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Career

CareerLife
July 19, 2016

An Open Letter to Millennials

Hey there. Thanks for giving me a few minutes of free time when you could be playing Pokemon Go or swiping through potential soulmates on…
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CareerCommunicationLife
July 14, 2016

A Better Way to Network

One of my favorite things to do is coach students and recent graduates on career development. It’s such a fun season- resumes, interviews, figuring out…
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CareerLife
July 6, 2016

Feedback

The summer before my last year at Clemson I interned with Eli Lilly, the pharma company I would eventually start my career with post-graduation. I…
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CareerLifeRelationships
May 27, 2016

What Improv Taught Me About Collaboration

I started with a new company last June. One of the first sales trainings I attended featured some unconventional facilitators: an improv group. They had us do…
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CareerLife
March 18, 2016

When You Feel Insignificant

I look out at the room in front of me as a hundred business people sip on wine and lean in to hear what the…
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CareerLifeRelationships
March 11, 2016

Why Boundaries Don’t Have to Suck

I hate setting boundaries. Last year, during my “year of yes” I was queen of Tuesday night concerts, last minute music festivals across the country,…
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CareerLife
March 4, 2016

Guest Post: Career Advice From an Ex-Sex Worker

Many of you know I got to play a special role in founding a nonprofit in South Carolina focused on ending human trafficking and sexual exploitation.…
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CareerLife
February 24, 2016

How to Stay Energized When Life is Crazy

Oftentimes we run ourselves ragged not because we do too many things, but because we do too many unfruitful, energy-sucking things.
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CareerLife
February 11, 2016

Why It’s Important to Get in the Room

It’s one thing if I’m not invited to an event, it’s another if I uninvite myself by choosing to give authority to self-doubt.
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