• The Young Pros Guide to a Successful First Year on the Job

    By | February 4, 2016
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    Most of us spend our entire college careers prepping for the big moment after graduation: nailing down our first job. Whether you’ve had your eye on your dream company for the past four years, or you’re scrambling against the clock to find a position, nothing is quite as rewarding as receiving that acceptance email.

    But, the stress and nervousness doesn’t stop there. I had many questions before I came in my first day (and the first few months):

    • Was I really prepared for this?
    • Would I fit in with my coworkers?
    • Would I find success?

    I recently completed my first year at my very first full-time job, and I’ve felt a multitude of emotions from nervous, to excited, to proud and everything in between throughout my time. Now that I’ve had time to reflect on and review my progress, I’ve realized I learned more in the last 365 days than four years of college combined.

    Read on for five lessons that I learned during my first year in agency life, and how you can apply each to succeed in your career.

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  • 3 Reasons Your Agency Needs a Book Club and How to Start

    By | January 28, 2016
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    Did you know that book clubs can expand beyond leisurely get togethers with friends and family? Implementing an agency book club can be a great way to help improve employee relationships, spur creative ideas and reach professional development goals.

    Outlined in this post are key benefits from having an agency book club and how you can start your very own today.

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  • Nurturing Talent Beyond the Workplace: Five Lessons Learned

    By | January 7, 2016
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    Extracurricular activities are a great way to express your creativity and unwind after a long day at work. But did you know that nurturing talent outside the workplace can help how you perform on the job as well?

    A study from San Francisco State University found that professionals that engage in creative hobbies performed 15-30% better at work.

    Photography has been a passion of mine ever since I can remember, and a few years ago, I took my hobby to a whole new level by starting a small, side photo business. Not only has this challenged me to become a better photographer, but it has challenged me to be a better agency professional as well.

    Below are key lessons I have learned over the years as a result of expanding my passion of photography and how I am able to apply them to my work at the agency.  

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