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Guest Post: Networking – “The Dreaded Word”

The following post was written by my friend and colleague, Suzanne Patrick, Career Services Director at St. Mary’s University school of law in San Antonio, TX. Thank you, Suzanne! Networking can sometimes be a dreaded word for a law student. However, overcoming your fear of networking and doing it properly is the only way you […]

Looking For A Job After School? Use your Resources.

Fair warning that this week’s post is really focused on those looking for a job while they still are in the school (undergrad, law, business, etc.) bubble. The idea for this post came after realizing how many readers are from schools or trade programs, and having many get incredibly nervous about post-school job prospects. I […]

Hustle. The Only Way To Accomplish Your Goals.

I recently had the good fortune of giving a back to back talk on networking to your accomplish your goals to two different groups of exceptionally gifted your software developers.  As I presented on the importance of goal setting, planning and building charisma, feedback was positive, but the thing that stands out the most was […]

Where Do You Go To Meet People? Part 3: Find A Mentor

Last week I posted part 2 in a 3 part series about where you go to put your networking skills to practice. The idea of the series of posts was inspired by my paralegal/legal assistant, who I asked, “what would you want to know about networking?” Her response was, “Where do you find people to network with?” I like […]