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6 Common Mistakes Recent Graduates Make

One of the most common mistakes recent grads make is accepting an offer without question or negotiation. Hiring managers and recruiters have shared some of the most cringe-worthy mistakes that young professionals make and also offered their advice on how to avoid them. 1. Failure to Negotiate Do your research and have a salary in mind. "Being honest about your salary requirements early on can...
Zana Zidansek, MBA-Exchange.com Admin | April 27, 2016 0   
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How to Network Without Being Annoying

Landing a job often comes down to networking. When creating professional relationships, there is a fine line between being persistent and being flat-out annoying. Industry pros advise on making killer connections with these 10 biggest dos and don'ts: 1. DO Join Professional Organizations 2. DON'T Be Selfish 3. DO Make the Most of the Panel Discussions 4. DON'T Send Generic Linkedin Invit...
Zana Zidansek, MBA-Exchange.com Admin | April 27, 2016 0   
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2016 Update: What Happens in One Internet Minute?

Big Data is inevitable. In one year we have created more data than ever before. The struggle to keep up with the services is intense and competition for the users is fierce. "Whether you realize it or not, as consumers, Big Data surrounds us everywhere, ultimately influencing decisions that we make every day." This is what actually happens in 60 seconds on the internet:
Zana Zidansek, MBA-Exchange.com Admin | April 18, 2016 0   
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The Impact of Including Athletics in Your Resume

The art of curating the perfect resume isn’t an easy task; creating the ideal balance of likeability and hireability is difficult, especially when you might not have extensive work experience or groundbreaking accomplishments. Three professionals share their opinion in the interview with Grace Cordsen: When considering a prospective candidate, would seeing leadership positions or high-level...
Zana Zidansek, MBA-Exchange.com Admin | April 27, 2016 0   
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Contagious: Why things catch on?

Jonah Berger's book "Contagious: Why things catch on?" addresses some interesting questions, such as why are some products and ideas talked about more than others? Why do some articles make the most emailed list? Why do some YouTube videos go viral? Word-of-mouth. The best thing about it is that it is available to everyone, you just have to get people to talk.The challenge, though, is how to do t...
Zana Zidansek, MBA-Exchange.com Admin | April 12, 2016 0   
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Too Late To Start? Quarter Life Crisis and Late Bloomers

Does success have a deadline? And if yes, what is the best age to succeed? Take a look of the static version for different periods of life: - “The Critical Period” – Do It Early or Bust? - The Data Behind The Success Age - The Middle Of Life or Mid-Life Crisis - The Quarter-Life Crisis - Late Bloomers, Not Losers
Zana Zidansek, MBA-Exchange.com Admin | April 12, 2016 1   
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Gary Vaynerchuk - 92Y Talk

Gary Vaynerchuk builds businesses. Fresh out of college he took his family wine business and grew it from a $3M to a $60M business in just five years. Now he runs VaynerMedia, one of the world's hottest digital agencies. Along the way he became a prolific angel investor and venture capitalist, investing in companies like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Uber, and Birchbox before eventually co-founding ...
Zana Zidansek, MBA-Exchange.com Admin | April 11, 2016 0   
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Emotional Intelligence & Self Awareness

Self-Awareness is the beginning of Emotional Intelligence. A lot of people are not aware of how they come across to other people. Being self-aware means being able to detect how you are coming across to other people - not just in a general sense but in real time, at the moment you are interacting with them. It involves tone-of-voice, facial expressions, body language and the words you choose. Acc...
Zana Zidansek, MBA-Exchange.com Admin | April 11, 2016 0   
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The 1 Trait All Successful People Have

Success is a relative term and the way you define it is what success will ultimately be for you. Being "successful" doesn't really have to do with waking up earlier, going to bed later, drinking more coffee, doing your work upside-down, incorporating power-saving light bulbs in your office, going for long walks in the wilderness and then coming upon a babbling brook and staring at your reflec...
Zana Zidansek, MBA-Exchange.com Admin | April 8, 2016 0   
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Why CEO pay should be 100 percent fixed

London Business School's Dan Cable and Freek Vermeulen have revealed five evidence-based insights following a research based on human behavior. Main conclusion: "we should stop paying executives for performance". If a board member were to ask: “How do you measure or manage performance, or motivate CEOs, if not through performance-related pay?” Consider this reply: “If the CEO is not intrinsic...
Zana Zidansek, MBA-Exchange.com Admin | April 8, 2016 0   
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