I'm learning one of the hardest lessons of my life right now: things don't always go your way. This is the story of what brought this on. And how I'm coping.
How do you chase your dreams when you've got this invisible illness constantly draining all your energy and telling you that you're not good enough? There's not a one-size-fits-all answer. But for me, there are a few things that I can turn to when things get tough.
Living your best life is hard. Here are the top 10 rules that I try to follow. What are yours?
It sounded like my dream job. So, why did I turn it down?
I'm officially a college graduate. That means I must have all the answers and know exactly what I want to do with my life, right? As it turns out, not so much.
Crisises are an unavoidable part of life, both personal and professional. If you can become a crisis management master, everyone from your friends to your boss will be impressed.
As I approach my graduation in about a month, I've been feeling a bit reflective. Here are the 10 things that I can definitively say I've hated about college.
A lot of people will be moving this summer, including me. Since starting college, I've lived in three different places, with varying rates of success, so I consider myself a bit of an expert on the topic. One piece of advice? The "perfect" apartment doesn't exist. But with these tips, you can get pretty close.
I think mindfulness is something that gets lost for most of us. We're so busy going to meetings, side-hustling, and trying to do all the million and one things that society says we have to do in order to be successful. In reality, though, sometimes the best thing we can do is stop, breathe, and remind ourselves that we've got this.
What do competitive advantage, personal branding, and Mark Schaefer's book "Known" have in common? Every professional needs to know what they are and how to use them to their advantage.