Posts tagged ‘Networking’

The 6 Most Powerful Words in Networking

Hey, did you hear Mark Zuckerberg announced an update to Facebook’s privacy settings? “When?” In May. “Why?” Because people have complained for a long time the…

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11 Quick Ways to Make a Lasting Impression

Whether you apply for a job that’s full time, part time, or temporary, small details leave a big impression. That’s because competition is tough, even for…

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4 Job Skills to Master Before Graduation

College students accomplish far more than a diploma. College campuses give students an equally important opportunity: the chance to develop and refine the skills essential to getting…

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Michael Bloomberg’s Coffee Trick We Should All Try

Outside, the people of the Inner Richmond park their bikes, remove their helmets, and step inside the funky atmosphere of Velo Rouge café. Old photographs litter…

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A Day in the Life of a Recruiter and Brand Manager

Trying to figure out what type of job you might like? Here’s a little trick that might help: Think about what people are always asking you…

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Why “Follow Your Passion” Is Bad Advice

When you’re trying to figure out your career path and how to approach life after college, you’ll get a lot of people trying to offer you…

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No One Feels Like a Grown-Up—Not Even Adulting Author Kelly Williams Brown

Being in your twenties is a weird time. On the one hand, you feel like an adult. You live in your own apartment (or a place…

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Why You Should Check Your Emotions After Receiving a Rejection Letter

That flashing blue light at the top of your phone makes your heart stop. Slowly, you exhale through your nose. At least all those yoga classes…

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Beating the Post-Grad Blues: 3 Tips for Finding Meaning in Life After College

After you’ve been in college for four years (and some sort of school for many years before that), it’s easy to idealize life in the real…

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New Job? Why You Should Be Saying “Yes, And…”

You listened to all the advice, explored your options, and officially got hired at your first job after college. But you can’t stop there. Now is…

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