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10 Qualities to Emphasize Instead of Passion in a Job Interview

Passion has been sold, particularly to millennials and those in generations younger, as the hallmark of a successful career. And in a lot of ways, it’s been oversold.

Finding a sense of fulfillment — a sense of purpose, even — in what you …

By Liv McConnell - Ivy Exec
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Setting Yourself Up For Success on Linkedin

“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much.” ~Hellen Keller

Connecting with people is what helps us to do so much, and LinkedIn is one resource where we can connect new and familiar faces virtually.

Whether …

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Next Step: Self-Care

Finding energy, motivation to take your life into your own hands

Article by Clifton E. Shambry Jr., Life Design Educator for Diversity and Inclusion

Are you someone who has been contemplating life choices? Trying to make sense of things? Want …

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