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I had absolutely no idea what I wanted to do with my life when I graduated. Actually…that’s a lie. I had thousands of ideas of what I wanted to do, I just had no direction.
It all happened about a year ago on one sunny May day in Washington, DC.
We checked in with pros from various industries like hospitality, sports, advertising, PR, non-profits, entertainment and more to hear their best tips on how to get ahead and achieve career success.
Interviews are hard. We get it, and so do these cats.
You got the OK for the intro! Of course you did because you’re awesome. Now you’ve just got one final, but key, step to go. The best way to make sure that your message is communicated clearly is to write the intro yourself. Not only will this make sure
Congrats, you’ve made it this far! If you followed the previous steps, you should now have a strong foundation from which to move forward with. Think of it as a cake you just baked to perfection, now you just need to put the icing on it. Hungry? Good. Follow