New Year’s Resolution 3: Stop Worrying

We all have things, people, or “what ifs” that cause us worry in life.  These “things” could be the fear of failing a class; disappointing our parents, friends, or family members; or simply finishing last at a race against rival competitors.  Whatever these “things” may be, they are positive pressures
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New Year’s Resolution 2: Develop an Exercise Routine

Many of us have a tendency to throw gym memberships on our New Year’s Resolutions List that usually cause us to lose more money than weight.  While I do intend to spend a little more time at the gym than in 2013, my motivation is not sourced through the need
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New Year’s Resolution 1: Journal Once A Day

Journaling once a day was one of the bullets on my “2013 New Year’s Resolution List” that I ultimately failed to keep up.  While I did write on and off throughout the past twelve months, my entries were sporadic and lacked any consistency in regards to focus.  As I flipped
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New Year’s Resolutions

Ah New Year’s Resolutions…the ultimate list of changes that convince one to believe that “this is going to be my year.”  While some sign up for gym memberships and others pledge to be a different person, I’m taking a slightly different approach towards the changes I want to see in
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Sleep & Success: The Nonexistent Parallel

Last Saturday, I attended a conference that centered around entrepreneurship with a specific focus on startups.  Though the twelve hour session was grueling to say the least, there was one particular topic that seemed to resonate with me: sleep.  To keep things simple, the speaker made the argument that our
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A Personal Post About Being Bold

Who knew a book about business could give you the personal wake-up call you’ve desperately needed for the past month? I started reading The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs by Carmine Gallo for one of my classes, assuming I wouldn’t get much out of the book. After laboriously reading twenty
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Owning Your College Experience

Throughout this past summer, I began to develop the idea that the college I currently attended was no longer the right fit for me.  After many restless nights filled with insomnia and worry, I decided to talk to my parents about the conclusion I had recently come to. With the summer
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Freshman Year

Whether you attend a college thirty minutes away from home or one that is half way across the country, adjusting to your first year on campus can be difficult, daunting, and overwhelming.  Though you may feel completely lost during the first month or two of school, you will make friends
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