College -> Career: The Modern Day Arranged Marriage

Millennials are the first generation to live by the mantra, do what you Love and love what you do. And though this is still a very young concept to humankind, in the grand scheme of our history, it’s amazing how most of us act as if doing something we don’t love very well could be …

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Salary: Is it all about the Benjamin’s?

While it is still an uncomfortable conversation for most of us to have, there is still ample information out there on strategically negotiating towards your desired salary or raise. But I’ve come to notice, there’s little advice addressing how to leverage non-monetary assets within the workplace that fall within the bucket of ‘compensation.’ Money is …

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3 Most Important Tips for Entrepreneurs

Out Learn the Competition: We live in the age of information. You will be hard pressed to NOT be able to find anything and everything you need to know online. Google, YouTube, Wikipedia, audio books, physical books, magazines, articles, etc. If you’re familiar with the hit HBO show Entourage, Ari a lead character who plays a …

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Benefits of it Being your Fault

       The fear to fail just might be single-handed the most obstructive aspect in most of our way from achieving our definition of success. Whether that fear festers from thoughts of losing all our income, receiving potential blame from a manager, or that feeling of being not-so-smart among our peers. So this generally means …

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Post-Interview Diagnosis

There's the online job listing. There's the 'About Us' web page. There are sites such as Glassdoor and Wikipedia. And if you're really lucky, there's an inside employee contact. These generally make up a job seeker's sources of information of what it would actually be like to work at the company. Most of the time it just seems like far too …

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