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After my first job, it took me forever to get adjusted to a full-time work schedule.I was working at a talent agency and I started at 8AM and sometimes didn’t leave until after 8PM.
A close friend of mine, Diem Brown, who passed away last year once told me that if I wrote a book describing how I create my own hustle, she’d be the first to buy it.
I can’t believe college graduation is here and I’m so proud of the class of 2017. WOW! I wanted to make all of you a last-minute check-list of things to make sure you’ve handled before the big day. Have a wonderful graduation and we’re here for anything you need.
Every Monday morning, we have a an Intern Queen Team call to check in and catch up.We start by talking about what everyone did over the weekend, specifically what everyone did to relax.
This blog post was written by Intern Queen Alumni Ambassador Savira Rusdi, a 2014 graduate of Rutgers University and current Communications Associate at Rent the Runway.
This is a guest blog post written by Lisa, who helps students with their coursework writing.We all envy those people who can get so much done in a single day. It gets worse when we look at our own schedules and find long to-do lists that never seem to get any smaller.
I’m obsessed with learning about how successful people run their lives.Whenever I’m connecting with a fellow entrepreneur, I love to go see their office and their desk. I love watching how they do what they do and how they organize themselves.
When I landed my first job out of college, I had 15 internships under my belt and was sure that I was 100% prepared.However, I struggled through that first job, getting behind on emails and forgetting important tasks.
This is a guest blog post written by Joy Miller managing editor of accelerated-degree.com.At age 27, I found myself sitting in a cubicle longing for a career change, but wondering how in the world I could go back to school while working full-time.