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Are you soon-to-be grad or recent grad and trying to differentiate yourself in a sea of sameness? Are you applying for jobs but not hearing back? Or are you not sure where to even start?

Five Ways to be Happier Now

It’s December. December is crazyyyyy. It’s full of holiday parties, spending money, family obligations, and general stress. Here are five ways now you can add more ZEN to your everyday routine to stay SANE in a crazy, busy time. 1. Put your blinders on. Compete against yourself. 2. Learn something new. The brain CRAVES newness….

Frugality is your New Best Friend

Frugal gets a bad rep. It does! But it doesn’t have to. You could reclaim frugality so you can live your best life. Why would you want to save money? Money provides freedom. And a whole hell of a lot of it. When you’re just starting out, you don’t have a lot of money, ergo…

How to Get the Most Out of an Informational Interview

An informational interview is key to expand your network and LEARN from others who have been there. Here are some of my top tips in preparing for an informational interview and leveraging the relationship to add to your network. Want more? Check out these quick tips: Preparing for an informational interview How to Ask for an…

Cultivate Grit & Be Tenacious in Everything You Do

Grit. You’ve heard of it. It basically is a measure of how quickly you bounce back after a setback. We all get setbacks. All. Of. The. Time. It’s totally normal to receive a ton of setback when you’re first getting started. None of that means anything nor is a predictor of future success. Where the…

See Massive Results through Massive Action

The only way to get anything done is to ACT. Massive action is just HOW you should act. When you’re first starting out you’re interested in getting a job, but you have so many anxieties: Why haven’t I gotten hired yet? Why have my friends gotten hired before me? What do they have that I…

Get Started with the Help of Temp Agencies

Have you heard of temp agencies? They are located in most cities and they provide opportunities for temporary work. These can be as simple as filing paperwork, answering phones or being someone’s assistant. It’s not hard work, but it’s not particularly interesting. You don’t take it so you can be inspired. Rather you take it…