From the age of seven, I played chess constantly and competitively. I played in school, online, at national competitions. Chess taught me patience, perseverance, critical thinking — crucial skills for tackling life’s hard problems and difficult situations.
It’s not who you know, it’s what you know. That’s right, I just switched it up. After all, you wouldn’t know anyone if you didn’t know anything. Applying your knowledge strategically is the major key to success in networking.
When you think about making a million dollars, does it seem like a far-fetched goal? Is it something you want to accomplish but just can’t picture happening? This was the case for my friend Ryan Moran — until his 26th birthday, when he made his first million dollars.
These Google Cardboard designs created for Star Wars: The Force Awakens feature BB-8, First Order Stormtrooper, Kylo Ren, and R2-D2. Limit 1 free Cardboard (including shipping) per person, while supplies last.¹
Understanding employee work expectations go far beyond those monthly staff meetings catered by Qdoba, participating in passive break room conversations and the countless back and forth emails that solve nothing.
When two out of three Internet users across the world is active on social media, you don’t need much of an introduction to how all pervasive this medium has become in the last decade. The average American spends 2.7 hours every day on social media. Need I go on?