Jessica Bain scored the black history and culture fellowship at Spotify.
Your dream job: keeping flamingos in the pink.
Nely Galán, the author of Self Made, reveals a new way to turn your career -- and sense of possibility—around.
I don't regret following my passion. In fact, I still endorse my strategy. Passions help us understand who we are and what we want. They bring vitality and joy to our days. But following your passion is a deceptively slow, uncertain way to purpose.
Sadly, there are more requirements than just a love of beer.
If you are going to question whether or not your corporate job is safe, what's holding you back from following your dreams and pursuing a career you love?
Creating the best job for you is not a pipe dream or only for the lucky few. We have much more ability to create an ideal fit than most of us realize. Leaders lead lives of impact and meaning because they know whom they are and what they want to contribute.
It really is never too late to be what you might have been.
When it comes to deciding your career, don't be afraid to think big! Almost every college student has a similar amount of career experience, give or take an internship or two. That is to say, not that much.
The sticky May air was as heavy as the protest, and my clothes clung to my body. My notebook nearly fused with my hand as drops of sweat mixed with the ink on the pages.
Beyond those basic expenses, life-changing outside-the-classroom experiences, like unpaid internships, study-abroad trips