outside in Los Angeles and I try to work from my roof whenever possible (as long as it’s not super sunny out).Here’s a fun look I put together that is perfect for the spring.
I’m always writing about my schedule and the different time management techniques I’m trying out.I try to stick to “selling” in the morning; anything we are sending out as a company or pushing to our clients (students or employers) I try to push out during NYC business hours; and anything that requires more planning, budgeting, creative brainstorming, or writing (activities that don’t necessarily have a clock attached to them) I try to do after 2PM PST. Here is an example of my ideal work day (when I’m not traveling):
As a jobseeker, your job is to find a job; treat your time like that.Every day, if your job was to find a job, you'd be spending almost 8 hours each day working the job search.
I am generally someone who likes to add a lot of personality to my fashion.Whether it be bold colors, fun jewelry, or a must-have shoe choice, I like to make a statement with my wardrobe. However, there are certain days that call for sticking to the basics when it comes to your outfit choice.
Some people think that because I run my own business I really never have to work.Although some days I wish that were the truth – it’s actually harder for me to take a day of work than for someone who works for someone else.
Last week, a few students told me they are interning or working at the same companies as their older siblings.One student asked what advice I had for her to stand out when working in this type of situation. Here are some thoughts to keep in mind when going into a workplace with a sibling:
Graduation is only about a month away. Just because you are an adult doesn’t mean you still don’t need your parents help.Here are a few things you should discuss with your parents before you walk across the stage: