Dear Younger Me, I know you think you already know this, but trust me, it’s worth repeating: every decision you make will impact your life — sometimes trivially, sometimes tremendously. No matter how much you obsess over planning the next few years of your life, you have no idea what lies ahead. Don’t worry — that’s the fun part.
When we get to an interview we have a choice to make. Do we take out our phone, scroll through social media and take office selfies? Or, do we turn off our phone and get ready to crush the interview? We live in a society where we spend hours a day on social media trying
By Jamie Rogalski, @JamieRog10 When it comes to networking and professional development, you can always get better at it. Image via Amplify For young professionals in the sport industry, making connections is key. You’ve probably heard that world of athletics is small even when it may not seem like it. Well, this is true, and making
This story originally appeared on Front Office Sports By: @drdixon20 No matter where you are, keep pushing. Good things will come. Image via identitygroup.co.uk Dear younger Deborah, You Can If You Think You Can If you think you are beaten, you are If you think you dare not, you don’t If you like to win,
The job process can be tedious, difficult, overwhelming, confusing and intimidating. However, if you know some of the facts that impact hiring decisions, you might be able to make the process a little bit easier and less confusing. You might even be able to make it more enjoyable knowing that you can make a plan
By: @Jakekelfer Giving thanks is a lifestyle and an attitude that should be practiced throughout the year The ATTITUDE of GRATITUDE. Every year, I find that people are most thankful around the holidays and it is great to see people with positive energy giving thanks and spreading the love. However, giving thanks is a lifestyle and
During my stint at a startup which happened to be located in a college town, I spent a considerable amount of time screening candidates for internships and part-time positions. As you can imagine, we had plenty of college students seek us out for openings. Most majors required students to have an internship to graduate. Over
By @MichaelEhrlich. Note: This piece originally appeared on Front Office Sports in 2016. Earlier this week I started a new job, and after 6 years at my previous company I thought it might be helpful to share some key learnings for any professional move. Changing jobs can be an exciting (yet sometimes stressful) process, but these