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About Amanda Irel Sajecki

new yorker | marketing strategist + writer | amandairel.com

How to Network at an Event When You Aren’t Actually There

 
Found a great event to attend, but don’t live close enough to actually get there? With social media becoming more increasingly normal to use for business, now your location doesn’t have to limit your networking opportunities. Many events will make it easy for people to virtually attend while still

5 Signs It’s Time for a Change

Anyone in the work force is sure to encounter various stress and frustrations throughout their day-to-day routines, but it can be tremendously difficult to figure out if your stress is just a normal part of life, or an indicator that it's time for you to find a new job or

5 Ways to Build Your Portfolio Early in Your Career

For those just starting out in a new career, building a portfolio to show experience can become quite stressful when you don't have much. Here are 5 items you can use to build your portfolio if you don't yet have a lot of work to show.

6 Tips for Staying Strong Under Stress

As easy as it is to get overwhelmed at a new job or starting the new school year, it can be just as simple to decompress and stay level-headed. These 6 tips will help you stay mentally strong the next time you start to feel anxious.

5 Ways to Convey Confidence When You’re Totally Confused

Learning how to handle awkward situations at school or work with poise and confidence is an important life skill that will help you invaluably in the future. Here are five ways to convey confidence, even when you're feeling totally confused.