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The Key To Financial Stability? Money Dates
Everyone's relationship with money is different - some are comfortable and some are not-so-comfortable. You know you went a little overboard on that last trip to Target, and might be worried about your “treat yourself” budget.
Now it's time for a reset. And with this guide, you'll know just how dating your money will transform your relationship with all of your finances
The 4 Step Guide to Taking Control of Your Career
Organization is a skill that we cultivate over time, and when it comes to your career, being organized is crucial. You may feel like you're at a loss - don't know where you should take your career or how to even get started. Or maybe you feel good about where you are, but want more. This Career Notebook will help you in any point in your career.
Choosing A Major vs. Choosing A Career
When your first two years in college are hard enough, deciding on your major is often times the icing on a not-so-tasty cake. You're stuck with a decision that - at the time - appears to be a direct correlation to your career. For some careers, this is the case. But for many others, there's no direct correlation between what you major in and what your career path turns into.
Use this worksheet to conduct the right research you need to feel confident in your decisions.
The Definitive Guide To Informational Interviews
If you're not sure where to start your career or want to make an informed career transition, informational interviews will be transformative to the process. They're opportunities for you to learn, share your experiences, and grow your network naturally.
But how do you get started? We're walking through every step in the process for the three major ways people grow their network: "Cold" reach-outs on LinkedIn, connecting through a mutual contact, and following-up from meeting in person.