Come To The Table, Ready: How To Approach Your First Mentor Meeting
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Taking time to properly prepare for a meeting with your mentor can dramatically shift how a conversation proceeds, reduce your anxiety and benefit your overall personal development strategy.

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3 Things You Must Tell Yourself Today and Every Day
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Comments View the discussion thread. As the sole architect of your destiny, you need to make sure you’re utilizing one of your greatest tools: your own voice. That inner voice will help you formulate a plan and drown out the external voices of critics and naysayers. Your voice holds the power to boost your confidence […]

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I Survived Burnout More Than a Few Times, and Here's What I Learned
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Burnout used to be like an old wild and disruptive friend who would show up in my life at the most unlikely times. One summer in particular when I was on a vacation with my family, I was a wreck. I couldn’t enjoy my time with my husband and daughter who were soaking up the […]

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Revolutionizing Innovation — The Move Towards Artificial Intelligence
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With the development of A.I.s in the making, we are entering a time where it will be the machine’s turn to learn to work with us. There is no doubt that, in the long run, [A.I. development] will have a significant impact on the work force.

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SUCCESS Foundation: You’ve Got a Friend in Me
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A lesson in mentorship from the pages of ‘SUCCESS for Teens’ In order to learn, you need help. America seems to have a “do-it-yourself, I-don’t-need-anyone” attitude, as if it’s somehow cooler, tougher, smarter or better to do things on your own. But doing it all by yourself is not only unnecessary, it’s impossible. You can’t […]

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What Makes a Person Boring
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I have interviewed over 100 people for a number of positions. It’s always exciting to talk with driven candidates, but sometimes I will admit that I have to fight the urge to yawn during an interview. The last thing that you want to do at an interview or at a social event is lull your […]

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I've Read More Than 500 Cover Letters and Here's What I've Spotted
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There are about 3.69 million results on a Google search for “cover letter template,” which isn’t surprising. Many are concerned with making sure they have the right cover letter format, so they go searching for a template. Here’s the problem with that approach: by definition, a template (especially those residing on Page 1 of Google’s […]

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Reading With Purpose Can Change Your Life
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As a person working in the advancing, quickly moving online industry, I always try to take the time to slow down and get lost in a book. Yes, there are many resources where I can get information instantly. But these little tid-bits of information filter through, and get lost in the abyss of the subconscious. […]

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Smart People Don't Choose Their Seats Randomly
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Every week I have coaching session with some of our team members. In the meeting room we use most often for our meetings, there are 5 seats. I noticed that different team members chose specific seats at each meeting. And that makes a difference. Seating positions reveal a lot When we select our meeting real […]

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