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Every day I work hard to scale my business, captain the ship, and empower my team.
My business never failed. Intern Queen Inc. is alive, well, and growing. However, that doesn’t mean that I haven’t had ideas fail, projects fail, business plans fail – it doesn’t mean that I haven’t faced failure.
You know I’m always talking about thank you notes. A handwritten thank you note goes a long way.
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.
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.
You probably know that I’m all about the hand-written thank you noteBut what happens when you received a gift a few weeks/months back and you still haven’t written the thank you note?
In a tough economy and as a recent graduate, you may be tempted to accept the first job offer you get — even if you sense it may be a bad fit.Although you may feel excited and lucky that you were offered a position, there are times when it is better to say no.
This is a guest post by Intern Queen Alumni Ambassador Jeanette Bravo.Jeanette is a 2012 graduate of Arizona State University and the Founder of Sew Sorority.
Since before I started my business in 2009 I’ve been a big believer in reaching out to people to ask for help, guidance, or advice.Up until recently, I never had a mentor or anyone who really “paved the way” for me as a young entrepreneur.
I'm always learning lessons the hard way.Usually, I mess up - and that's how I learn. Ugh. Hopefully, this will help when writing internal thank you notes at work.