Best Major in college to succeed in your career
I started as an engineer major and hated it. I went to the admissions office and the dean suggested that next semester I only take humanity courses. This was the best decision I ever made. I enjoyed the classes and learn so much more. For practical purposes and to graduate on time, I ended up majoring in Math & Economics. My majored really helped me in business school, while at Carnegie Mellon. But I made an effort to take a variety of courses. I also took a lot of communicat
What does it take to be productive? It's very simple.
It’s very simple to be more productive and get more done. And if you this you can reach any goal in your life. You will not only be productive but you will be more successful. But the real question is...will you do it? Will you actually do what it takes to manage your time better and be productive? The simple answer: Write your goals down every week. And work towards achieving them every day. Use a piece of paper or setup a reminder on your phone. Look at that list every morn
November Newsletter: Networking!
View as PDF My career has been built on a foundation of trusting relationships that I have developed over the years. Relationships take time to acquire. Trust is earned through our actions. And networking gives you the opportunity to meet people outside your circle to get fresh ideas and find new opportunities! When you interact with others, being honest and upfront will serve you well. More importantly, if you network smart, you will spend more time with people that will hel