Author Archives: Kayla Buell

How to Get Noticed (In a Good Way) at Work in Your 20’s

get noticed

People who are older have to deal with ageism. Those of us fresh out of college have to deal with it too. Some people don’t think we’re capable of much. Some really underestimate our ability.

So here are some things that we can do in our twenties to prove all those haters wrong.    

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55 Biggest Career Mistakes of Your Life

biggest career mistakes

I think it’s pretty safe to say that navigating through the working world isn’t super-easy and isn’t really fun all the time.

In fact, many of make some of the biggest career mistakes possible…   

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How to Live Your Passion While Keeping a Day Job

Live Your Passion Soul on Fire

At the end of the day, most millennials constantly face an internal battle: live your passion, or sell out and work at a crappy job for money.

But I think if we change how we look at things a little bit, we’ll be a whole lot happier…   

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Epic Fail: How to Handle Mess ups at Work Like a Boss

Epic Fail

But you know what? It taught me something. It obviously taught me that I need to freaking look at my assignment schedule, but it also taught me how to handle work mess ups like a total boss.   

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How to Stand Out From the Crowd… and Get Hired!

stand out and get hired

With an improved economy, there are many other people – your competitors – looking to leave their current gigs and move onto better opportunities. So how do you stand out from the crowd?

Here are the dos and don’ts for finding a job in that can boost your odds of getting hired…   

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5 Tips for Fun and Effective Informational Interviews

informational

as I approach the end of my senior year in college, I have a personal goal of one informational interview a week. I’ve competed many already, and I can tell you:

Informational interviews are a great tool for making connections, getting advice, and prepping myself for future interviews…   

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