10Jun

171: How to Bounce Back When Life Gives You Lemons

More ways to listen: Apple Podcasts, YouTube, Spotify, GooglePlay We’ve all heard this quote and even used it in our essays countless times: “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” But what happens when real tragedy strikes? Understandably, sometimes it’s a struggle to see a silver lining when life throws curveballs at you. But I will tell you this; […]

03Jun

170: When Landing An Out-Of-State Job Shifts Your Entire Career

More ways to listen: Apple Podcasts, YouTube, Spotify, GooglePlay. Are you having trouble landing your dream job in your current zip code? Do you feel like your skills are unappreciated in your hometown? As a fresh first-generation college graduate, chances are, you’re still young and have the flexibility to just pack up and go, which gets way more complicated […]

27May

169: What I Regret About Entrepreneurship

More ways to listen: Apple Podcasts, YouTube, Spotify, GooglePlay. From the moment you start thinking about owning your own business to serving your first customer, entrepreneurship seems like a challenging yet gratifying experience. Interestingly, even the stressful moments seem to have a bit of magic, such that mistakes rarely give birth to entrepreneurial regret. Thus, it seems crazy to […]

20May

168: Why Businesses Fail

More ways to listen: Apple Podcasts, YouTube, Spotify, GooglePlay. Most neighborhoods have that one store that changes into a new business every six months. It was once a barbershop, then it was a pizza joint, then soon after it became a grocery store. These small businesses were launched and shut down almost before anyone took notice of them. And it […]

29Apr

165: Why Does Networking Matter?

In college, we all have one primary goal–get that degree. Yet, the importance of forming meaningful connections often goes unnoticed. And it’s not because you skipped a couple of lectures, it’s just that networking doesn’t fit into the organic-chemistry syllabus or world history discussions. Experts agree that the most connected people are often the most […]