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Support is a Two-Way Street

Originally published by Trade Show Executive, April 2018 Edition

Last month I talked about the importance of advocacy, and how much value support from each and every member of this industry holds toward our continued success. 602 more words


Woman’s Search for Meaning

“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” – Viktor E. Frankl

It is funny how you can feel so strongly about something and yet not know what exactly it is that you want. 274 more words

9 To 5

The Financial Diet | Book Review

I’ve been a devoted subscriber to The Financial Diet (TFD) on YouTube for some time, so I thought I would give the book a try. I’ve been listening to it on… 1,334 more words


What I Learned from my Quarter Life Crisis…You have to take Risks if you Dare to follow your Dreams

I remember it clear as day. I was 22 years old, it was my first semester at App State. I had just finished my Associates of Arts at Asheville-Buncombe Technical-Community College and transferred to start junior year on my Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies. 1,765 more words


Just another weekend in SF

This week was madness.

Funny enough, it came right after writing my last post on how I’ve been trying to live a balanced life style, because last week did not have any of that. 674 more words


5 Software Programs Every Professional Should Know

When it comes to staying organized and maximizing efficiency, there’s a couple programs that I seem to gravitate toward every single day.  Knowing how to operate technology systems is a huge plus for employers, too. 655 more words

Julia Howe

Post-Grad Applications, Interviews, and Expectations

Here is the honest truth about post-college career hunting: If you know what you are doing and feel secure, there’s a really good chance that you are lying to yourself. 635 more words

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