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"What do you see yourself doing 10 years from now?"
This interview question can come in many flavors: What do you want to do with your life? What are your goals? What is your dream job? What do you want to do with your college degree?
However your interviewer phrases the question, the goal is similar...
WHAT THE H2!?
This is journal entry #20 10:30 AM 8/10/2050: The riots are still raging in the streets and gas prices are $200 a gallon. It has been 15 days since we have been told that there is no more fossil fuels. Our civilization is at the tipping point; like I said there is violent riots...
The Times Magazine’s interactive feature “High-School Seniors Predict Their Future” includes photographs of the 18 students who were interviewed, all from Patrick Henry High School in San Diego, along with audio clips of them talking about their goals. One student, Nathan Rebelo, age 17, said this:
Where do you see yourself with your career in 5 years?
9:00 A.M. – 10:30 A.M.
Tuesday & Thursday
CIS100-M05: Fundamentals of Computer Technology
Prof. Konstadinos Alevriadis
When I was 22 years old, I spent time going out with my friends, talking to my girlfriend all the time, spending time smoking-up, and generally being an a$$.
10 years later I discovered a secret that helped me achieve and learn more in 1 year than I had in all the previous 10 years.
Here's the secret...
How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?
2 Which is worse, failing or never trying?
3 If life is so short, why do we do so many things we don’t like and like so many things we don’t do?
4 When it’s all said and done, will you have said more than you’ve done?
5 What is the one thing...
College is very different from high school. You will have too much freedom or have a job and not too much time to study and no one will push you. Some college students are far away from their homes, so they will live by themselves, and as I know when you are in college, you might have a party every single...
used to be, compared to how they are now; and the possibilities that could come in the future with “distant learning”.
This paper explores the ideas of John Henry Newman, and his theory of what the University life should be like and how it differs from today. Newman was a poet and priest....
THE SEVEN YEARS:
ACTIVATING YOUR BUSINESS IDEAS
Ayanda Impact Olalekan
Ayanda Olalekan, also called Impact maker is the founder of Impact Makers Intl. A
company focused on bringing out the best in everyone and most especially, the African
youth, believing that we all can make the world a better place...
HOW YOU CAN PROFIT
An Introductory Handbook
Disclaimer: This handbook is intended for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal,
technical, business or other advice and should not be relied on as such. Please consult a lawyer or other
How to Answer 10 Tough Interview Questions
There's no worse feeling than when you're in an interview and the interviewer asks you a question to which you don't know the answer. The best way to handle this dreaded debacle is to go into the interview prepared. Familiarize yourself with a few common...
This exploration of the transition to university and the experiences of a first year student used a qualitative research process including a repertory grid and a semi-structured interview. Polly was asked questions on her feelings towards the experiences she has encountered moving to university...
THE MENTAL SIDE OF ATHLETIC INJURIES “A Coach’s and Athlete’s guide to psychologically rebounding from injury”
You've been involved in your sport longer than you can remember. As you've grown, so have your strength, endurance and technique. You've busted your butt to become as good in your sport as...
The Chronicle Review
October 3, 2010
What Are You Going to Do With That?
Katherine Streeter for The Chronicle Review
By William Deresiewicz
The essay below is adapted from a talk delivered to a freshman class at Stanford University in May.
The question my title poses, of course, is the one...
I went to the counter to order my coffee and ordered what I get everyday ;a large cup of black coffee. As I walked across the shop to the sugar counter, I heard a familiar voice behind me, as I turned around it was Sam from my Boys Home 10 years ago talking on his phone.
I looked at him very closely...
The Power of Now
A Guide to SPIRITUAL ENLIGHTENMENT By Eckhart Tolle
Foreword ........................................................................................................................... 4 Acknowledgments ...................................................................
10 Minute Guide to Project Management
Lesson 1. So You're Going to Manage a Project?
The Elements of a Project
Possible Project Players
Lesson 2. What Makes a Good Project Manager?
A Doer, not a Bystander
Many Hats All the...
prepared is half the battle.
If you are one of those executive types unhappy at your present post and embarking on a New Year's resolution to find a new one, here's a helping hand. The job interview is considered to be the most critical aspect of every expedition that brings you face-to- face with the future...
Have you ever received this awful interview question before? They try to catch you out. What you really want to say is “I want to be retired, universally loved, with free food and benefits and 10000 miles away from this stupid building”. But this won’t do, so you consider saying “I want to be a successful...
How To Profit From Five Emerging Online Trends In 2009
What say we kick off 2009 on a positive, hopeful note?!
Thing is, right now, we're being so heavily bombarded by facts and figures pointing out how bleak this year is expected to be, that we're overlooking the GOOD things that are projected...
How Will You
Measure Your Life?
Don’t reserve your best business thinking for your career.
C L AY TO N M . C H R I STE N S E N
EDITOR’S NOTE: When the members of the class of 2010
entered business school, the economy was strong and
their post-graduation ambitions could be limitless...
10 Things Your Mother Taught You That Will Help Your Business Grow
Mother’s Day has arrived, and for me, it's bittersweet. It's my first since having lost my mother earlier this year. In her honor and to celebrate all the wonderful mothers out there, I’d like to revisit some of the great advice received...
The Experience you can achieve: Is Taking a Gap Year Really Working on Helping Students Finding What They Want to Do?
In your years of high school you are looking and focusing on what you want to be when you “grow up”. That could be a struggle, if you do not know what to do with your life. Students...
In this first section, you will introduce yourself to what is happening in the world of HR and in the UK in particular. You will, for example, look at the thoughts of Peter Cheese – the Chief Executive of the CIPD – on the future of HR.
Later you will start to build your understanding...
You Never Know How Much You Love Someone Until You Lose Them!
As a kid, I always felt like my mother favored my sister more than I. I’m the oldest of three while my sister “Felicia” also known as “Fee” is the middle child, who always seem to have things go her way. My sister and I are exactly one and...
What is contentment? – I think that contentment is when you’re happy and satisfies with what you got and not jealous of other people and their material things, also not comparing yourself to other people, and changing just to be like them to make you feel better. I consider myself to be very content...
Steal Like an Artist
10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative
WORKMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY • NEW YORK
For Boom—whenever Boom gets here
1. Steal Like an Artist.
2. Don’t Wait Until You Know Who You Are to Get Started.
3. Write the Book You Want to Read.
4. Use Your Hands...
What is dream?
Why do we dream ?
What is your dream? Will you achieve your dream in your lifetime? I'm certain that you desire to. I'm sure you hope you will.
But will you actually do it? What odds would you give yourself? One in five? One in a hundred? One in a million? How can you
What is the main reason for up and coming businesses so splutter than fail? That is a question that many people ask themselves once they start a business, it becomes so rigorous and hard to maintain the business and to also excel that many people give up and they fail at what they wanted to do. Well...