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This is a guest blog post written by Intern Queen Alumni Ambassador Allison Goldstein.Congratulations, graduate, and welcome to the real world!
A while back, I wrote a blog about my new to-do list format .Of course, that’s one of the ways that I stay organized.
We all have our first business trip for work at one point or another.Since I’m on the road and “in the sky” more often than not, I’ve learned a few things over the years. Here are my rules and what keeps me sane while traveling for work.
Want to talk about my weaknesses? Okay…here it goes.I can be a monkey.
Happy Friday Everyone! I hope you all had an amazing week! I recently spoke to Knockknock.com (they have really cute office supplies you must check out) and talked about how I organize my desk.
This blog post was written by Intern Queen Alumni Ambassador Saya Arakawa, a 2012 graduate of UCF and current On-Air Promotions Planner at NBC Sport Golf Channel.Throughout college, it’s engraved into our minds on how to find the right career path and what resources to use to help you get your dream job.
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.
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.
About six months ago, I decided that working constantly wasn’t healthy, wasn’t necessary, wasn’t giving me any sort of credibility, and really wasn’t helping me get ahead.At that time, I was doing what everyone else is doing – working all of the time, working until late at night, emailing during dinner, emailing on the treadmill, looking at pointless stomach-turning emails before bed, letting my wheels spin until the second my head hits the pillow, sleeping with my phone under my pillow, waking up to Skype alerts, rolling out of bed just to get on the next conference call, using my weekends for work emails, and just constantly scrolling through the emails on my phone.