Monthly Archives: November 2014

Manage Your Life

We’ve talked about almost every aspect of work on this blog — how to network, how to get along with coworkers, how to get through the hard days on the job, and how to be top-tier professionals. And all of … Continue reading

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Graduation? What.

As graduation quickly approaches it becomes increasingly surreal that I will soon enter the real world and be faced with actual responsibilities. And to be honest – it’s terrifying. There is an excessive amount of articles on the Internet that … Continue reading

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Hell yes!

I recently stumbled upon this inspirational blog post from entrepreneur Derek Sivers. His main point can be summed up by this excerpt: “When deciding whether to commit to something, if I feel anything less than, “Wow! That would be amazing! … Continue reading

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To make a small connection

Having learned more about personalities I have come to realize how important it is to learn about your self and those around you. To understand how others tick is crucial. What  an interesting world we live in that each person … Continue reading

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School then and now

As I reflect over my time with the Portland Senior Experience I have noticed some similarities and differences between school and school at a distance, aside from the obvious comparisons. Class then: When we took class in Eugene our main … Continue reading

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Social media, as Permanent as a Tattoo

As students, we are told many times over how important it is that we are aware of our online presence. Over the years, I, along with many other college students, have fallen victim to posting at least one slightly inappropriate … Continue reading

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Work boundaries (and when to bend them)

One of my projects for the last week and a half has involved speaking to corporate executives around the world about a service or product they offer, and using this to explain to our readers the hows and whys behind … Continue reading

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