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Over the past few weeks, we’ve published a few different blogs related to the grad school experience. Last week, we posted How Should You Decide Where to Go to Grad School?And a few weeks back we posted a blog called; Grad School: Should I Go Now or Wait.
When I read the title of this blog out loud my initial response is, “I don’t stay healthy on the road.”But then I realize that I need to give myself more credit. When I think about my business and personal travel, I — more often than not — have my health on my mind.
In my second book, Welcome to the Real World, I discuss ways to make the most of your first job after college.
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:
It's no secret that I get rejected all of the time - my followers are aware.But with every rejection - typically comes a new opportunity. Over the years, I've learned to embrace rejection and I understand that getting rejected usually means I'm on the right path.
I believe that improvement should be a part of our daily routine, so I sat down and thought about some things that we can all work on in our work lives.Below are 9 things you can do better at work today. Try these out and see yourself improve your workday.
Earlier today, I had a reader email me about a tricky situation she’s in at work.She currently has a job that she’s happy with but she’s yet to hit the one-year mark at work. She recently ran into an old boss of hers and he mentioned a position at his company being open. This COULD be her dream job. He wants to take her to dinner to discuss. What should she do?
We all have our first business trip for work at one point or another.Since I’m on the road and “in the sky” more often than not, I’ve learned a few things over the years. Here are my rules and what keeps me sane while traveling for work.
This is a guest blog post written by Noelle Gross of ngcareerstrategy.com. There’s no denying that Linkedin has become one of the most powerful career management platforms in existence.
Want to talk about my weaknesses? Okay…here it goes.I can be a monkey.