The Winding Journey to Interior Design

  Who knew giving advice to your mother would lead to finding your passion? Emily Flaxman didn’t always know she was destined to be an interior designer, but

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The Hardest Part of Learning and Development Work with Massella Dukuly

Fennie Wang's family immigrated to the US in the 1980s, her parents in one of the first waves of Chinese students able to study in America. Like many

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Career Change From Accounting to Data Science

Fennie Wang's family immigrated to the US in the 1980s, her parents in one of the first waves of Chinese students able to study in America. Like many

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Career Change from Ministry to Entrepreneurship with Josh Gentine, Founder of Bench Consulting

Over the last several weeks, I've spoken with dozens of individuals about their career, leadership, and communication challenges as they navigate these uncertain times, and every single person

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Career Change from Higher-Ed to Being A Pilot with Mike Schmidt

Over the last several weeks, I've spoken with dozens of individuals about their career, leadership, and communication challenges as they navigate these uncertain times, and every single person

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Why You Shouldn’t Settle for Less With Jordan Sale From 81 Cents

Three years ago I was in Chapel Hill, applying to PhD programs (none of which I got in to, btw), and contemplating a big move with my partner.

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Changing the Healthcare Landscape with Anne Steptoe

A handful of years ago, I was working at the Fuqua School of Business and got to spend a lot of my time there with budding entrepreneurs. During

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From Dating Apps to Dating Advice for Women With Dating Coach Lily Womble

Three years ago I was in Chapel Hill, applying to PhD programs (none of which I got in to, btw), and contemplating a big move with my partner.

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How to Increase Your MBA Return on Investment with Al Dea, Founder of MBASchooled

It's been almost ten years since I first embarked on my MBA journey. I'm actually in disbelief as I type these words, as I can still remember the

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