Non-Awkward Ways to Start and End Networking Conversations

Non-Awkward Ways to Start and End Networking Conversations

May 1, 2017Forbes No Comments

Published on Forbes: Mar. 6, 2012 *most-read article on Forbes.com for 24+ hours. When I first started attending networking events, I was terrified to approach large groups of strangers. I watched some of my peers dive into these situations with ease, and wondered how on earth they made it look so natural. Meanwhile, I found … Read More

What You Should Know Before Buying a Home

What You Should Know Before Buying a Home

November 3, 2016Forbes No Comments

Published on Forbes: Feb. 3, 2012 When I moved out of my parents’ house and into my freshman dorm room, I had no idea that my existing concept of “home” would change so dramatically. Throughout college and my first few years in the real world, I found a reason to move every single year. Yes, … Read More

The Internal Interview: How to Nail an Interview at Your Current Company

The Internal Interview: How to Nail an Interview at Your Current Company

November 1, 2016Forbes No Comments

Published on Forbes: Nov. 13, 2012 You’ve been thinking about making a lateral jump within your company, and you’ve had your eye out for marketing positions for months. Or, your boss knows you’ve been looking to switch into a more creative role, and she’s recommended you for an editorial position in another department. And now, you’ve found yourself with … Read More

How to Impress When You’re the Youngest One on the Team

September 2, 2015Mashable No Comments

Published on Mashable: July 31, 2014 As they say, everyone has to start somewhere. But being the most junior member on a team is never an easy position, and it can be tough to gain trust and credibility when you’re learning the ropes surrounded by more tenured colleagues. Part of overcoming this sometimes-awkward stage is … Read More

5 Things No One Says To Working Dads

December 1, 2014Scary Mommy No Comments

Published on Scary Mommy So there’s some inequity in the workplace, yes? Apparently this is a thing. As in, women still get paid less for doing the exact same work as men, and we don’t get paid when we take time off to have babies (you know, to support the human race and all). But … Read More