What exactly are you looking for in a job?

“Why to women have to decide between family and career if men don’t even think about it?”
― Sheryl Sandberg, Lean In for Graduates: With New Chapters by Experts, Including Find Your First Job, Negotiate Your Salary, and Own Who You Are

“People with disabilities should not be considered unadvataged because they can high self esteem as others to fulfill their potential. People should be aware that a disability is something that some people can be born with and it is not a choice for them. Therefore, they should be treated with respect and should not be discriminated because this kind of behavior can socially isolate them from being part of the rest of their community.”
― Saaif Alam

“Work is my vacation from worry of what to do with my life”
― Janna Cachola

“Irinistic motivation can help people attain academic success and possess themselves with great depth of knowledge.”
― Saaif Alam

“When you make an embarrassing mistake, learn to let the memories be enough to let you laugh about it today.”
― Julieanne O’Connor, SPELLING IT OUT FOR YOUR CAREER

“When you get clear on your own boundaries, you will find it easy to decide what you’re willing to accept in your career.”
― Julieanne O’Connor, SPELLING IT OUT FOR YOUR CAREER

“Do what you love, and the money will come. And if it doesn’t, you won’t care, because you’ll be happy.”
― Danielle Krysa, Your Inner Critic Is a Big Jerk: And Other Truths About Being Creative

“What exactly are you looking for in a job? Like, what’s your best-case scenario for a new career?”
“I haven’t really thought that far. The best-case scenario is just that I look back on this entire era of my life and laugh and say, ‘What a weird time that was. I can’t believe I did that.”
― Drew Nellins Smith, Arcade

“Sometimes life is unpredictable, as are people.”
― Julieanne O’Connor, SPELLING IT OUT FOR YOUR CAREER

“Often it takes more guts than skill to open doors. Once the doors get opened, then it’s up to you.”
― Julieanne O’Connor, SPELLING IT OUT FOR YOUR CAREER
“Other people’s criticisms about what you are capable of, have nothing to do with you.”
― Julieanne O’Conner