Lean In To Uncertainty

Lean In To Uncertainty

Sometimes, you find yourself in the right place at the right time. I was lucky enough to attend graduation at Colby College this year, my alma mater. Returning to Mayflower Hill stirred up plenty of memories, but listening to Amy Walter and Joe Biden speak forced me to pause and reflect on the last few years since I graduated. Inspired by two of my political heroes, here's what I'll remember from graduation day. >>

5 Key Takeaways From HBX 2017

5 Key Takeaways From HBX 2017

I got the chance to attend HBX for the second year, meeting my fellow alumni and taking the opportunity to ask questions and learn from our professors in person. I blogged over on the HBX blog about my top takeaways from the day—take a look! >>

How to Give Better Feedback

How to Give Better Feedback

Even if you're not a manager, working as part of a team requires you to give and receive feedback. And while it's always difficult to receive negative feedback, it's even more difficult to give it, especially when it comes to something creative. As someone who's received a lot of feedback (and given quite a few tidbits myself), here's some tips for approaching your next interaction. >>

Having a Side Hustle Means Changing Your Mindset

Having a Side Hustle Means Changing Your Mindset

"Side hustling" is something I'm interested in. After all, writing and blogging is my side hustle! I spoke to some folks who've had success managing their day jobs and their passions to learn more about how they switch between them and tips they might have. Here's what I learned>>

Hard Skills vs. Soft Skills

Hard Skills vs. Soft Skills

Hard skills are often touted as measures of success, but research shows again and again that it's soft skills that matter more. So what's the difference? >>