They say rejection is the biggest fear of our generation. And it makes sense.We’ve all felt that awful stomach-twist when we get rejected – we feel like the wind was knocked out of us.
I had dinner this past week with two friends who are also entrepreneurs in different industries and run their own businesses. Over food, I found myself sharing the biggest lessons I’d learned from 2016.
Finding a job post grad can be difficult. For millennials, it can be even harder to land that "dream job."
I’ve been running Intern Queen for 7 years and it hasn’t been an easy experience. Over the weekend, I sat on a panel at a Women and Technology event.
Event Planning Company looking to fill an entry-level position with an outgoing employee who would work well in a fast-paced atmosphere. Candidate must be able to take initiative, work long hours and have a positive attitude.
A military spouse is flexible, strong, and independent. The relocations, the deployments, being away from family – those are some among the many regular challenges that come with being a military spouse. Maintaining a successful career is not impossible, but it might as well be, as is a difficult and overwhelmingly common military spouse challenge.
Yes, my life is consumed with travel. If I’m in town for more than 8 days at a time, it’s a triumph! I’m usually on the go for a mix of work and personal events.
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.