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Back in 2009 when I started Intern Queen it was just me running the company from my studio apartment.I remember I would get up and sit at my coffee table with my computer and work from there (occasionally I would go to my local Coffee Bean and sit there all day too).
I have mixed feelings about Mondays. I love Mondays because I feel like I get a fresh start. It’s a new week where I feel as though I can improve from the week before but a part of me also feels kind of sad that the weekend is over and I have to go back to my daily routine (which doesn’t include fun and friends as much).
This blog post was written by Allison Goldstein, our Alumni Campus Ambassador.Let’s just go on and say it: job hunting is... scary. Thoughts of uncertainty fill your brain, informational interviews fill your calendar, and hundreds of updated cover letters fill your desktop.
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.
You got fired. You got let go. Or maybe you quit.Now what? You still have a few days to wrap up at the company.
Working out has always been a struggle for me.A big part of my business is my speaking career and I’m constantly flying all over the place and often taking red eye flights.
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:
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.
This is a guest blog written by Angela Silak & Cindy Kaplan, Co-Founders, Hollywood Resumes In any industry, one of the worst mistakes a job applicant can make in an interview is coming in unprepared.
If you haven’t been living under a rock for the last couple years, you know by now that Linkedin is recommended as a critical piece of job search and career management strategy. BTW If you’re on Linkedin but not sure why or how it’s beneficial, you might want to check out my blog post Why Linkedin is More Important Than Your Resume .