The Career Bite: Be curious.

Have you ever stopped to think about how that electronic device you are looking at right now ended up in front of you? Thinking about that will make you a better business…

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The Career Bite

The number one regret of the dying  is failing to live a life true to oneself. Living the life (and having the career) you want takes courage. Courage is cultivated by taking small…

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Workplace Kindness is one of the most underestimated ways to advance your career. You have to be scrappy. You need to hustle. But hard work isn't always visible. On the other hand, kindness never goes…

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The Career Bite: Build Knowledge Capital

Are you building enough knowledge capital at work?

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An informational interview is an indispensable tool for ambitious career builders. Not only for learning about potential job opportunities, doing due diligence on firms that interest you, and advancing…

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The Bite: Explore Preferences

If you don’t know what you want, it will be hard to make confident choices. You will learn more about yourself through your coursework, internships, jobs, and…

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We hate to fail. There is no doubt about it. When something is branded “failure,” “mistake,” “screw up,” “error,” or “setback,” it tends to stick around in our memory and bring with it a cloud of…

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Confident Humility The Key to Successful Interviews

Confident humility is required to live a full and happy life. It is one of the founding principles of the Berkeley Haas School of Business. It is a…

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Upward Management might be the single most undervalued skill in the suite of abilities required for professional success. If you are a great upward manager, not only will you have a much better day to…

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You have to stop using your Elevator Pitch to introduce yourself at networking events.

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