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When a client asks you to create a timeline for a project, you always under promise and over deliver.Even though you might be a speed racer and could potentially get everything done tomorrow, you always want to give yourself more time to allow for the unexpected.
Whenever you start a new job there’s a learning curve. In my second book, WELCOME TO THE REAL WORLD, I talk a lot about the trials and tribulations of my very first job after college.
I sat with some of my Intern Queen Campus Ambassador alumni.These are students who went through my Intern Queen program when they were in school and have now gone on to work for some of the biggest/best companies in the world. I asked them how they became successful after college.
Like you, I’ve experimented with several different to-do list formats in the past – notebooks, napkins, emails to myself, lists for my assistant, and more.Last week, I started a new to-do list on google docs.
The tips below are real pointers that I gave a student from UCLA who showed me his resume. I was glad he came to me, as his resume needed work. I hope these pointers I gave him help you with your resume!
Everyone gets frustrated when they don’t get hired.We all question why we didn’t get hired and what we could have done differently. You don’t want to give employers an opportunity to hesitate, and you don’t want them to question anything you say during the interview.
Everyone is cranky in the office. It’s almost summer and the team is more focused on vacation-planning than work. Just remember, this is a great time to stand out at work and make a few personal adjustments that can really help you improve.
This is a guest blog post written by Noelle Gross of ngcareerstrategy.com. There’s no greater feeling in the workplace than receiving recognition and praise for a job well done, especially when that praise is coming from your manager or senior leadership. A few words can make those late nights and months of slaving away on a big project seem completely worth it.
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.
In my new book, Welcome to the Real World, I talk about the importance of waking up early and how I’ve changed my habits — and now feel so much more accomplished by doing so. If you are an entrepreneur, I highly suggest waking up a bit earlier than you are used to.