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Melanie Tolomeo
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Growing up as an awkward girl in the late ‘90s and early ‘00s, the turbulent pop scene helped define my life. And back when ponchos were in our closets (shudder), scrunchies were in our hair and “Now 5” was in our Walkmans, there were a few anthems by…
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Tip #2: Make your Twitter public
If you're looking for a job, or will be looking for a job in the future, log into your Twitter account and follow these steps: Trash the bad, keep the good, and unlock your account. That little lock symbol says to recruiters and hiring managers, "I have a l...
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Energy and Reflections
Energy can be a renewable resource when you love what you're doing. There were times in my life when what I was doing felt futile, where I felt angry and dead at the end of the day. Where the system was so broken that there was no way of measuring measuring...
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Consumption and Willpower
We buy planners in hopes of getting organized. We buy kettlebells and treadmills in hopes of getting fit. We buy guitar books hoping they will give us motivation to play again. But it's not the objects that make us better: it's our own willpower. Willpower ...
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"Beginnings"
This Dell commercial from Young & Rubicam and VML inspires me to be better. It makes me want to build a business using my laptop, Ikea desk, and willpower. Scrappiness is awesome.
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Mistakes
I saw this quote yesterday and it got me thinking: " I hope that in this year
to come, you make mistakes. Because if you are making
mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things,
learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing ...
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"Why the ones who have bad grades are often the ones who are most successful"
In one sentence, the author of  this blog post  from Elite Daily  claims that people who get bad grades are often the ones who are most successful because they have "life experience." And for the most part, I agree. Yes, our GPAs are not a measure of our wo...
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