Sports teams are perfect examples of how many players together can achieve much more than one player alone. By helping and encouraging one another along the way, you can score some goals and make some inspiring things happen.
You’re a student, you get good grades, are on numerous organizations and teams, you even run the school’s debate team. You still feel like you should be doing more, and feel as if something essential is missing from your life: an internship.
Due to the ever-increasing ease of long-distance communication, the modern-day workforce does not have to be together in one building, employees can live hundreds or even thousands of miles away from their boss.
Communicating effectively in the office may sound like a no-brainer but it can make or break your entire work experience. Knowing how to approach each individual in the workplace is key to finding your place in a new office.
Congratulations! You got your internship...but now what? You probably feel like a freshman all over again; new school -- clueless and worried about your first impression. Here are several tips to start off on the right foot.
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We are constantly being put into situations where we must interact with strangers. Therefore, being able to speak confidently and leave people with a good impression is an essential skill for everyone to have.
The persistent paradox of needing experience to get a job, but needing a job to gain experience is a struggle pretty much every millennial I know has confronted. However, there are a few ways to work around this dilemma
Whether we’re too proud, too independent, or just too afraid to ask, sometimes we really can’t do everything on our own and we need to ask for help. The good thing is, no one ever said you couldn’t ask for help.
Have you ever found yourself looking at a co-worker with nothing to say? Or in a room at an event with people of different ages and positions of power, not knowing where to stand or where to look? Fear not!
Your first job will not be the highest paid or most fulfilling job you’ll ever work, but choosing a bad first job will set you back from ever getting that type of job. How do you know that the first job you’re considering is terrible?
About a week ago, 500 Startups offered me an internship at their accelerator in Mountain View. 500 freakin’ Startups...The best way to set yourself apart is to venture where no one else goes. Do your research and don’t give up.