Is your college life a string of days where you sit on the couch, eating cupcakes, playing video games and checking Netflix if a new episode of “Phineas and Ferb” is out? Sure you have heard the old chimes of productivity advices that go somewhat like this – maintain focus and motivation, get enough exercise, eat your greens, brush your teeth twice a day and floss and other such mundane stuff.
But it is after those initial few months of the new semester, when the pile of unfinished and long overdue assignments grow taller atop your desk and your fellow classmates start turning those boring textbook pages that you thought resembles Harry Potter’s Monster Book of Monsters, is when you begin to feel the pressure. You soon realize that the reality of being truly successful does not match the pretty pictures that are so nicely painted in productivity manuals. Continue reading –>
Charisma is this rare form of magnetic energy that draws people’s attention towards them; this is a quality that exudes strength and confidence which transforms into an arousal of loyalty and admiration from the others.
Rarely people are born with this trait of natural charisma and possess and outgoing personality that lures others towards them. But charisma is not always something people must be born with. If someone wants to build their physique they visit the gym and if they want to learn to code, they take up a course either online or offline where they teach coding languages. But what would you do if you want to build your charisma or confidence to be a successful manager?
Here we will share with you a few simple exercises that you can use to build a charismatic persona to have a lasting impact in the two most important areas where confidence is key. They are – work environments and social situations. Continue reading –>
If you are pursuing an MBA degree in USA, then an on-campus job may be the best one to grab on to while in college. But you might be wondering “how do I get an on campus job?” this is a common question especially among foreign students who have tight budgetary constraints and seek some external source of income for financial stability. With an on campus job you not only get some cash to pay for your expenses but can also save for paying your tuition fee.
Here is how you can get an on campus job while you are at college
Your resume for applying to an on campus job
This is the most important aspect when it comes to applying for on campus jobs. Regardless of what your background may be a resume is a must. Presumably if you are studying in a university then you are probably doing a Master’s course, so, simply list out your Bachelor’s degree with the GPA and the projects you have worked on. If you did do some works then list that out under work experience. The key here is to highlight your student involvement. Focusing on customer skills would be a prudent practice when it comes to on campus jobs. Make sure you list out your achievements like the awards you have won.
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