I recently had the opportunity to hear First Lady Michelle Obama speak at Oregon State’s commencement ceremony. In her speech Mrs. Obama reflected on her own life experiences, mistakes, and memories. She encouraged all of you in the graduating class of 2012, above all, to define success on your own terms.
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Key articles and insight I found on Twitter last week, that I thought you might find helpful as well. Make it a great week!
To do two things at once is to do neither.
– Publilius Syrus
Have you fooled yourself into thing doing more than one thing at the same time is helping you be super productive as you begin your career?
As a digital native, you may be tempted to transfer your amazing multi-tasking capability into the workplace. At a [...]
You’re ready for your first stint as a young professional and are raring to go. But wait! Before you say “I do” and negotiate start dates, you have a few more questions to ask: How will your new employer onboard you?
It’s Monday! For those of you not on Twitter, you may not know there are volumes of great content on virtually any subject. I thought I’d curate and share some of the highlights for young professionals, careers and job search, along with some pertinent blog posts, that I found most interesting in the past couple [...]
I thought if the only way younger employees could get along with me was by patronizing me, feeding me or (god forbid) crocheting (not that there’s anything wrong with that), I was ready to go rogue.