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Back in 2008, I was on the brink of graduating with an undergraduate degree in marketing, and spent a significant portion of my free time searching fo...

“I’d rather listen and say one or two memorable points than speak any chance I get and be forgotten.” That was the first – and memorable – piece of ad...

At the beginning of the semester, a professor of mine showed our class a TED talk by Chimamanda Adichie, in which she discusses the danger of a single...

I’ve never been a big “quotes” guy. I always thought they were a little too cheesy, too cliche, or sometimes just unrealistic. The more I hear them, t...

What picking the wrong major was like:

Switching majors led me to making one of the best choices in my life. If I can help just a single person in writ...

Though it might sound simple, the most important thing to know about renters insurance is what it covers. Insurance companies have different coverage...

We are all constantly learning inside and outside of our professional lives, whether it's a lesson from a professor’s lecture or a piece of advice you...

I have heard the question “How do I get a mentor?” more times than I’d like to admit. A question that I regard to be like, if not the same as “how do...

Based on what I have read on my own generation, it is probably not just me who often frowns when reading job advertisements. Not because it is frustra...

Dreaming a dream is a unique thing, but taking it to market is another challenge entirely. Business is all about building capital, bottom line. Howeve...

I did something locally that impacted at least one person.

In my PR campaigns course last semester, I worked with the Louisiana Organ Procurement Agenc...

As college students, we have all heard it and are constantly reminded to "get involved." Whether on-campus or off-campus, we are encouraged to join a...

Members of the National Millennial Community visiting the Omaha Chamber of Commerce.

This past spring, I traveled to Omaha and Kansas City with members...

It was the summer after my freshman year of college. I was working as a camp counselor for the camp that I would spend my summers as a child. It was o...

The streets, the art, the architecture, the history, and the people. 5,000 miles away in Orlando, I started my 13-hour journey with a final destinatio...

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