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Keys to Success

There is no substitute for hard work, determination, and keeping the end goal in sight. But collaborating with talented people and being nimble is the only way to surmount all roadblocks – Lauren Elias Surround yourself with good mentors. Build … Continue reading

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How to Ask for Interview Feedback

“If I could impose so much as to ask a favor, I would greatly appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to offer some criticism on the way I have presented myself: résumé, cover letter, interview, etc. Perhaps, … Continue reading

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A Good Career Without the Debt

I recently reflected on my post Good Career Without the Debt,  after a client and asked if I thought they had white collar internships. I assured him they did, and I thought back on a the article   Earn and learn: Apprenticeships aren’t … Continue reading

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Newbie’s Time Off

I am graduating college and will soon be starting my first job. My family has an annual beach vacation and reunion, and this year it is scheduled about five weeks after my job’s start date. I am debating whether it … Continue reading

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Productivity

Today is a 9 — Get into your work, and find creative solutions. Rearrange the data and look from a different view. Can you use resources from other people? Connect with like-minded professionals. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the … Continue reading

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