Archive for December, 2011
I can’t believe this is the last post of 2011! This year has flown by, and December has been a blur. I’ve starting reflecting on the past year, and contemplating my goals for 2012. A few of my education and career highlights from 2011 include: – Completing 20 hours for my MBA degree, with a [...]
I finished my 3rd semester at UTD in early December, and grades are posted. I ended up with an A in Global Business, an A in Management of Information Systems, and a B in Statistics. The B in stats pulled my GPA down to a 3.817, which is slightly below my final GPA in undergrad, [...]
I’m excited that another article from The Daily Muse was published on Forbes today. The Daily Muse is a Forbes contributor, and my article is featured under the ForbesWoman Leadership section. You can view the article here. The Daily Muse is a great site for professional women, and I highly recommend browsing through the articles!
Black pants: JC Penney Ruffle Tank: Old Navy Cardigan/Bracelet: Target Necklace/Earrings: NY & Co. Belt/Boots: Charlotte Russe Like the outfit? Click here for more details! Do you want to competent or fashionable? I feel caught in this false dichotomy sometimes, and I think it’s possible to be both competent and fashionable. I wore several [...]
A classmate of mine directed me toward the Dr. Pepper “Ten” campaign, and it’s definitely an interesting review! The campaign is centered around promoting the drink to men, while the men do “manly” things like watch action movies and go on safaris. The pros: The “Ten” campaign is an attention-getter, and it stirs up some [...]
I’m excited to be guest posting at Classy Career Girl on How to Integrate Twitter into Your Professional Toolkit. Anna is a professional who writes about topics for professional women. You might remember her guest post here on the blog a few weeks ago. Thanks for the opportunity, Anna!
This is the final post in my series about lessons from the stage. I’ve talked about the director and the ensemble, and now I’ve got to talk about what goes on behind the scenes! We’ve been rehearsing for weeks to create the perfect show, but let’s be honest, nothing’s ever perfect, right? Late nights [...]
I’m on my way to Florida for Christmas, so check out my latest post on The Daily Muse, “The 5 Love Languages: Business Edition”. I’ve written several articles for The Daily Muse, and you can check them out here. The Daily Muse is a site that offer career advice to professional women, with tips on style, [...]
This is the second post in a 3-part series on business lessons from my recent stint on-stage. Yesterday, I talked about the importance of the director, and today’s post discusses aspects of working in an ensemble. This show had a cast and chorus of about 100 people, so there were a lot of moving [...]