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Revisit Roundup: Building Your Portfolio

September 1, 2016

  First impressions matter. Whether you’re going on a date or a job interview, there’s always pressure to share the best parts of yourself. Most recently, Richmond UX hosted a talk with Jason Cranford Teague about portfolios. It gave me a chance to revisit several of my previous blog posts because a lot of the […]

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MBA: Don’t Knock It ’til You Try It

October 25, 2010

When I announced I was going to go back to school full-time for my MBA, I was waiting for the fallout. Yep, I said fallout. I don’t think my fellow bloggers would have actually said anything to me directly, but everything I had been reading in my network included comments like, “Don’t go to grad […]

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Are We On the Road to Success?

September 21, 2009

Things aren’t exactly coming up roses right now. That’s a given. People don’t have jobs, and of those who do, many are feeling stuck. The excitement that comes with chaos has become stale. In speaking to a friend, he told me of how his wife is looking to find a job, any job, even if […]

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Volunteering to Keep You Going

September 1, 2009

**The below post is featured on the Minnesota Chapter of the American Marketing Association Blog. Not everyone had the luxury of knowing at the age of 18 that you wanted to be a marketing professional and chose a business major in college. In fact, many people fall into marketing through analytics, operations, HR, and so […]

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Get Your Own Case Studies

June 3, 2009

My college roommate was a Finance major, and often times she would tell me about all the case studies she had to work on for class. Case studies are great for learning because they provide you with examples. Theories are only good if people can understand them, and a few great examples can go a […]

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